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Jighere Wellington outscored 43 other players representing all the states of the Federation to become the Asaph Zadok National Scrabble Champion held from Friday 23rd to Sunday 25th August 2019. The annual event named in honour of the former Grand Patron of the NSF, was held at the VIP Lounge of the Moshood Abiola Stadium, Abuja. The tournament was graced with the presence of the Honorable Minister of Sports, Mr Sunday Dare on the opening day. The minister revealed his delight in meeting the Nigeria Scrabble players and officials. He also expressed his belief that the National Championships "deserves more media coverage and support" on his Twitter handle.

With five games remaining it was evident that this year's national champion title was between three former African Champions viz Wellington, Moses Peter (defending National Champion) and Dennis Ikekeregor.

The ongoing National Scrabbles Championship deserves more media coverage and support, as do other sports. - Sunday Dare (Hon. Minister of Sports)

Wellington took over the lead from Moses Peter at round 21 by beating him 529-286 on Table 1 but by round 23 it was Dennis who occupied the apex leading with a point after a heavy 487-299 win against Wellington. The final round (24) was going to be the decider. Going into the final round, Wellington (18-5 +1957) paired against Ikekeregor needed only to win by any margin because of his hefty +1957 spread. Ikekeregor (19-4 +1241) needed at least a draw as he had the highest points while Moses (18-5 +1066) playing against Oshevire Avwenagha on table 2 could only aim for the second position.

Wellington showed resilience to beat Ikekeregor 407-374 for the title while defending champion, Moses Peter defeated Oshevire Avwenagha 516-355 to finish in second place. Ikekeregor finished in third while former national champion Olatunde Oduwole and Igali Precious placed fourth and fifth respectively.

GM Wellington who represented Delta State was presented with a trophy, two-hundred thousand naira cash prize and the traditional Green Jacket by the President NSF, Suleiman Gora at the closing ceremony. Delta State also won the Best State Trophy with Bayelsa and Oyo, the first and second runners-up respectively.

 

 

Mr Peter Moses from Akwa-Ibom state, emerged the champion of 2018 Asaph Zadok  National Scrabble Championship held in Abuja from Friday, June 29th to Sunday 1st July 2018. Moses Peter who was third at the 2017 edition, had 7.5 points with an spread of +1247 after 24 rounds to push his closest contender Mr Ogedengbe Olawale to the second place.  Moses Peter got a cash prize of N150,000 along with a trophy and the green jacket signifying his admission into the elite group of Nigeria Scrabble Champions.

Mr Ogedengbe Olawale of Lagos state, came second with 17.5 points and a spread of +939. He won a cash prize of N100,000. Former World Champion Wellington Jighere of Delta state came third with 17 wins and a +453 spread, winning a cash prize of N50,000. Click here for full results and player by player statistics of the tournament

Prior to the tournament a workshop was held for over 100 tournament directors and adjudicators and Tournament Director Certificates were presented to qualified participants by the NSF President Alhaji Suleiman Gora

I am directed to inform you that the NSF has concluded arrangement to organize the under listed activities as scheduled below:

  1. NSF General Assembly - 25th June 2018
  2. Workshop for Tournament Directors/Adjudicators/ Coaches -
    26th and 27th June 2018.
  3.  Asaph Zadok National Scrabble Championship - 28th - 30th June 2018.

I am further directed to inform you that in accordance with article 3.1 of the Code of Governance for National Sports Federation, the General Assembly shall be made up of NSF Board and (2) two delegates i.e Chairman and secretaries from each State Scrabble Federation including the Federal Capital Territory(FCT)  or their representatives. However, Scrabble players may be allowed to attend as observers.

Please note :

Accommodation

Workshop Fee

A registration fee of N30, 000 will be paid by each participant.

Fees inclusive of Workshop Materials, Certificates, Breakfast, Lunch and Accommodation.

All participants are advised to come with their Laptops.

Certificates

Tournament Director Certificate will be presented to those who pass the test as Tournament Director/Coach/Adjudicator during the workshop.

