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Braveheart Teqball Club has emerged champions of the mixed doubles event in the first phase of the ongoing Nigeria Challenger Teqball Series in Abuja.

Teqball: Braveheart wins Nigeria challenger series mixed doubles

Braveheart Teqball Club has emerged champions of the mixed doubles event in the first phase of the ongoing Nigeria Challenger Teqball Series in Abuja.

At the final played inside the Turf Arena, Central Business District of Abuja, the duo of Nwachukwu Emeka and Obi Ijeoma defeated Sylvester Gloria and Osayande Edokpolor, of N-Youth Cub 2-1 to pick the gold medal in style. 

While Imo State Team made up of Adindu Chukwuemeka and  Otuh Favour, picked them bronze.

In the Men’s doubles final, Oyemade Ademoye and Yahaya Akorede defeated Ikoko Ochuko and Chukwuebuka 2-1 to be crowned champions in a highly entertaining game.

Salihu Funsho and Ogunlana Joseph cruise past Nwachukwu Emeka and Nwa-Emmanuel Chiemerie 2-1 for the bronze medal. 

In the men singles category, Oyemade Ademoye overpowered Emmanuel Justice in two straight-set 2-0 to be crowned champion, while Ikoko Ochuko edged Salihu Abdulrasheed 2-0 to end his campaign with a bronze medal.

The second phase actions of the Teqball series would continue on Sunday at Nigerian Turkish international School in Abuja where champions will emerge.

 

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