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Tarfa, others lead as Lawyers League enters week four

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The law firms of Ricky Tarfa, BA Law/Probita, Falana and Falana and SOOB/NICCOM have taken the lead in the 2018 BOA Lawyers League, which enters its Week Four today. The matches are played at the AstroTurf 1000 Ikoyi, Lagos every Sunday.

Leading Group A after three matches is the Ricky Tarfa, which shares the same four points with Lagos Sate Ministry of Justice and Wiseview/Greychapel, but is on top of the table courtesy of a superior goals aggregate.

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BA Law/Probitas and Advocaat share the leadership in Group B withsix points, but the former is on top courtesy of a superior goals aggregate.SOOB/NICCOMIS the clear leader in Group C with nine points from its three matches, with Olisa Agbakoba, Pinheiro, ACA/UUBO trailing with three points each. Bloomfield/DOA has no point yet. Falana and Falana leads Group D having amassed the nine maximum points. Banwo & Ighodalo has six points, Templars has three, while Punuka and Tayo/Oyetibo/B.Osipitan have no point each.

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Last weekend, SOOB/NICCOM bashed Bloomfield/DOA 4-1, Templars beat Punuka 2-0, while LSMJ drew goalless with A&O. In other matches, Olisa Agbakoba defeated ACAS/UUBO 2-0, Babalakin beat Aelex 1-0, Falana thrashed Tayo o/B. Osipitan 5-0, Wisewview/Greychapel drew 0-0, while BA Law/Probitas thumped Advocaat 4-0.

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