Modalities for the 2018 Asaph Zadok National Scrabble Championship

  1.  Each State to register a maximum of six players to participate in this year’s Championship.
  2.  Defending Champion has an automatic slot
  3.  Each State to pay a participating fee of N25, 000.00 to NSF Access Bank account not later than Friday 22nd June 2017
  4.  All representatives MUST be licensed and their club affiliation fee paid
  5.  Selection of States qualifiers to have been concluded not later than Monday 18th June 2018 and names submitted to the Technical Committee not later than Wednesday 20th June 2018
  6.  Asaph Zadok National Scrabble Championship to be held from 28th – 30th June 2018 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday).
  7. Venue – Package B National Stadium Abuja.
  8. The format of play 24 games using AU Pair:  Games 1 and 2, Australian draw, Games 3 -21 Lagged Australian and Games 22 -24 of King of the Hill.
  9. Prize details:
    1. National Champion (Green jacket) – N150, 000.002.
    2. 1st Runner-up - Silver Medal - N100, 000.00
    3. 2nd Runner-up - Bronze Medal - N 50, 000.00
    4. Best State Trophy - N100, 000.00
    5. A trophy to be presented to the winner and medals to 1st-3rd positions.
    6. A trophy to be presented to the best-performing state team
    7. Accommodation to be provided for all participating states
    8. Tea break and Lunch will be provided
    9. Certificate of Participation will be given to all participating teams

Accept, please, the highest esteem of the NSF Board.

Mamman Salisu
Secretary-General.
mammansalisu74@gmail.com
08065455517

Engr Dipo Akanbi, representing Lagos state, emerged the 2017 National Scrabble Champion by winning the 2017 edition of the Asaph Zadok  National Scrabble Championship held in Abuja. He won 18 games with an spread of +743 to dethrone 2016 national champion Olatunde Oduwole who finished in fourth place.  For his effort Dipo Akanbi won a cash prize of N150,000 along with a trophy and the green jacket signifying his admission into the elite group of Nigeria National Scrabble Champions.

Dayo Tayo, also of Lagos state, came second with 16.5 points and a spread of +346. He won a cash prize of N100,000. Moses Peter of Akwa Ibom came third with 16 wins and a +1351 spread, winning a cash prize of N50,000.

Team Lagos retained the title as the best state with five out of their six players emerging in the top six.  Lagos won a trophy and a cash prize of N100,000. Delta and Akwa Ibom came second and third best respectively .   Wellington Jighere, the 2016 WESPAC world scrabble champion finished 14th on the score table with 14 wins and +1076 cumulative spread.

 

Mr Olatunde Oduwole  joined the elite group of Nigeria National Scrabble Champions with his victory at the 2016 Asaph Zadok National Scrabble Championship held from the 15th to 17th of April in Abuja.  He emerged the best among 61 other top Nigeria-based Scrabble players including current World Scrabble Champion Jighere Wellington whom he edged out on cumulative points after both players had garnered 19 wins each in 24 rounds. The World Champion had led the pack for most of the tournament until round 22, the first round of the King of the Hill when Oduwole beat him  363-455 to momentarily take the top spot. Mr Jighere took the next game (round 23) 443-418 to regain the leadership with a point which meant Oduwole had to beat him in the final round to take the title. This Oduwole did 497-399 to finish first and become the National Scrabble Champion with 19 points and a cummulative spread of +1856. Wellington with 19 wins +1180 was first runner-up while former African Champion Mr Rex Ogbakpa came third with a tally of 17-1-6 +938.

The National Scrabble Champion was later presented with the Green Jacket, a trophy and cash prize of 250,000 Naira. Cash prizes and plaques were also presented to the first and second best players and the best performing team. 62 players  including a female (Sule Success) drawn from State Scrabble Associations after qualifiers at the State level competed at the National Championship. Click here for final results of the championship.

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The Asaph Zadok National Scrabble Championship is slated for Friday 15th - Sunday 17th April 2016. Arrival is Thursday 14th April. Games commence on Friday 15th April. A total of 24 games will be played over a three day period. Friday - 9 games, Saturday - 9 games and Sunday - 6 games. Venue(tentative) - National Stadium Package B.

Participants are selected from qualifying tournaments from participating states. Each State is represented by 4 players with 2 reserve players.

The Championship will produce the National Champion  who will receive a  Gold medal (and a Green Jacket) plus  N 150, 000.00 prize money. The first runner up will take home a Silver medal  and N100, 000.00 cash prize while the second-runner-up prize is a Bronze medal and N50,000.00 cash prize. The overall  Best State will collect  a trophy and N100, 000.00.

