Finalists have emerged in both Boys Under-12 & Girls Under-16 of 4th MRS Kids Cup slated for today, May 27th at the Campos mini Stadium,Ajele,Lagos,after the completion of semi-final matches.K&B Ace, Dopemu trounced YS Ace, Apapa 4-2 in the first semi-final to set up a final clash against Young Boys Ace,Ajah who defeated Tao United, Oke Afa 3-1 in the second semi-final of the Boys category at Ojo Oniyun playing ground,Ebute-Meta,LagosThe Girls Under-16 final will be between Mary Ace,Sabo and Alara Girls,Epe, after both teams eliminated their respective opponents in the semi-finals. Mary Ace secured their place in the final,after defeating MM Queens,Igando 5-4 on penalties after both sides their tie goalless at the end of regulation time,whileAlaro Girls managed a 2-1 win over Gbemi Queens,Ilasamaja.Speaking ahead of the final,Managing Director of MRS Oil of Nigeria Plc,Andrew Gbodume has assured participants and spectators of a good final to look forward to.“Our organisation was excited with the level of awareness the competition has created among the kids for the past four years and the company will continue to support the children for them to achieve their dreams”,he said.The eventual winners in both categories will go home with N250,000, runners-up N150,000 and the third place finishers N100,000.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Group Managing Director Eunisell, Chika Ikenga, while speaking on the club’s impressive performance, urged the Port Harcourt team to continue their ascent to the top.“Eunisell is excited about the partnership we have with one of Nigeria’s biggest clubs, and it is indeed exciting times to watch Rivers United making in-roads in the top-flight. After enduring a difficult start in the league, we urge Rivers United not to relent in their pursuit of finishing as high as possible at the end of this season.”Ikenga continued, “Their outstanding performance at the weekend is testimony to their resolve that they can achieve anything, even when the odds are stacked against them. We have utmost belief in the team and officials that they can finish this season in top place.”In 2019, Eunisell renewed their sponsorship of the NPFL club for another period, at an impressive ceremony in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram West Africa’s largest independent chemicals and production engineering solutions group, Eunisell, has thrown its weight behind Rivers United to go on and challenge for the 2019/20 Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) title following their recent impressive outings.Eunisell, the longest standing club sponsor in the NPFL, is excited that Rivers United is living up to its moniker of the ‘Pride of Rivers.’On Sunday, the club defeated Heartland 2-0 at Okigwe Stadium in Imo State with Malachi Ohawume scoring both goals.
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