WESPAC 2019, NSF invites 20 to Bonny Camp

The following players have been invited to the first of four Nigeria Scrabble Federation camping toward the WESPAC tournament holding in Goa later this year. They have until January 15, 2019, to respond and signify their intent to participate by contacting the National coach or the Technical Director. Moses Peter – 1846 (African Champ, National Champion x 2 & WESPAC 17 Runner Up) Olatunde Oduwole
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Schedule of Activities for Selection of Players for WESPAC 2019

Scrabble Meet Selection Series reemerges with Four Meets to be played between January – May 2019 with the following on the outlook: The following Clubs/Associations have agreed in principle to collaborate and be the host. NLNG – January 24 – 28, 2019. Lekki Scrabble Club – February 14 – 18, 2019. Shell Club/Total Club Collaboration – March 14 – 17, 2019. Edo State Scrabble Association
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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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Wellington Jighere is 2015 World Scrabble Champion

The world Scrabble community held her breath on the 8th of November 2015 as Nigeria’s Wellington Jighere outmatched and outscored 129 players from 33 countries all over the world including his five teammates at the World English Scrabble Association Championship (WESPAC). The championship was held from Wednesday November 4th to Sunday November 8th, 2015 in Perth, Australia. Mr Jighere along with Messrs Eta Karo, Ayorinde
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