Tournament website

 

 

1 Moses Peter
MPET
7:0 +579 491/273 (1)
55 AIBR
514/410 (2)
20∗MAMI
400/396 (2)
48∗NCHR
473/449 (2)
45∗JMPA
450/359 (1)
7 OTOK
457/340 (2)
9∗IANT
420/399 (1)
2 OAWE
(0)
3 ADIP
(0)
4∗IWIL
2 Oshevire Awenagha
OAWE
6:1 +669 412/388 (22)
51 BOKO
434/335 (11)
6∗ECHU
448/434 (9)
35∗OEUG
550/394 (4)
40∗FKAY
442/376 (2)
11 BRAS
584/253 (1)
14 IJER
399/420 (2)
1∗MPET
(0)
4 IWIL
(0)
3∗ADIP
3 Akanbi Dipo
ADIP
6:1 +375 390/383 (26)
47 AMOH
502/331 (8)
42 SZAK
483/463 (7)
53 LBAL
433/359 (5)
37∗AEDW
435/384 (4)
40∗FKAY
403/437 (4)
11∗BRAS
441/355 (3)
14 IJER
(0)
1∗MPET
(0)
2 OAWE
4 Isong Williams
IWIL
5:2 +368 475/366 (6)
27 OAJU
345/388 (19)
14 IJER
379/474 (34)
21∗OAZU
470/332 (27)
50∗LSAN
348/336 (21)
44 IAUS
439/387 (14)
45∗JMPA
576/381 (4)
30 KOLA
(0)
2∗OAWE
(0)
1 MPET
5 Ojior Osikhena
OOSI
5:2 +363 397/446 (40)
28 ADAN
418/472 (49)
22 UAND
546/408 (31)
23∗VKIN
492/368 (23)
58∗JEJI
449/429 (17)
54 FAYO
421/351 (12)
34 GRAY
420/306 (5)
26∗IFRA
(0)
6∗ECHU
(0)
7 OTOK
6 Ehibudu Chux
ECHU
5:2 +330 391/364 (21)
23∗VKIN
335/434 (36)
2 OAWE
354/433 (41)
11∗BRAS
526/289 (28)
41 AABI
400/332 (20)
55∗AIBR
483/327 (10)
22 UAND
453/433 (6)
35∗OEUG
(0)
5 OOSI
(0)
8∗OSUN
7 Olowu Tokunbo
OTOK
5:2 +281 413/340 (15)
36∗PALH
483/324 (4)
39∗OCHA
602/364 (1)
32∗EBOB
369/512 (10)
15 NETI
359/450 (14)
1∗MPET
444/405 (11)
21 OAZU
407/401 (7)
18 EKAR
(0)
8 OSUN
(0)
5∗OOSI
8 Oshodi Sunday
OSUN
5:2 +276 469/415 (17)
58∗JEJI
335/473 (38)
9 IANT
493/378 (25)
28 ADAN
427/358 (13)
48 NCHR
481/320 (9)
31∗OALL
373/470 (16)
30∗KOLA
436/324 (8)
10 CJOH
(0)
7∗OTOK
(0)
6 ECHU
9 Ikolo Anthony
IANT
5:2 +236 420/370 (18)
54 FAYO
473/335 (6)
8∗OSUN
413/364 (5)
49∗HKAR
490/355 (1)
30 KOLA
406/428 (7)
10∗CJOH
340/457 (13)
1 MPET
409/406 (9)
21∗OAZU
(0)
11∗BRAS
(0)
12 OOLA
10 Curtis John
CJOH
5:2 +226 425/350 (12)
57∗IDON
433/332 (10)
32 EBOB
501/370 (3)
39∗OCHA
398/457 (11)
14∗IJER
428/406 (8)
9 IANT
436/368 (3)
15 NETI
324/436 (10)
8∗OSUN
(0)
12 OOLA
(0)
11∗BRAS
11 Balogun Rasheed
BRAS
5:2 +145 434/420 (23)
31∗OALL
468/438 (13)
35 OEUG
433/354 (10)
6 ECHU
460/374 (6)
49∗HKAR
376/442 (11)
2∗OAWE
437/403 (5)
3 ADIP
318/350 (11)
16∗UEMM
(0)
9 IANT
(0)
10 CJOH
12 Ogedengbe Olawale
OOLA
5:2 +85 381/487 (52)
37 AEDW
473/381 (31)
33∗EPET
449/374 (23)
38 TOLA
421/500 (35)
35 OEUG
396/383 (26)
24∗GSUL
