By Tobi Samuel

ABS FC fended off a strong challenge from Remo Stars to clinch the remaining quarter-final ticket from Group C of the NPFL U-15 Promises tournament in Osogbo, edging the Sagamu side 1-0.

Shooting Stars were already into the quarter-finals before their last group match against Sunshine Stars but the junior Oluyole Warriors pipped their Akure rivals 1-0 to round off the stage as leaders.

ABS and Remo Stars came into the game on the final day as pitching for the second qualification ticket after Shooting Stars qualified for the next round on Thursday. The Saraki Boys needed just a point to progress while Remo Stars must win to progress.

Read more: NPFL U-15 Promises: ABS edge Remo Stars to join Shooting in quarter-finals  

By Fisayo Dairo

Rivers United booked a place in the quarterfinals of the NPFL Under-15 Promises tournament after an emphatic 3-0 drubbing of Enyimba at the Owerri centre on Thursday.

United were without their four-goal hero Kenneth Clinton but winger Nathan Collins rose for the team, grabbing an impressive hattrick to lead his team en route to success. After a cagey start to the game, Collins scored twice in three minutes to take his team out of sight of the Baby Elephants from Aba.

Read more: NPFL U-15 Promises: Rivers Utd thump Enyimba to reach quarters  

By Tobi Samuel

On Day 4 of the NPFL U-15 Promises tournament, Shooting Stars retained their lead on the log despite a draw with MFM but it was Remo Stars that made a big mark winning their very first game of the tournament. The winning has positioned the Sagamu side to fight for the remaining quarter-finals spot with second placed ABS FC in a winner takes all fixture. Remo are now on four points while ABS are ahead on six points and victory for either sides would guarantee the winner progression to the last eight of the tournament.

Remo Stars struggled in their previous two fixtures, losing to group leaders, Shooting Stars and drawing 1-1 with MFM. But against the junior Akure Gunners, Dayo Awotoye struck a brilliant brace to help Remo Stars banish the voodoo of not winning at the Osogbo City Stadium.

Read more: NPFL U-15 Promises: Shooting Stars book quarter-final spot, Remo, ABS fight for place  

By Tobi Samuel

Shooting Stars have returned to the top of Group C table in the ongoing NPFL Under-15 Promises tournament, after the Oluyole Warriors defeated ABS FC 2-0 at the Osogbo City Stadium on Wednesday.

MFM FC secured their first victory in the tournament after an emphatic 3-0 win over the whipping boys of the group Sunshine Stars in the first fixture of Matchday 3. Two matches produced five goals and exciting performances from the boys featuring for their clubs.

Read more: NPFL U-15 Promises: Shooting Stars go top in Group C, as MFM secure first win  

By Fisayo Dairo

Kenneth Clinton scored a brace for a second successive day as Rivers United moved top of Group A at the Owerri centre of the NPFL U15 Promises tournament on Wednesday.

Clinton whose brace propelled United to a 3-0 victory over Abia Warriors on Tuesday proved pivotal once again as he netted twice in a 3-1 win over hitherto table toppers, Akwa United.

Playing in front if Rivers United's general manager Okey Kpalukwu, Clinton broke the resistance of Akwa United two minutes into the second half when he latched on to a long clearance by defender Bassey Paul to give his team the lead.

Read more: NPFL U-15 Promises: Clinton, Bussa star in Rivers Utd, FC Ifeanyiubah wins  

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U15 Group B

# Team MP PTS
1 Katsina 4 8
2 El-Kanemi 4 8
3 Gombe 4 6
4 Kano Pillars 4 2
5 Wikki 4 1

U15 Group A

# Team MP PTS
1 Rivers Utd 4 10
2 IfeanyiUbah 4 10
3 Akwa FC 4 6
4 Enyimba 4 3
5 Abia 4 0

U15 Group C

# Team MP PTS
1 Shooting 4 10
2 ABS 4 9
3 MFM 4 5
4 Remo 4 4
5 Sunshine 4 0

U15 Group D

# Team MP PTS
1 Rangers Int 4 8
2 Niger 4 8
3 Plateau 4 5
4 Nasarawa 4 3
5 Lobi Stars 4 3