NLO21DivTwo: Pelumi, Yomi Show Class As Olansile FA Tracked By Ojaja II FC ln End Of The Season Duel

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A ninety third minutes equalizer by Ojaja II FC forward denied Olansile FA the much needed win to cap the season on a positive note.

The atmosphere in Osogbo is greeted with chants and tension as ‘Ooni Adimula’ lads arrived with burning desires to run away as group leader who would set up a Promotion Playoff clash with Ogbomoso Utd.

A decisive game for that matter which would be played simultaneously in which Ojaja hopes MAO FC capitalised on Fehinty’s scalp in the other venue for them to emerge at the top. Both Ojaja II FC and Fehinty FC tied with 12 points on the log making it a dicy duel going into last encounter.

‘Omo Mummy Boys’ didn’t struggle much before they imposed their physique and presence on the pitch as the score line changed at half hour mark when Olaoluwa Pelumi placed a fantastic header to register his third goal of the season.

Ojaja defender had earlier cleared away what could have been Yomi’s opener but Olansile FA were still ahead from the resultant corner kick.

The second half would witness three more goals after some laborious moments in first half. Eight minutes after restart, Yomi Fakunle had an impressive run from byline only to set up Ajayi Martins who dispatched his second goal in the season brilliantly.

Few minutes later, Ojaja responded having capitalised on sloppy defensive work from Shile lads at the back. Confidence immediately returns for Shina Afolabi tutored side as the much needed equalizer came at the death. Rasheed Okotore once again came to party, he would later dived at full length to tip out a creeping setpiece from vintage position.

At the flip, Fehinty FC walloped MAO FC by 3-1 thereby amassed 15points from 6 games making the tension soaked duel in Osogbo Centre a mere dead rubber game. Olansile FA occupies 3rd on the log having finished with 11points and followed Ojaja II FC who finished behind Fehinty with 13 points.

Beauty to behold were Shile Boys sensation forwards Olaoluwa Pelumi and Abayomi Fakunle who enjoyed freedom at the flanks wrecking series of havoc and became markers nightmare in their debut season.

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