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FIBA Lists African Champions D’Tigress For Women’s Basketball World Cup In Spain

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The International Basketball Federation (FIBA) has listed Nigeria among the sixteen teams that will feature in 2018 Women’s Basketball World Cup in Spain following their victory at the just concluded women’s Afrobasket Championship in Bamako, Mali. In a release sent to newsmen‎ by the world basketball governing body, Nigeria and …

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Nigeria Qualify For FIBA World Cup

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Nigeria’s D’Tigress  have picked one of the two tickets available for the 2018 FIBA World Cup in Spain by getting into the Afrobasket Championships final. D’Tigress will face defending champions Senegal in Afrobasket Championships final to be played in Bamako, the capital of Mali. Nigeria secured a hard fought 48-47 points victory …

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Osun Utd 3-1 Heartland: Chinedu Emmanuel’s Brace Propels Omoluabi Giants Win Over Naze Millionaires 

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Osun United Football Club on Saturday defeated visiting Heartland FC 3-1 in a Bet9ja Nigeria National League Match Day 26 fixture at the Oshogbo Township Stadium. Former COD United winger, Chinedu Emmanuel, grabbed a brace in the Omoluabi Giants emphatic win over the Naze Millionaires who are topping the Southern …

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CHAN: Odey, Ex-Eaglets Keeper Named In Home Eagles Squad For Benin Clash

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Home-based Super Eagles coach Salisu Yusuf selected Nigeria Professional Football League top scorer MFM’S Stephen Odey, FC IfeanyiUbah goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa, defenders Orji Kalu and Osas Okoro, midfielders Alhassan Ibrahim and Ifeanyi Ifeanyi, and Ifeanyi George among the 19 players for Sunday’s 2018 African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifier against Benin …

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Players Block Okorocha From Entering Government House

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Nigeria Women’s  Professional League side, Heartland Queens,  blocked   Imo State Governor  Rochas Okorocha’s convoy  from entering the Government  House in Owerri  on Monday in protest against their unpaid salaries. The placard-carrying protesters, who claimed that the state government, who owns the outfit, had not paid them for  seven months, chanted …

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