423/355 (20)
49 HKAR
375/353 (12)
27∗OAJU
(0)
10∗CJOH
(0)
9∗IANT
13 Saheed Tayo
STAY
5:2 +64 350 (31)
bye
451/437 (15)
43∗CPET
375/300 (11)
25 LGAR
371/370 (7)
19∗IBRI
450/394 (5)
20 MAMI
374/456 (7)
18∗EKAR
416/416 (13)
15∗NETI
(0)
14 IJER
(0)
16 UEMM
14 Igwe Jerry
IJER
5:2 -77 452/317 (5)
56 GZUR
388/345 (9)
4∗IWIL
442/372 (4)
37∗AEDW
457/398 (3)
10 CJOH
375/342 (3)
30 KOLA
253/584 (6)
2∗OAWE
355/441 (14)
3∗ADIP
(0)
13∗STAY
(0)
15 NETI
15 Nsikan Etim
NETI
4.5:2.5 +447 375/300 (14)
16∗UEMM
530/340 (3)
24 GSUL
483/487 (14)
30∗KOLA
512/369 (9)
7∗OTOK
498/387 (6)
18 EKAR
368/436 (8)
10∗CJOH
416/416 (15)
13 STAY
(0)
17∗IDEN
(0)
14∗IJER
16 Ude Emmanuel
UEMM
4.5:2.5 -65 300/375 (47)
15 NETI
300/300 (46)
46∗IBAM
375/300 (28)
57∗IDON
412/370 (19)
53 LBAL
407/326 (12)
49 HKAR
339/559 (23)
17∗IDEN
350/318 (16)
11 BRAS
(0)
18∗EKAR
(0)
13∗STAY
17 Ikekeregor Dennis
IDEN
4:3 +573 444/452 (35)
35∗OEUG
401/427 (47)
31 OALL
459/356 (30)
47∗AMOH
554/262 (20)
51∗BOKO
399/449 (31)
19 IBRI
559/339 (24)
16 UEMM
459/417 (17)
32∗EBOB
(0)
15 NETI
(0)
18 EKAR
18 Eta Karo
EKAR
4:3 +420 466/470 (32)
40∗FKAY
375/300 (18)
25 LGAR
570/367 (13)
43∗CPET
533/352 (8)
20 MAMI
387/498 (13)
15∗NETI
456/374 (9)
13 STAY
401/407 (18)
7∗OTOK
(0)
16 UEMM
(0)
17∗IDEN
19 Idahosa Bright
IBRI
4:3 +366 404/412 (34)
42∗SZAK
573/373 (16)
47 AMOH
424/440 (29)
31∗OALL
370/371 (40)
13 STAY
449/399 (32)
17∗IDEN
415/337 (25)
54∗FAYO
457/394 (19)
43 CPET
(0)
20 MAMI
(0)
21∗OAZU
20 Mohammed Aminu
MAMI
4:3 +352 518/313 (2)
34∗GRAY
410/514 (17)
1 MPET
498/258 (12)
45 JMPA
352/533 (22)
18∗EKAR
394/450 (34)
13∗STAY
512/379 (26)
36 PALH
395/280 (20)
44 IAUS
(0)
19∗IBRI
(0)
22 UAND
21 Ogbogu Azu
OAZU
4:3 +158 428/346 (9)
33∗EPET
363/438 (27)
37∗AEDW
474/379 (20)
4 IWIL
472/402 (12)
36 PALH
368/340 (10)
27 OAJU
405/444 (18)
7∗OTOK
406/409 (21)
9 IANT
(0)
22∗UAND
(0)
19 IBRI
22 Umogbai Andrew
UAND
4:3 +141 446/475 (39)
49 HKAR
472/418 (24)
5∗OOSI
515/333 (17)
51 BOKO
435/516 (26)
38∗TOLA
459/382 (15)
45 JMPA
327/483 (30)
6∗ECHU
490/396 (22)
36∗PALH
(0)
21 OAZU
(0)
20∗MAMI
23 Venayori Kingha
VKIN
4:3 +118 364/391 (38)
6 ECHU
431/354 (21)
51∗BOKO
408/546 (39)
5 OOSI
365/415 (42)
28∗ADAN
462/383 (38)
29 EEME
492/363 (28)
48∗NCHR
454/406 (23)
37 AEDW
(0)
24∗GSUL
(0)
25 LGAR
24 Gora Suleiman
GSUL
4:3 +78 465/385 (10)
26∗IFRA
340/530 (40)
15∗NETI
