The Zenith Nationwide Girls’s Basketball League, which went on a break after the primary spherical hostilities, resumes this weekend in 4 centres nationwide, the organisers have introduced.
Based on an official announcement on the weekend, after a technical committee assembly and arrival of groups on September 6, the bounce ball on the 4 centres will maintain on September 7.
The centres are South West (Ibadan), South East (Akure), North West (Zaria) and North Central (Abuja).
In Ibadan, the Indoor Sports activities Corridor of the Liberty Stadium will host First Financial institution, Dolphins, Oluyole Babes, Ogun Babes and Ekiti Angels, whereas Akure is the house of the South East centre with Delta Drive, IGP Queens, MFM Queens, Coal Metropolis Queens, First Deepwater and Sunshine Angels.
Zaria is the bottom of the North West centre, which hosts Taraba Hurricanes, Kebbi Angels, Adamawa Angels, Zamfara Babes, Exousia Angels, GT 2000 Queens, Nigeria Military Amazons and AHIP, simply because the North Central base (Abuja) is the house for Nigeria Customs, Benue Princess, Plateau Rocks, Nasarawa Amazons, Blackgold Queens, Air Warriors Babes, FCT Wings and Kanem Queens of Borno.
These groups featured within the first spherical hostilities shortly earlier than the Afrobasket competitors, which D’Tigress gained in Senegal.
Based on a launch signed by the Secretary-Common of the Nigeria Basketball Federation, Afolabi-Oluwayemi Olabisi, the second part will finish on September 12 with groups anticipated to depart the venues on September 13.
Defending Champions, First Financial institution, Dolphins, MFM and Nigeria Customs are among the groups with an excellent run within the first part.
The Group Managing Director of Zenith Financial institution, Ebenezer Onyeagwu, charged the gamers to double their efforts to make the minimize for the ladies’s nationwide staff, D’Tigress.
“We count on a eager contest and it’s important for the gamers to place up their greatest to allow them to interrupt into the nationwide staff, D’Tigress,” Onyeagwu stated.