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Wikki maintain group A lead, Prime sets group B pace

In another National League duel, Prime FC piped Gateway of Abeokuta 1-0 to climb to the top position of group B with 10 points after…

In another National League duel, Prime FC piped Gateway of Abeokuta 1-0 to climb to the top position of group B with 10 points after Gabros FC of Nnewi and Shooting Stars lost their matches. They were on nine and seven points before the weekend fixtures.
Also in Kaduna, a bizarre second half goal conceded by Kogi United FC earned the Lokoja side their second consecutive loss against DSS FC in Kaduna on Saturday.
Ismail Usman gave DSS the lead in just Two minutes into the game as he capitalized on a goal mouth scramble.
Home boy, Jemilu Coker headed in Afolabi Abiodun’s corner in the 31st minutes to end the half time in a draw.
The second half was not palatable for Kogi United as they were denied the chance to play with a questionable officiating.
The pressure continues to mount on the Wada Boys and that paid off for DSS to score the eventual winning goal in the 70th minutes through substitute Usule Martins.
All efforts to level the score for the Fatai Osho led side proved abortive as most of their moves were punctured by the game officials.

Wikki maintain group A lead, Prime sets group B pace

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