422/276 (24)
41∗AABI
383/365 (17)
39 OCHA
383/396 (24)
12 OOLA
434/364 (19)
40 FKAY
346/379 (24)
28∗ADAN
(0)
23 VKIN
(0)
27∗OAJU
25 Lawali Garba
LGAR
4:3 +65 300/300 (29)
53∗LBAL
300/375 (44)
18∗EKAR
300/375 (50)
13∗STAY
300/300 (45)
46 IBAM
375/300 (39)
57 IDON
438/365 (33)
55 AIBR
445/378 (25)
38 TOLA
(0)
26 IFRA
(0)
23∗VKIN
26 Ishekwene Frank
IFRA
4:3 +55 385/465 (48)
24 GSUL
375/300 (29)
57∗IDON
375/300 (21)
46 IBAM
407/410 (29)
27∗OAJU
446/355 (18)
37 AEDW
459/448 (15)
44∗IAUS
306/420 (26)
5 OOSI
(0)
25∗LGAR
(0)
28 ADAN
27 Okagbue Ajuluchukwu
OAJU
4:3 +21 366/475 (53)
4∗IWIL
465/366 (30)
56 GZUR
333/258 (22)
52∗HBAJ
410/407 (16)
26 IFRA
340/368 (25)
21∗OAZU
413/410 (21)
31 OALL
353/375 (27)
12 OOLA
(0)
28∗ADAN
(0)
24 GSUL
28 Achema Daniel
ADAN
4:3 -8 446/397 (19)
5∗OOSI
492/493 (22)
49∗HKAR
378/493 (37)
8∗OSUN
415/365 (34)
23 VKIN
483/411 (23)
48 NCHR
365/461 (34)
38∗TOLA
379/346 (28)
24 GSUL
(0)
27 OAJU
(0)
26∗IFRA
29 Ekwenugo Emeka
EEME
4:3 -31 398/461 (43)
39 OCHA
368/447 (51)
36∗PALH
408/401 (40)
54 FAYO
375/300 (36)
57 IDON
383/462 (41)
23∗VKIN
456/431 (37)
46∗IBAM
486/403 (29)
49 HKAR
(0)
30∗KOLA
(0)
31 OALL
30 Kabir Olaiya
KOLA
4:3 -34 481/401 (11)
44 IAUS
462/314 (5)
41 AABI
487/483 (6)
15 NETI
355/490 (14)
9∗IANT
342/375 (22)
14∗IJER
470/373 (17)
8 OSUN
381/576 (30)
4∗IWIL
(0)
29 EEME
(0)
32∗EBOB
31 Oyebola Alli
OALL
4:3 -62 420/434 (36)
11 BRAS
427/401 (25)
17∗IDEN
440/424 (26)
19 IBRI
415/363 (15)
54∗FAYO
320/481 (28)
8 OSUN
410/413 (35)
27∗OAJU
420/398 (31)
40 FKAY
(0)
32 EBOB
(0)
29∗EEME
32 Edewor Bobor
EBOB
4:3 -162 375/300 (13)
46 IBAM
332/433 (33)
10∗CJOH
364/602 (46)
7 OTOK
450/362 (38)
34∗GRAY
430/392 (29)
39 OCHA
368/350 (22)
43∗CPET
417/459 (32)
17 IDEN
(0)
31∗OALL
(0)
30 KOLA
33 Ebomah Peter
EPET
4:3 -269 346/428 (50)
21 OAZU
381/473 (53)
12 OOLA
353/523 (56)
44∗IAUS
424/392 (48)
47∗AMOH
379/344 (44)
58 JEJI
358/352 (39)
50∗LSAN
397/395 (33)
41 AABI
(0)
34 GRAY
(0)
35 OEUG
34 Gbaraba Raymond
GRAY
3:4 +170 313/518 (57)
20 MAMI
498/324 (34)
55∗AIBR
517/252 (15)
56∗GZUR
362/450 (24)
32 EBOB
454/480 (33)
36 PALH
351/421 (41)
5∗OOSI
454/334 (34)
45 JMPA
(0)
33∗EPET
(0)
37∗AEDW
35 Okim Eugene
OEUG
3:4 +77 452/444 (24)
17 IDEN
438/468 (32)
11∗BRAS
434/448 (35)
2 OAWE
500/421 (31)
12∗OOLA
515/402 (19)
38 TOLA
371/430 (27)
37∗AEDW
433/453 (35)
6 ECHU
(0)
