NSF DAY7: Team Nasarawa wins 13th medal in Asaba

NSF DAY7: Team Nasarawa wins 13th medal in Asaba

NSF DAY7: Team Nasarawa wins 13th medal in Asaba

Team Nasarawa wrapped up Day Seven of the 21st Edition of the National Sports Festival in Asaba, Delta State, with four medals.

In Weightlifting, Ruth Asuquo snatched 84kg in the Female Category to clinch Silver Medal.

Shortly after, Joy Obanla won Bronze Medal in the Female -75kg Sanshu Kung-Fu Event.

She lost her Semi-Finals fight against Isohe Idah of Edo State in a controversial manner after she was made to fight three times against the earlier announced two sessions, none of which she was defeated by her opponent.

Match officials were unable to explain the parameters used to adjudge the outcome of the fight.

Darts added another Bronze in Team Nasarawa's medal cabinet.

To achieve this feat, Team Nasarawa beat Team Bayelsa in the Game Round 300.

Salisu Abdullahi claimed Bronze Medal in the 60kg Male Greco-Roman Wrestling Event, completing the day with four medals for Team Nasarawa.

Today's feats swell Team Nasarawa's medals to thirteen, which include three Silver and ten Bronze, respectively.


After defeating Edo State 2-0(6-1;6-4) in their first game, the duo of Shehu Lawal and Sani Yau will face their Lagos State opponents in the Men's Tennis Doubles in the morning on Wednesday, at Grand Hotel, Asaba.

Later in the day, Shehu Lawal and Loveth Ogah will play in the Mixed Doubles Tennis Event against their Anambra State counterparts at the same venue.

Individual Kata, Male and Female, and Team Kata, Male and Female in karate will hold on Wednesday, 7th December, 2022.

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