BrandArena: GTBank Super Cup 2015: Ogun outclass Lagos

Friday 4 December 2015

GTBank Super Cup 2015: Ogun outclass Lagos

The second edition of GTBank Super Cup ended in a grand style as Ogun state schools defeated the Lagos representatives on Wednesday at the Gateway International Stadium, Sagamu, Ogun State. The highly thrilling 2015 #GTBankSuper showed class between Masters Cup and Principals' Cup winners.

The teams who were motivated by the presence of Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, and the Managing Director of Guaranty Trust Bank, Segun Agbaje, showed good football artistry to the delight of the 10,000 fans which were mainly students and National Youth Service Corps members.
Ogun State schools celebrating the winning of GTBank Super Cup 2015
Speaking at the event, Guarantee Trust Bank Managing Director, Segun Agbaje, stated “The GTBank Super Cup Competition will continue to pave the way for youths to cultivate their sporting talents and aptitudes, whilst fostering and building a healthier lifestyle at a critical stage in their lives.”

In the female category, Muslim High School, Isolu, outclassed Ikotun girls 2-0 by converting a beautiful chance as well as spot kick that gave them the Super trophy. While in the male Category, Pakoto High School, Ogun State defeated the debutants Birrel Avenue Senior High School Lagos, 1-0.

With these, Pakoto Senior High School of the rock city displayed class by emerging the overall Champios of the 2015 GTBank football tournament.

The Super Cup is a competition of champions to produce the 'Champions of Champions'. This competition is held between the winner of principals cup and winner of heritage cup, in a battle for the ultimate title of the Champion of Champions.

Guaranty Trust Bank plc is one of the few Nigerian financial institutions that have maintained a defined Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) strategy since its inception in 1990. The Bank actively supports in-classroom and out-of-classroom educational programmes, infrastructure development, students’ scholarship and teachers training across Africa.

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