36 PALH
(0)
33∗EPET
36 Pius Alhassan
PALH
3:4 -40 340/413 (44)
7 OTOK
447/368 (28)
29 EEME
514/289 (16)
58 JEJI
402/472 (21)
21∗OAZU
480/454 (16)
34∗GRAY
379/512 (29)
20∗MAMI
396/490 (36)
22 UAND
(0)
35∗OEUG
(0)
38 TOLA
37 Akpan Edward
AEDW
3:4 -43 487/381 (7)
12∗OOLA
438/363 (7)
21 OAZU
372/442 (19)
14 IJER
359/433 (32)
3 ADIP
355/446 (37)
26∗IFRA
430/371 (32)
35 OEUG
406/454 (37)
23∗VKIN
(0)
38∗TOLA
(0)
34 GRAY
38 Timi Olaitan
TOLA
3:4 -48 406/488 (51)
41∗AABI
513/401 (23)
44 IAUS
374/449 (36)
12∗OOLA
516/435 (33)
22 UAND
402/515 (40)
35∗OEUG
461/365 (31)
28 ADAN
378/445 (38)
25∗LGAR
(0)
37 AEDW
(0)
36∗PALH
39 Okoye Charles
OCHA
3:4 -88 461/398 (16)
29∗EEME
324/483 (39)
7 OTOK
370/501 (45)
10 CJOH
365/383 (47)
24∗GSUL
392/430 (50)
32∗EBOB
375/300 (44)
57 IDON
441/321 (39)
55∗AIBR
(0)
40∗FKAY
(0)
41 AABI
40 Fashola Kayode
FKAY
3:4 -114 470/466 (27)
18 EKAR
375/300 (12)
53∗LBAL
437/331 (8)
42∗SZAK
394/550 (18)
2 OAWE
384/435 (27)
3 ADIP
364/434 (36)
24∗GSUL
398/420 (40)
31∗OALL
(0)
39 OCHA
(0)
43∗CPET
41 Adegbola Abiola
AABI
3:4 -161 488/406 (8)
38 TOLA
314/462 (35)
30∗KOLA
276/422 (44)
24 GSUL
289/526 (52)
6∗ECHU
547/347 (43)
50∗LSAN
398/308 (38)
53 LBAL
395/397 (41)
33∗EPET
(0)
42 SZAK
(0)
39∗OCHA
42 Salisu Zakari
SZAK
3:4 -272 412/404 (25)
19 IBRI
331/502 (41)
3∗ADIP
331/437 (47)
40 FKAY
347/496 (50)
43 CPET
459/318 (45)
53∗LBAL
422/436 (47)
52 HBAJ
445/426 (42)
54∗FAYO
(0)
41∗AABI
(0)
44 IAUS
43 Chukwukelu Peter
CPET
2.5:4.5 -13 350 (28)
bye
437/451 (42)
13 STAY
367/570 (51)
18 EKAR
496/347 (39)
42∗SZAK
423/287 (30)
46∗IBAM
350/368 (40)
32 EBOB
394/457 (43)
19∗IBRI
(0)
44∗IAUS
(0)
40 FKAY
44 Isiekwe Austine
IAUS
2:5 -71 401/481 (49)
30∗KOLA
401/513 (54)
38∗TOLA
523/353 (33)
33 EPET
418/329 (30)
56 GZUR
336/348 (36)
4∗IWIL
448/459 (42)
26 IFRA
280/395 (44)
20∗MAMI
(0)
43 CPET
(0)
42∗SZAK
45 Jack Mpakaboari
JMPA
2:5 -104 517/372 (4)
52 HBAJ
617/353 (1)
48∗NCHR
258/498 (18)
20∗MAMI
449/473 (25)
1 MPET
382/459 (35)
22∗UAND
387/439 (43)
4 IWIL
334/454 (45)
34∗GRAY
(0)
46∗IBAM
(0)
47 AMOH
46 Ibrahim Bamuche
IBAM
2:5 -153 300/375 (45)
32∗EBOB
300/300 (43)
16 UEMM
300/375 (49)
26∗IFRA
300/300 (44)
25∗LGAR
287/423 (51)
43 CPET
431/456 (50)
29 EEME
514/356 (46)
52∗HBAJ
(0)
45 JMPA
(0)
48 NCHR
47 Amana Mohammed
AMOH
2:5 -262 383/390 (33)
3∗ADIP
373/573 (55)
19∗IBRI
356/459 (54)
17 IDEN
