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NPFL LaLiga U15 League: Kwara United And Insurance Win Big As Enyimba Lose To Heartland

The 2019 NPFL Laliga U15 tournament kick of in Four centers across the country as Kwara United won big by smashing Plateau United 9 nil.

The tournament put together by the Nigeria football federation with support from the Spanish league is design to encouraged and maintain clubs youth football structure in Nigeria.

In Abuja center, Kano Pillars beat defending Champions ABS of Ilorin whom in the opening games after being invited to take the chance of a club that opted out while Lobi Stars beat Gombe United 1 nil in Abuja center also.

Kwara United vs Plateau United at the Kaduna Township Stadium

The big win of the day took place in Kaduna as Kwara United Smash Plateau United 8-0 at the Kaduna township Stadium while Yobe Desert Stars fell 2 nil to Niger Tornadoes.

Bendel Insurance beat Abia Warriors 4-0 as Remo Stars lose to Akwa United at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu.

ABS Squad Against Kano Pillars At The FIFA Goal Project Pitch In Abuja

While in Benin Delta Force beat Sunshine Stars 4 nil as Heartland of owerri have the upper hand in the Oriental Derby as they beat Enyimba 4-1.

Some Today Results

Group A- Goal Project Pitch, Abuja

ABS FC 1-3 Kano Pillars

Lobi Stars 1-0 Gombe United

Katsina United vs Wikki- 11am

Group B Ranch Bees Stadium, Kaduna

Nasarawa United v Elkanemi Warriors

Kwara United 8-0 Plateau United

Niger Tornadoes 2-0 Yobe Stars

Kano Pillars Squad Against ABS at FIFA Goal project pitch In Abuja

Group C Nnamdi Azikiwe, Stadium

Bendel Insurance 4-0 Abia Warriors

Remo Stars 1-2 Akwa United –

Group D UNIBEN Sports Complex Stadium, Benin City

Heartland 4-1 Enyimba-

Sunshine Stars 2-3 Delta Force –

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