Africa number one Dorcas Adesokan defeated Mauritius’s Kate Foo Kune to win the women’s singles title at the All Africa Badminton Senior Championship in Port Harcourt.
The highly rated Nigerian beat Kate Foo Kune in straight sets, 21-12, 21-13 to clinch the gold medal at the Championship at the Alfred Diette-Spiff center, while Egyptian Doha Hany and Nigeria’s Damilola Alabi picked the Bronze medal.
In the men’s singles category, Anuoluwapo Juwon Opeyayi defeated Godwin olofue in all Nigerian affair to win the goal medal, while Mauritius’ George Paul and Nigeria’s Krobakpo also shared the Bronze medal.
In the men’s double, Algerian duo of Koceila Mameri and Youcef Sabi Madel pipped the Nigerian duo of Enejoh Abah and Isaac Minaphe to the gold, while Godwin Olofua and Anuoluwapo Juwon Opeyayi and Egyptian duo of Abdulrahman Abdelhakeim and Ahmed Salah went home with the Bronze medal.
Dorcas Adesokan and Uchechukwu Deborah won the gold and condemned Amin Yop Christopher and Chineye Ibere to the silver medal of the Women’s double category, while Eyaram Yaa Migbozi and Perpetual Mensah Quaye of Ghana and Augustina Ebhomien and Peace Joy went home with the Bronze medal.
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