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Dodan Warriors coach eyes final four

25 June 2015, 17:35Israel Ojoko

Lagos - Coach of Dodan Warriors basketball club Chris Nomigo is eyeing making the final four in the current season of the DSTV Premier Basketball League.

Warriors are in second position on the Atlantic Conference table after playing 11 games, won eight and losing three, with three games to go.

Nomigo is glad his side is not doing badly, but said their target is to make the final four.

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“Presently we occupy the second position, so we have not done badly so far. Dodan Warriors has a very good programme for young players coming up, they give opportunity to young players who really want to play basketball.” He told news24.

“All the teams in Atlantic Conference are really tough and unpredictable, its been a tough one from all angle.

“We have qualified for the Atlantic Conference final six already, so we’re looking at the second phase between the final six of this conference and the Savanna Conference, and try to make the final four, because since inception of the team, we’ve not missed out on the final four so we don’t want to allow that.”

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