Beach Soccer: Nigeria Battles Ghana At South Africa Meet

Sand Eagles in action

Nigeria’s Supersand Eagles will play Ghana’s Beach Soccer National Team on Friday in their first outing at the Power Horse Invitational Tournament in Durban, South Africa.
The Nigeria delegation, led by NFF 1st Vice President, Seyi Akinwunmi, arrived in Durban on Wednesday morning.
The 2011 FIFA Beach Soccer World Cup quarter-finalists will file out against the Ghanaians at 3.30pm South Africa time (2.30pm Nigeria time) on Friday.
In the other matches, Morocco takes on Cote d’Ivoire from 1pm SA time; Senegal will clash with Mozambique from 2pm and hosts South Africa take to the beach against Seychelles at 4.45pm.
The three-day tournament continues on Saturday with the clash of the loser of South Africa/Seychelles against the loser of Morocco/Cote d’Ivoire at 1pm and the loser of Senegal/Mozambique against the loser of Nigeria/Ghana at 2.15pm.
The first semi final will start at 3.30pm and the other semi final commences at 4.45pm.
On Sunday, the loser’s final will start at 3.30pm while the final kicks off at 4.45pm.


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