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Osun Public Service Games: Winners, Runners-up emerged in Indoor Games

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Osun Public Service Games: Winners, Runners-up emerged in Indoor Games.

Champions and runners-up have emerged in all indoor games of the ongoing 2021 Osun State Public Service Games.

The games, which held at Olufunke Kolawole Resorts Centre, Abere produced winners and runners-up in Ayo Olopon, Chess, Table Tennis, Draughts and Scrabble in both male and female categories

According to the list compiled by the Local Organizing Committee, chaired by Auditor General of Local Government, Mr. Emmanuel Kolapo, all winners and runners-up will be handsomely rewarded during the grand finale slated for the Osogbo Township Stadium next month.

Here are Winners and Runners-up in all approved Indoor Games.

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OVERALL RESULTS OF INDOOR GAMES OF 2021 OSUN STATE PUBLIC SERVICE GAMES

SCRABBLE
Men Event
1. 1st Position: Adebayo Adekunle : office of the Governor Group
2. 2nd Position: Fayemi O.T. : Min. Of Education Group
3. 3rd Position: Dr. Olawale : Ministry of Agric. Group
Women Event
1. 1st Position : Mrs Adeniran : Min. Of Education Group
2. 2nd Position: Mrs Oyedele : Min. Of Lands Group
3. 3rd Position: Mrs Olayemi Folake : Min. Of Lands Group

DRAUGHT
Men Event
1. 1st Position: Waliu Adewale : Governor office Group
2. 2nd Position: Ajomale Idowu : Min. Of Works Group
3. 3rd Position: Adegoke Adebayo : Min. Of Education Group

Women Event
1. 1st Position: Anuoluwapo Omole : Min. Of Education Group
2. 2nd Position: Jumoke Olalude : Min. Of Education Group

AYO OLOPON
Men Event
1. 1st Position: Abioye Oyeleye : Min. Of Environment Group
2. 2nd Position: Amos Ogedemgbe : Min. Of Education Group
3. 3rd Position: Jamiu Lamidi : Min. Of Home Affairs Group

Women Event
1. 1st Position: Funmilayo Moradeyo : Osun State Sports Council Group
2. 2nd Position: Kehinde Adebanjo : Osun State Polytechnic
3. 3rd Position: Funmilayo Ogundare : Min. Of Education Group

TABLE TENNIS
Men Event
1. 1st Position: Lateef Oyeniyi : Osun State Sports Council Group
2. 2nd Position: Aresa Azeez : Min. Of Information Group
3. 3rd Position: Amoo Temitope : Min. Of Health Group

Women Event
1. 1st Position: Finke Adeniyi : Min. Of Home Affairs Group
2. 2nd Position: Omolara Oyamakinde: Accountant General office Group
3. 3rd Position: kafayat Olabunmi : Min. Of Information Group

CHESS
Men Event
1. 1st Position: Adesina Busuyi : Governor office Group
2. 2nd Position: Fasipe Akinrinola : Min. Of Health Group
3. 3rd Position; Okunola K.O. : Min. Of Education Group.

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N.C.F President Mr Uyi Akpata Pays A 1 Day Working Visit to Abuja Office

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N.C.F President Mr Uyi Akpata Pays A 1 Day Working Visit to Abuja Office

As the year 2021 gradually comes to an end, the Federation is taking stock of activities conducted and also preparing for the 2022 Cricket calendar.
President of the Nigeria Cricket Federation Mr. Uyi Akpata, visited the Nigeria Cricket Federation paid the head office in Abuja on a 1-day working visit to the Secretariat office where he met with staff and also inspected the office environment.
The President made a next stop as he visited to some members of the national team undergoing treatment at the National Institute of Sports (NIS) clinic in Abuja.
Meeting with the President, the players expressed their gratitude for the timely intervention by the Federation intending to their medical needs, citing that treatment was going on according to plans.
The President’s final stop was the Cricket Oval where he conducted routine inspections of the 2 turf pitches under construction and the level of readiness.
After a tour around both facilities and interaction with the ground staff, Mr. Uyi Akpata expressed satisfaction at the job done thus far and the condition of the pitches especially the playing surface and the outfield. “I am very pleased with the conditions of the pitches here in Abuja, a lot of work has gone into this in the last 2 years and some work still needs to be done especially with the sitting areas and pavilion but overall, we are almost ready and plans are in place to make this a complete functional facility ahead of activities in 2022, he said.’’

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Changes in structures and approach on the new outlook on the workforce of the Federation continues as the President is looking to prime everyone ahead of what can be described as a very exciting and events packed 2020 cricket season in Nigeria.

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Lionel Messi Wins Ballon D’or for A Record 7th Time

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Lionel Messi Wins Ballon D’or for A Record 7th Time

Paris St-Germain and Argentina forward Lionel Messi won the ballon d’Or – awarded to the best footballer of the year – for a record seventh time.

Messi, 34, helped his country win the Copa America, his first international honour, and has scored 40 goals in 2021 – 28 for Barcelona, four for Paris st-Germain and eight for Argentina.

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Bayern Munich and Poland striker Robert Lewandowski came second, Chelsea and Italy midfielder Jorginho was third and Real Madrid’s french striker Karim Benzema finished fourth.

The ballon d’Or is voted for by 180 journalists from around the world, although there was no award in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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AFCON 2022 CAF Launches Official Match-Ball for 2021 AFCON

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AFCON 2022 CAF Launches Official Match-Ball for 2021 AFCON

Ahead of the 2021 African cup of nations, African soccer governing has launched official match ball for the competition.

The ball which was produced by umbro was made with thick white and styled with color green, named toghu.

According to the video made available by the football, body described toghu as traditional, ornate, glory, heritage, and unity.

The world bank said, “however, the reform momentum weakened in 2021, and in the absence of continued progress, key macroeconomic challenges have re-emerged as major threats to growth.

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The report further added that said despite a strong initial recovery and resurgent global oil prices, the stalled reform agenda had undermined Nigeria’s long-term growth prospects

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