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2012-02-28 13:55:16 U-20 Championship Underway in Basse [Daily Observer] Basse, Urr - The first ever U-20 championship organised by the Basse sub-zone sports committee and sponsored by Sir Furu Gomez, regional sports chairman is currently underway at the Basse high level football ground. Fifteen teams are battling out in the four-group tourney.

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