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St. Johnbosco Seminary Isuaniocha comes top in sports competition

* President Savio Bosco Old Boys hails his alma mater
Thursday Dec 22, 2022 14:44 pm



By Editor
Onitsha,   Sports


St. Johnbosco Seminary, Isuaniocha of Awka Diocese, has come top with highest gold medals in All Minor Seminaries Sports Competition (All Hallows 2022), which ended 21st December, 2022 at All Hallows Seminary, Onitsha.

This year's competition captioned, "All Hallows 2022," started on the 15th of December, 2022 with the arrival of the contingents of about Nine Catholic Seminaries in Onitsha Ecclesiastical Province that participated in the games. 

The games started on the 16th of December 2022 with a football match that was kicked off by the Archbishop and the Motropolitan See of the Onitsha Ecclesiastical Province, Most Rev. Dr. Valerian Maduka Okeke.

Releasing the outcome of the event, the National President of Savio Bosco Old Boys Association (SABOBA), comrade Oguegbu Ostende Celestine Udoka congratulated his almae matres, St. Johnbosco Seminary, Isuaniocha and St. Dominic Savio Seminary, Akpu who came 1st and 3rd respectively in the games. 

Comrade Oguegbu eulogized the efforts of the two Rectors of the seminaries, Rev. Fr. Dr. Anthony Akabogu of St. Dominic Savio Seminary, Akpu, Ekwulobia Diocese and Rev. Fr. Eduzor Daniel of St. Johnbosco Seminary, Isuaniocha, Awka Diocese, and their team of formators for preparing their seminarians very well for the games.

Oguegbu said: "Congratulations to my alma maters, St. Johnbosco Seminary, Isuaniocha and St. Dominic Savio Seminary, Akpu who came 1st and 3rd respectively."

 


National President of Savio Bosco Old Boys Association (SABOBA), Comrade Oguegbu Ostende Celestine Udoka

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Summary of medals

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1  Awka Diocese (St. Johnbosco Seminary, Isuaniocha) came 1st with 10 Golds, 9 Silver and 5 Bronze

2  Nsukka came 2nd with 9 Golds, 3 Silver and 7 Bronze.

3  Ekwulobia Diocese (St. Dominic Savio Seminary, Akpu) came 3rd with 5 golds, 3 Silver and 7 Bronze.

4  Enugu came 4th with 4 Golds, 7 Silver and 5 Bronze.

5  Onitsha came 5th with 4 Golds, 3 Silver and 3 Bronze 

6  Awgu came 6th with 3 Golds, 5 Silver and 3 Bronze.

7  Ihiala came 7th with 2 Golds and 4 Silver.

8  Abakaliki came 8th with 2 Golds, 3 Silver and 5 Bronze. 

9  Nnewi came 9th with 1 Gold, 3 Silver and 6 Bronze.

 

 

 

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