AAUASU Begins Football Cup, Faculty of Arts Defeats Faculty of Agriculture

The Students Union of Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba-Akoko (AAUA) has commenced its football competition popularly known as SU cup on June 25, 2021.

This year’s edition is organized by the AAUASU Sports Director, Adelowo Adebayo, also known as Lovebayor with the assistance of distinct faculty sport directors.

The opening match started with a kick-off by the AAUASU President Obagunwa Oluwasegun also known as Supreme in the the presence of faculty presidents, faculty sport directors and the school team captain.

After the game ceremony, the competition started as Faculty of Education football team faced Faculty of Science football team in a match that ended two goals to nil in favour of Faculty of Education.

In the second game of the opening day of the competition, Faculty Of Social And Management Sciences also called SOMASSA defeated Faculty Of Arts (FASA) by two goals to nil.

However, on second match day of the tournament which was on June 26, Faculty Of Education won their second match of the tournament by defeating the Faculty Of Law by two goals to nil, thanks to two goals from Abbey in both halves of the game.

Astonishingly, FASA football team recorded the biggest win of the tournament so far after they thrashed Faculty Of Agriculture by six goals to one.

There are two groups in this year’s tournament which are group A and B with each group comprising three faculties.

As the table currently stands, in Group A, Faculty Of Education is on top of the log with 4 points while Faculty Of Science is second with 1 point while Faculty Of Law sitting at the bottom of the log with zero point so far.

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In Group B, both Faculty Of Arts (FASA) and SOMASSA are on 3 points each but with FASA topping the table with more goals difference and at the base on the table is Faculty Of Agriculture with no point.

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