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Nigeria open camp for Rugby World Cup qualifier

The Nigeria Rugby Football Federation (NRFF) has announced a 23-man list for a two- week intensive camping exercise ahead of the pre-qualifiers for the 2019…

The Nigeria Rugby Football Federation (NRFF) has announced a 23-man list for a two- week intensive camping exercise ahead of the pre-qualifiers for the 2019 Rugby World cup.
The two weeks exercise under the supervision of a South African born coach, Fabian Juries kicked yesterday at the main bowl of the National stadium, Surulere, Lagos.
According to the list made available by the technical department of the federation, only two foreign-based players – Christian Ogar and Okafor ThankGod both plying their trades in South Africa- were invited to join their home based colleagues for the camping exercise.
The Technical Director of the federation, Fasimoye Olatunji said: “Because of the standard of our league, we have been able to build our players to a standard where we believe that if we nurture them well, they can compete favorably anywhere in the world.
“We expect that all the players that we have called to camp will resume to the national stadium by 4pm today,” Juries said.
The team which is expected to depart for Morocco on the 11th of July, will take on Mauritius on the 13th before the clash with the host country, Morocco on the 16th with all games to be played at the COC stadium.
 
Full list:
Peter Okere Ambrose, Omoragieva Monday Henry, Ladipo Azeez Olaitan, Oche Alfred Sunday
Oladele John Siminuoluwa, Okafor Sopuruchi  ThankGod, Ogar Christian Innocent, Jatto Onoru-Oyiza Jude, Afam Ifeanyi Moses, Iheme Felix Chidera, Olawale Oladipo, Ekpo Ekubi Samuel, Samaila Agwan, Obinna Festus, George Anedi, Akeju Francis Sunday, Oduola Sodiq Kofoworola, Isa Hassan, Sani Isaac Cato, Kura John Terseer, Wilson Obi Izuchukwu, Yannick Ufoma Mukoro, Ayinla Hafis Ademola.

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