WESPAC Goa, Nigeria Retains the Best Team title, Nigel Wins

The National Scrabble team led by the NSF President, Garba Gora successfully defended her ‘Best Scrabble Team’ trophy at the third edition of the WESPA Championship held in Goa, India. The Nigerian team had previously won the title at the inaugural WESPA championship in 2015 and successfully defended it at the last event in 2017.  Also, Nigel Richards (New Zealand) overcame stiff opposition from Jesse
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Kenya hosts 13th Africa Scrabble Championships

Scrabble Kenya and the Pan African Scrabble Association (PANASA) invites all member federations to the 13th (thirteenth) edition of the Africa Scrabble Championship holding in Kenya. The event is based on country representation. The event will be held from the 28th November to 2nd December 2018 in Kirinyaga County. Kirinyaga County is a county in the former Central Province of Kenya. Its capital is Kutus
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Goa wins WESPAC 2019 Hosting Rights

WESPA chairman Elie Dangoor has announced that GOA has won the right to host the World English-Language Scrabble Players’ Association Championship WESPAC from 21st to 26th October 2019. In a closely fought battle, Goa pipped Kuala Lumpur to host the next WESPAC. Thanks also to Trinidad & Tobago for an exciting bid. Both these places will hold great events in the not too distant future.
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ASC 2018 – NSF Invites 22 players for trials in PH.

The National Senior Team Coach of the Nigeria Scrabble Federation (NSF), Mr Ikolo Anthony has invited twenty-two players to 5-day training camp in Port-Harcourt. The camping in collaboration with Total E&P Scrabble Club, Port-Harcourt is part of the process to select the teams that will represent Nigeria at this year’s Africa Scrabble Championships, World Scrabble Championships and the Alchemist Cup holding in Gambia, England and
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Nigeria invited for Alchemist Cup 2018

Nigeria has been invited to the first edition of the Alchemist Cup to be held from 5th to 9th December 2018 in Penang, Malaysia. According to the Organizing Chairman, Micheal Tang,  the Alchemist Cup is a World Team event consisting of 10 teams with 5 players per team. Each team will play the other 9 teams or 45 games for a full round-robin. There will
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