Kwara State wins boys doubles in scrabble
Kwara State has added boys doubles gold to her scrabble medal haul at the ongoing 7th National Youth Games in Asaba, Delta State.
The Kwara dou of Abdulqudus Aliu and Boluwatife Sufyan grabbed the gold because of a higher margin of cumulative points of plus 1175 from 7 wins ahead of Bayelsa pair of Edide Pereowei and August Shannon who’s cumulative points was 748 and 200 cumulative points for Delta State team. They all have 7 wins each. Clinton Imode and Joseph Avworo played for the host State.
This is the second gold medal for Kwara State in the scrabble event, the first came in the boys singles category won by Abdulqudus Aliu.
The girls’ doubles glory went to Lagos State, Plateau State got silver while Edo took bronze. Lagos won 8 out of 10 rounds of games with 359 cumulative points.
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