Winners Emerge at Renmoney Squash Tournament

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The Renmoney squash tournament at Ikoyi Club, which began on April 13, 2019, was concluded on Friday, April 17, with Mr Wasiu Sanni clinching the men’s trophy and Mrs Funlola Abe going home with the female’s trophy.

The tournament was well attended by members of the Ikoyi Club squash section, tournament participants and members of the Renmoney team.

At the finals, Mr Wasiu Sanni beat his opponent, Mr Akinsope Roberts, while Mrs Funlola Abe defeated Ms Ifunaya Dibis Eze.

In his closing remarks, Chairman of the Ikoyi Club squash section, Mr Olumide Sojinrin, congratulated the winners of the tournament and expressed his gratitude for the turnout of members of the Ikoyi Club squash section.

According to him, “It was an exciting tournament with lots of energy from the players and supporters and we look forward to having other tournaments like this.”

While addressing attendants, Yetunde Faulkner, Director, Wealth Management, at Renmoney, said “We are happy for the successful completion of this competition and we are glad to have partnered with Ikoyi Club on this. We look forward to more collaborations in the future.”

Other guests at the event included Boye Oyerinde, President, Nigeria Squash Federation; Tomi Falase, Chairman, Lagos State Squash Association; Abimbola Okubena, Chairman, Ikoyi Club Tennis Section; Ifeanyi Maduka, former Chairman, Ikoyi Club Squash Section and a host of others.

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