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[Nigeria] NNL Match Day Two Saturday Results: 3SC, Niger Tornadoes Lead NPFL Promotion Ticket Race

Shooting Stars, Niger Tornadoes continue their impressive run.

Shooting Stars sports club of Ibadan increase their chances of returning back to the Nigeria Professional Football League with a 3-2 away win Aba.

The Oluyole Warriors went into the half time break with a 2-1 lead but Abia Comets levelled up on resumption of the second half before 3SC strike late to steal all three points in Aba.

Niger Tornadoes savage a point in Damaturu after Afeez Nosiru freekick cancelled Funom 19th minutes goal while ABS bounced back from a 2-1 defeat to Kada City on match day by beating Malumfashi 2-0 in Ilorin.

FC Zamfara and Aklosendi were held at home by visiting Green Beret and DMD as Kogi United pip 10 man Kada City in Lokoja.

NAF FC whitewash Road Safety in the Abuja derby which took place at the area 3 pitch, Mighty Jets pip El- Kanemi Warriors in Jos while Sokoto United vs Rarara FC ended in a 6 goals thrillers with both sharing the spoils.

In the southern conference Ekiti United bounced back from a 1-0 defeat to Osun United  as they pip Giants Brillas 1-0 in Ado Ekiti while newly promoted side Apex Krane beat Ibom FC 1-0 in Agbor.

J.Atete FC, Calabar Rovers, Joy cometh all pick maximum points at home to open group B2 promotion ticket race as all teams are tied on same points.

NNL match day two Results

Yobe Desert Stars 1-1 Niger Tornadoes

Calabar Rovers 2-0 Crown FC

J.Atete FC 1-0 Vandrezzer

Kogi United 1-0 Kada City.

Abia Comets 2-3 Shooting Stars Sport Club ( 3SC)

Joy Cometh 2-0 Stationary Stores

ABS 2-0 Malumfashi

Apex Krane 1-0 Ibom Youth.

Ekiti United 1-0 Giants Brillars

Mighty Jets 1-0 Elkanemi Warriors

FC Zamfara 1-1 Green Beret

NAF 3-0 Road Safety

Aklosendi 0-0 DMD

Sokoto United 3-3 Rarara

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