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Glo PL: Week 14 wrap

22 May 2014, 10:46

Abuja - Week 14 games of the Glo Premier League were played on Wednesday day evening. Here's a quick review of the results from the various centres.

An 18th minute header from Christian Pyagbara is all that was needed to help Sharks FC record a 1-0 win over visiting Enugu Rangers in Port Harcourt.

Peter Ebimobowei was also the hero for Bayelsa United as his goal gave his side a 1-0 home win over Akwa United. The strike was however taken off shortly after as a result of injury.

Lobi Stars were big winners as they edged visiting FC Taraba 3-1 in Kastina-Ala. In Lafia, Nasarawa United also recorded a 2-0 home win over Giwa FC.

Disaster was averted in Owerri as an 85th minute spotkick from Bright Ejike helped Heartland secure a 1-1 draw against visiting Abia Warriors who took an early lead.

Anayo Emmanuel also scored late from the spot to help El Kanemi Warriors salvage a point at home, after holding Enyimba to a 1-1 draw.

Nembe City beat visiting Dolphins 1-0 in Omoku, while Kaduna United were held to a 2-2 draw at home by Kano Pillars.

Gombe United will play against Sunshine Stars on Thursday in Bauchi, were they will serve a three-match banishment.

Lobi Stars 3-1 FC Taraba
El-Kanemi 1-1 Enyimba
Nasarawa United 2-0 Giwa
Crown 2-1 Warri Wolves
Bayelsa 1-0 Akwa United
Sharks 1-0 Enugu Rangers
Nembe City 1-0 Dolphins
Kaduna Utd 2-2 Kano Pillars
Heartland 1-1 Abia Warriors.

- Kick Off Nigeria

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