After two days of thrilling action, the 2018 Lagos Polo International Tournament continues today (Thursday) with top-class action guaranteed as Lagos Twin waters confront Lagos A-Plus in the Open Cup of the two-phase tournament, which has sponsored GTBank as major sponsor.
Three other matches are scheduled for the day as Lagos Aragon and Lagos United tangle in first of three Silver Cup matches on the list of schedule.
Other Silver Cup matches will see Lagos NRT and Kaduna Dattaku square off while there will be all to play for between Ibadan Jericho and Lagos Avon following the two sides’ defeats in their opening matches.
Jericho were overpowered by Kano BUA 5-3 while Avon were edged 6-5 at the tail-end of their exciting duel with Lagos Alchemy.
Four matches were decided on Tuesday with Port Harcourt Strata Base edging Kano Hago 6 1/2 – 6 in a keenly contested tie while Lagos RCF, featuring Natalie Allan, the only female player on parade, made a telling contribution as she scored the last goal to help Lagos RCF to an impressive 8 – 5 1/2 win over Lagos Lamaena.
Ibadan Eleyele featuring Salisu Umar, Babao Lawal and Nurudeen Akibu were also impressive as they outplayed Lagos Anglestone 6- 3 1/2 to boost their chance of progressing in the Silver Cup.
The last match of the day was in the Open Cup where Lagos STL and Lagos Twinwaters contest.
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