Defending champions, Nigeria Customs Service, the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA), former champions Nigerian Navy and first timers, Josephdam Port Services have all qualified for the semi-final of the 2017 Maritime Cup Competition.
The competition, which is the 9th in the series, opened with fanfare on Monday 15th May, 2017.
The two semi-finalists emerged after a round-robbing session that ran for eight days.
In the semi-final matches scheduled to be played at the NPA Sports Ground, Surulere, Lagos on Wednesday (tomorrow,) Customs will tackle Josephdam, while NPA will face Nigerian Navy.
The first semi-final match (Customs vs Josephdam) will be played at 12noon while the second match (NPA vs Navy) will be played at 4pm.
The final match will be played on Friday 26th March at the Legacy Pitch, National Stadium Surulere, Lagos at 4pm.
The 2017 Maritime Cup Competition is supported by Tin Can Island Container Terminal, Morbod Group and NPA.
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