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6 Aug 2019
The victorious young lads of Genesis Football Academy who participated in their maiden appearance at the English International Super Cup in Manchester, United Kingdom (UK), were given a heroic welcome at the Murtala Mohammed Internation Airport on Sunday, after their arrival with the U-16 summer competition throphy.
18 Dec 2017
Chairman of the Yoruba Tennis Club, Professor Tokunbo Fabamwo has revealed that its youth championship, which was conceived by the club’s trustee, Alhaji Lateef Olufemi Okunu, has so far produced talents now competing at the international level. Fabamwo, who disclosed that efforts were being made to reinforce the competition to achieve more on its objectives,…

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