392/424 (55)
33 EPET
457/344 (48)
51 BOKO
409/390 (45)
58∗JEJI
358/410 (47)
48 NCHR
(0)
49∗HKAR
(0)
45∗JMPA
48 Nnamani Chris
NCHR
2:5 -296 488/298 (3)
50 LSAN
353/617 (37)
45 JMPA
396/400 (38)
1 MPET
358/427 (43)
8∗OSUN
411/483 (47)
28∗ADAN
363/492 (52)
23 VKIN
410/358 (48)
47∗AMOH
(0)
51 BOKO
(0)
46∗IBAM
49 Hakeem Kareem
HKAR
2:5 -337 475/446 (20)
22∗UAND
493/492 (14)
28 ADAN
364/413 (27)
9 IANT
374/460 (37)
11 BRAS
326/407 (42)
16∗UEMM
355/423 (46)
12∗OOLA
403/486 (49)
29∗EEME
(0)
47 AMOH
(0)
50∗LSAN
50 Ladan Sani
LSAN
2:5 -404 298/488 (56)
48∗NCHR
493/240 (20)
52∗HBAJ
378/618 (43)
55∗AIBR
332/470 (49)
4 IWIL
347/547 (53)
41 AABI
352/358 (54)
33 EPET
488/371 (50)
56∗GZUR
(0)
53∗LBAL
(0)
49 HKAR
51 Bob Okoridem
BOKO
2:5 -456 388/412 (37)
2∗OAWE
354/431 (48)
23 VKIN
333/515 (53)
22∗UAND
262/554 (57)
17 IDEN
344/457 (58)
47∗AMOH
494/314 (53)
56 GZUR
396/344 (51)
58 JEJI
(0)
48∗NCHR
(0)
52 HBAJ
52 Hassan Bajini
HBAJ
2:5 -590 372/517 (55)
45∗JMPA
240/493 (58)
50 LSAN
258/333 (57)
27 OAJU
449/421 (51)
55 AIBR
391/392 (52)
56∗GZUR
436/422 (48)
42∗SZAK
356/514 (52)
46 IBAM
(0)
54∗FAYO
(0)
51∗BOKO
53 Lawandy Bala
LBAL
1.5:5.5 -293 300/300 (30)
25 LGAR
300/375 (45)
40 FKAY
463/483 (48)
3∗ADIP
370/412 (53)
16∗UEMM
318/459 (55)
42 SZAK
308/398 (56)
41∗AABI
475/400 (53)
57∗IDON
(0)
50 LSAN
(0)
54 FAYO
54 Fashoba Ayo
FAYO
1:6 -165 370/420 (41)
9∗IANT
431/370 (26)
58 JEJI
401/408 (32)
29∗EEME
363/415 (41)
31 OALL
429/449 (46)
5∗OOSI
337/415 (49)
19 IBRI
426/445 (54)
42 SZAK
(0)
52 HBAJ
(0)
53∗LBAL
55 Auwal Ibrahim
AIBR
1:6 -441 273/491 (58)
1∗MPET
324/498 (57)
34 GRAY
618/378 (42)
50 LSAN
421/449 (46)
52∗HBAJ
332/400 (49)
6 ECHU
365/438 (51)
25∗LGAR
321/441 (55)
39 OCHA
(0)
56∗GZUR
(0)
57∗IDON
56 Garba Zurmi
GZUR
1:6 -884 317/452 (54)
14∗IJER
366/465 (56)
27∗OAJU
252/517 (58)
34 GRAY
329/418 (58)
44∗IAUS
392/391 (54)
52 HBAJ
314/494 (55)
51∗BOKO
371/488 (56)
50 LSAN
(0)
55 AIBR
(0)
58 JEJI
57 Idogbe Donatus
IDON
0:7 -525 350/425 (46)
10 CJOH
300/375 (52)
26 IFRA
300/375 (52)
16 UEMM
300/375 (54)
29∗EEME
300/375 (56)
25∗LGAR
300/375 (57)
39∗OCHA
400/475 (57)
53 LBAL
(0)
58∗JEJI
(0)
55 AIBR
58 Joseph Ejike
JEJI
0:7 -570 415/469 (42)
8 OSUN
370/431 (50)
54∗FAYO
289/514 (55)
36∗PALH
368/492 (56)
5 OOSI
344/379 (57)
33∗EPET
390/409 (58)
47 AMOH
344/396 (58)
51∗BOKO
(0)
57 IDON
(0)
56∗GZUR

