Rangers Hold Tight To Top Spot 3SC Win
Posted: Jul 05, 2012
Rangers International hit their 19th goal in seven Premier League home games with a 3-0 humiliation of Niger Tornadoes on Wednesday to further hold tight to their top position on the log with title rivals, Kano Pillars sorting out ABS 2-1 in Kano to keep the pressure on the Coal City Flying Antelopes.
Efe Yarhere, Oduokpe Oghogho and Ifeanyi Edeh were on the scorers’ sheet on the night as Rangers raced to 55 points mark on the summit while Pillars are just one point behind the leaders.
Enyimba with 49 points,will host eternal rivals, Heartland, at the Enyimba International Stadium, Aba today in one of the week 33 fixtures.
Shooting Stars of Ibadan continued their amazing resurgence in the campaign jumping five steps up on the ladder and now occupying the 5th position on the table following a deserved 2-0 win over Akwa United at the Adamasingba Stadium on Wednesday.
Moses Ogaga shot the oluyole Warriors in front, 26 minutes after the start while Mutiu Adegoke doubled the lead two minutes before the break.
Shooting now have 49 points and could be on the possible line for one of the three continental slots at the close of the season.
Defending champions, Dolphins dominated for a larger duration of the game against Warri Wolves but had to patiently endure until the 82nd minute when ex-junior international, Abduljeleel Ajagun found the target to hand the Stanley Eguma outfit the maximum points.
Dolphins by virtue of the victory occupy the third spot on the log with 51 points pending the outcome of the epic clash between Enyimba and Heartland today in Aba.
Barnabas Imenger grabbed a brace as Kwara United swept Sharks 2-0 to move to the 10th position on the log while Gombe United’s 3-1 home win over Ocean Boys moved them to the 9th position, compounding the Brass LGA team’s relegation concern.
3SC 2-0 Akwa
Rangers 3-0 Tornadoes
Dolphins 1-0 Wolves
Kwara 2-0 Sharks
Gombe 3-1 Ocean
Pillars 2-1 ABS
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