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Dairy Farm Lift GTB-Lagos Principals Cup

Dairy Farm High School emerged winners of 2014 Guarantee Trust Bank (GTB)-Lagos Principals Cup competition after they defeated Oriwu Senior College 2-0 in an epic final played Saturday at Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere Lagos.

 

Pix 1: L-R Honourable Habeeb Fasinro, CEO Smooth FM; Segun Agbaje, MD GTBank Plc; Barrister Enitan Oshodi, Honourable Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Lagos State and Wale Oyedeji, Executive Director, GTBank at the finals of the GTBank Principals Cup held at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.

Pix 1: L-R Honourable Habeeb Fasinro, CEO Smooth FM; Segun Agbaje, MD GTBank Plc; Barrister Enitan Oshodi, Honourable Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Lagos State and Wale Oyedeji, Executive Director, GTBank at the finals of the GTBank Principals Cup held at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Lagos.

The final, which attracted an appreciable crowd of fans who came out to support their team to victory, did not disappoint as the double –header game – the boys category and female category finals lived up to the billing.

 

Pix 2: Honourable Commisioner for Youth and Sports, Barrister Enitan Oshodi, Lagos State and MD, Guaranty Trust Bank, Segun Agbaje presenting the cup to the captain  of Dairy Farm High school, winners of the GTBank sponsored principals Cup at the Teslim Balogun Stadium,

Pix 2: Honourable Commisioner for Youth and Sports, Barrister Enitan Oshodi, Lagos State and MD, Guaranty Trust Bank, Segun Agbaje presenting the cup to the captain of Dairy Farm High school, winners of the GTBank sponsored principals Cup at the Teslim Balogun Stadium,

An impressive Sunday Adeoye stole the show on the day as he netted the two goals for the eventual winners Dairy Farm.

In the girl’s category, Government Senior College, Agege defeated Ikotun High School 2-1 to cart away the coveted trophy, following a match in which YetundeFajobi and Sunday Elizabeth got both goals for the winning side.

The eventual winners were rewarded with N1m cheque as prize money for both the boys and girls category while runners up got N750,000 for both categories,  second runners up received N500,000  and fourth place got N250,000 respectively for their troubles.

Yetunde Fajobi , the girls Most Valuable Player (MVP) winner and Sunday Adeoye, the boys Most Valuable Player (MVP) winner will be in Brazil 2014 world cup with an all expense paid trip by the Lagos state government of Governor Babatunde  Raji Fashola (SAN).

Charismatic singer, Olamide got the entire fans at the stadium wowed and dancing with some of his great hits to the admiration of the young school children to add more colour and razzmatazz to the entire event.

Lagos State commissioner for sports, Waheed Enitan Oshodi was among some of the top dignitaries that graced the occasion.




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