Moses Peter of Akwa-Ibom State emerged the 2012 National Scrabble Champion with 19 wins +1288 cummulative points. Tayo Saheed of Ogun State and Rasheed Balogun of Oyo State placed 2nd and 3rd respectively. The best placed State trophy was won by Kano State who had the best result (per player) in the competition.

Date: 6th April - 8th April 2012 Venue: Millenium Hotel Zone 5 Wuse Abuja. FCT Prizes:

Certificates of participation will be given to all participants.

Round by round results
Photos

Current Standings

Results after round 24
Rank  Player            Wins      Mar           State
  1   Moses Peter         19      1288		AkwaIbom
  2   Saheed Tayo         17       467	        Ogun
  3   Balogun Rasheed     16       841		Oyo
  4   Mohammed Aminu      15       998		Kano
  5   Ikekeregor Dennis   15       712		Delta
  6   Ogbogu Azu          15       587		Edo
  7   Curtis John         15       365		Abuja
  8   Ikolo Anthony       15       284		Rivers 2
  9   Igwe Jerry          15      -100		Abuja
 10   Oshevire Awenagha   14       762		Delta
 11   Kabir Olaiya        14       590		Kano 1
 12   Akanbi Dipo         14       466		Lagos
 13   Oshodi Sunday       14       419		Rivers
 14   Okoye Charles       14       405		Rivers
 15   Ogedengbe Olawale   14       219		Lagos
 16   Okagbue Ajuluchukwu 14        33		Kaduna
 17   Ishekwene Frank     14       -20		Lagos
 18   Nsikan Etim         13.5    1043		Akwa Ibom
 19   Isong Williams      13       481		Akwa Ibom
 20   Venayori Kingha     13       475		Kano
 21   Adegbola Abiola     13       223		Oyo
 22   Bob Okoridem        13       218		Akwa Ibom
 23   Edewor Bobor        13       152		Delta
 24   Olowu Tokunbo       13        13		Lagos
 25   Ebomah Peter        13      -247		Abuja
 26   Fashola Kayode      12.5      99		Oyo
 27   Gbaraba Raymond     12       733		Rivers
 28   Eta Karo            12       426		Delta
 29   Oyebola Alli        12       237		Abia
 30   Okim Eugene         12       160		Abuja
 31   Nnamani Chris       12      -196		Abia
 32   Ojior Osikhena      12      -226		Rivers
 33   Ekwenugo Emeka      12      -289		Abuja
 34   Lawandy Bala        11.5     247		Abuja
 35   Jack Mpakaboari     11.5     -60		Rivers
 36   Amana Mohammed      11.5    -214		Kogi
 37   Gora Suleiman       11.5    -447		Abuja
 38   Ehibudu Chux        11       183		Abuja
 39   Hakeem Kareem       11       -22		Abuja
 40   Isiekwe Austine     11      -270		Kano
 41   Achema Daniel       11      -298		Kogi
 42   Salisu Zakari       11      -384		Zamfara
 43   Ude Emmanuel        10.5    -696		Lagos
 44   Idogbe Donatus      10      -155		Kaduna
 45   Umogbai Andrew      10      -225		Lagos
 46   Idahosa Bright      10      -284		Edo
 47   Timi Olaitan        10      -351		Lagos
 48   Lawali Garba        10      -526		Zamfara
 49   Pius Alhassan       10      -799		Kaduna
 50   Akpan Edward         9       -14		Abuja
 51   Fashoba Ayo          9      -339		Kogi
 52   Chukwukelu Peter     8.5    -264		Abuja
 53   Auwal Ibrahim        8      -389		Kano
 54   Ladan Sani           8      -439		Zamfara
 55   Garba Zurmi          8     -1311		Zamfara
 56   Hassan Bajini        8     -1346		Zamfara
 57   Joseph Ekechi        7     -1038		Kogi
 58   Ibrahim Bamuche      4     -2177		Zamfara
HIGH GAME: Auwal Ibrahim     618

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