Ago-iwoye Campus Top Medal 🏅 Table For AISA Games, Ibogun, Shagamu & Ayetoro Campus Occupy 2nd, 3rd & 4th Position Respectively.
The recently held AISA Games which was concluded on the 9th of August 2019, has seen Ago-iwoye who finished with 23 Gold, 22 Silver and 15 Bronze medals emerge as the overall best campus in this year games. Ibogun came second with 5 Gold, 7 Silver, and 3 Bronze medals as well as Shagamu campus occupying the 3rd position with 4 Gold medals, 3 Silver, and 5 Bronze not forgetting Ayetoro Campus who finished 4th with 1 Gold, 5 Silver, and 13 Bronze medals respectively.
This was disclosed by the Sport Directorate staffs of Olabisi Onabanjo University in charge of collating result, who have also revealed that the medals due for every winner will be available as from Friday 16th August 2019.
Meanwhile OOU VANGUARD can confidently reveal that every participant, officially registered for the games were given an appearance fee of N3000 as promised by the School Management. This positive gesture as prompted students of the institution to request for more attention to be given to sports across various campuses.
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Who loves Takewando and Judo?
Check out our female fighters in this sport at the AISA Games 2019, concluded recently.
Shitta Oluwakemi of Ago-iwoye caused an upset today at the 100m race event of the AISA Games, when she out ran the defending champion and current sport secretary of the Olabisi Onabanjo University Onasanya Ayomide to win Gold in the competition. Oluwakemi a 300L student of philosophy is now the current best female runner with her current feat ensuring that Ayomide finishes with the silver medal and Adedigba all from Ago-iwoye finishes with bronze
Furthermore, an 100 level student of Civil Engineering Onanuga Feyisayo has emerged as the winner for 100m male category. He his followed by Agbomeji Abdulkududus who went home with silver and Akinde Omogbolahan from Ibogun who finished with bronze.
The 400M race witnessed Talabi Inioluwa from the main campus win the Gold medal for men and Seid Omoloshope winning the Gold medal for women.
The keenly contested final between Ago-iwoye campus and Ibogun campus ended in a victory for the former as Captian Syvelster scored from the penalty spot to hand his team the victory.
The first half which was devoid of many clear cut chances, saw both teams sizing themselves up and playing cautiously to avoid conceding. However, the second half came alive with Ago-iwoye campus dominating play and eventually took the lead after a scramble in the 18yard box of Ibogun's team saw the opposing player tripped down and was adjudged to be a penalty by the refree which was calmly converted by the captain of the side.
Ibogun strived to get an equaliser towards the end of the game as that a had a golden chance to draw level via an beautiful shot to an empty net that was cleared of the line.
The match ended with an Ibogun defender been sent off for a second bookable offence which sparked furious reactions from the players blaming the officials for poor Officiating.
It finished at the Sport Center Stadium after full time Ago-iwoye 1 || Ibogun 0.
Ago Iwoye Team Escapes Defeat - Set Today Meet Ibogun In Final of AISA Games.
The defending champions of the football competition in AISA games, Ago-iwoye campus narrowly escaped defeat today at the hands of the Shagamu football team.
Shagmu who drew first blood via attacker popularly called "Mourinho" looked poised to win the game until Micheal Ago-iwoye campus winger drew level after a well crafted pass from Benard. Few minutes after Shagamu took the lead through Prosper their center forward after powering a towering header to the bottom corner, course of a well taken free kick of A Y. Has the game approached the dying stages, Ago-iwoye snatched a late equaliser via man of the match Micheal after been picked out with a nice through ball by the skipper of the side Syvelster. The game was decided on penalties as Ago-iwoye won 4-1 to qualify for this year's final of AISA Games football competition.
Meanwhile Ibogun defeated Ayetoro 4-3 on penalties after loosing lots of chances to win the m opening game of the competition to progress to the final. Both teams hit the wood work on different occasion, but a man of the match performance by Ibrahim, Ibogun's goalkeeper help keep his side in the tie by making outstanding saves that eventually saw his team win on penalties.
The final of this year competition will between Ago-iwoye campus and Ibogun campus, which will be played by 3pm at the sport center pitch on the 8th of August 2019.