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Winners emerge in NAHCO Chairman’s Cup

Domestic football team comprising General Aviation Terminal (GAT) and Murtala Muhammad Airport terminal two (MMA2) stations have lifted the coveted NAHCO Chairman’s cup when it…

Domestic football team comprising General Aviation Terminal (GAT) and Murtala Muhammad Airport terminal two (MMA2) stations have lifted the coveted NAHCO Chairman’s cup when it defeated hard – fighting Main Ramp team.

Arguably the best two teams to feature in the competition this year, the two teams had won their respective groups apart from winning the semi-finals and were ready for the grand prize.

On the way to the final, Domestic FC lost 0 -1 to United, defeated Import 2 – 1 and saw off HQ/Pax 3 – 0. The team also defeated Cargo Ramp 6 – 0 during the semi-final.

Main Ramp on the other hand defeated Security 4 – 1, Cargo Ramp 3 – 2, Export/Courier 3 – 2 and dispatched United team 4 -3 during the semi-final.

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In a final watched by the Chairman of the Company, Dr. Seinde Oladapo Fadeni, who kicked off the ball at the Nigeria Air Force playing pitch, Ikeja, the two teams battled for glory with the pendulum eventually swinging in favour of Domestic.

Domestic opened the scoring with a goal from their captain, Sunday Ogundare. This propelled the team towards a memorable victory. Shortly after, playmaker Afeez Bamitefa showcased his skills and delivered a tricky cross into Main Ramp’s box, resulting in an own goal by a defender. The third goal came from a penalty, confidently converted by the competition’s top goal scorer, Victor Azum.

NAHCO Chairman’s cup is an annual inter-departmental football competition for all stations and departments in Lagos.

 

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