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NCC Tennis League Final: Who Will Dethrone Offikwu? Team Muller Or Team Civil Defence

The six-month long NCC Tennis League is poised for a fitting climax at the Lagos Lawn Tennis Club with playoff for third and fourth places preceding the championship match.

The third place tie scheduled for Thursday and Friday December 7 and December 8 will be between team Ndoma-Egba of Abuja and Team Offikwu, last year’s winners who were dethroned by Team Civil Defence in the second semifinals.

The championship tie kicks off on Saturday December 9 and ends on Sunday December 10 with the presentation of prizes and awards.

This weekend will present a new winner for the Season 3 of the NCC Tennis League.

Organisers of the marquee competition have promised to make it rewarding and fun for spectators with refreshments and raffle draws for state of the art phones.

“Matches are going to start at 10 am each day -Thursday to Saturday – at the Lagos Lawn Tennis club and matches would usually last through the evening with four matches following each other on the centre court. We therefore expect tennis followers to consider it a picnic where they get refreshments and possibly walk away with a smart phone,” Godwin Kienka of the ITA which coordinates the event said.

Meanwhile top players for the third place match are already in Lagos.

Sylvester Emmanuel, Henry Atseye and Sarah Adegoke of Team Offikwu are expected to make up for their botched title defense by winning the consolatory third spot which attracts a N3 million prize money.

They will have to contend with Team Ndoma-Egba’s Thomas Otu, who recently won the Dala Hard Court Championship, Emmanuel Paul and Aanu Aiyegbusi who all have their eyes on the bigger prize.

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