Astonishing performance from Kwara under 21 female team who has won total of three games in the ongoing under 18/21 Handball championship in Rowe Park, Yaba, Lagos.
Revealing to journalists, the team captain Kosemani Elizabeth said, "Winning is what we are used to because we started since 2006 and we have emerge champions"
She told us, "We train everyday and we under ourselves better while Minat Sidiq (Goalkeeper) expressed optimism ahead of other future outing, stating "Every success comes with determination and zeal.
Unfortunately, Future Pro experienced 0-10 work-over while Kwara stood the test of time. Besides, 3 of their player's had gone to write exams and the remaining 4 can't play according to Handball roles.
Meanwhile, team Lagos led 16-13 at half-time against Fct Rising stars in the male under 21 game before outshining them (33-28) at the end of the match.
According to the skipper of the team, Dikko Ibrahim who told www.titansportsnig.com "I'm excited about the victory so far because we have be preparing since the year began"
"Winning (3) three games in this tournament is as a result of hard-work but we give glory to God as we look forward to our final match on Saturday" Ibrahim added.
On the other hand, the defeated side goalkeeper, Obinna Okwor claimed, "We fought hard though losing is painful but we hope to bounce back tomorrow against Nassarawa"
Interestingly, he is preparing for IHF championship slated for April 10th-14th in Kosovo as Nigeria, Paraguay, USA, China and others will slot it out in the World junior championship.
Obviously, Obinna Okoor and Stephen Onoja (Fct Capt.) are the future stars after defeating their Guniuea-Bissua opponents during the just concluded Rwanda championship where they came 1st position.
Meanwhile, in the under 18 male and female categories, Lagos narrowly edge (31-29) over neighboring Future Pro from Ogun state while Kogi outclass Mindscope (31-18) in their match.
Conclusively, the massive support from the fans and Handball spectators has added glamour to the exciting youth tournament.