No. 24/27 Wogu Street D/Line, Port-Harcourt, Nigeria

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No. 24/27, Wogu Street D/Line

Port-Harcourt, Nigeria

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No. 24/27, Wogu Street D/Line

Port-Harcourt, Nigeria

9am - 5pm

Monday to Friday

"The force of focus is the flight to the top."- David Ibiyeomie

League Two highlights and round-up: Exeter stay top

Namesake Aaron and lee Martin Equally scored to keep Exeter at the top of League Two.

Lee’s 36th-minute opener was cancelled out from the header on the hour of Olufela Olomola, only for Aaron to go home half an hour later following a cross from Nicky Law, who watched a third in time
It maintained that the Grecians’ two-point cushion over Newport, who secured a 1-0 win over Port Vale 13 minutes from time thanks.
As Alex beat fellow side Grimsby 2-0 in Blundell Park that kept County before Crewe after Tom Lowery scored for the second match, with Charlie Kirk incorporating a second.
Swindon were comfortable 3-1 winners in Leyton Orient, who’ve managed only one league victory since the beginning of the season, thanks to first-half strikes from Keshi Anderson and Jerry Yates either side of a personal goal by Joe Widdowson, whose team-mate Jordan Maguire-Drew felt their consolation.
Macclesfield made it just 1 defeat in six games in all competitions but had to settle for a 1-1 draw Crawley since Theo Vassell’s opener was completed by Bez Lubala in the 73rd minute.
Plymouth were pegged back by fighting Oldham in a 2-2 draw having recovered from Johan Branger’s opener for the visitors to take the lead through Scott Wootton along with Byron Moore, just for David Wheater to evaluate his second in three looks.
While Paudie O’Connor’s goal just two minutes from time snatched a 2-1 triumph for Bradford in the home to Northampton, jack Aitchison strike proved to be the difference as Forest Green won 1-0 in Cambridge.
A Michael Harriman purpose had the hosts, that watched Zeli Ismail sent for a second bookable offence in time , back into the match later the scoring had opened.
Danny Lloyd scored twice as Salford drew 2-2 at Morecambe, who bounced back from moving 1-0 down to score twice by Shaun Miller and Lewis Alessandra within five minutes of the half.
Cheltenham scored in the previous 10 minutes to border per thriller at home to Stevenage. The match was level at 2-2 with Gavin Reilly and Shane Long cancelling out replacement Danny Newton’s two objectives for the people until Ryan Broom and Alex Addai secured a 4-2 success.
Side Scunthorpe’s miserable run continued as a defeat at Mansfield, together with Danny Rose and Matt Preston inflicting the harm, which makes it one stage from seven games.
Walsall and colchester finished goalless.

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