The organisers, Hideaplux Limited have been told to create a perfect enabling environment for the remaining eight teams in the competition.CEO of Hideaplus Ltd, Tony Pemu, said the directive came from sport-loving governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, who has promised to be at the final billed for March 2.Pemu said: â€œThe commissioner (Ebie) brought the message of Governor Okowa to us at a meeting and we have increased the tempo to ensure the final eight teams enjoy the best of everything.â€œThe sponsors, Zenith Bank will also be involved more since we are already in the final stages. It will be a carnival of sort from this stage to the final.â€According to the fixtures, Marvel Secondary School will clash with Iwere College, Koko on February 20 at the Sapele Stadium.On February 21, Obule Integrated schools and St. Paul’s College Ozoro will compete for honours at the Ughelli Stadium while on February 22, Comprehensive Secondary school and Boys Secondary school will lock horns at Agbor Stadium.The final quarterfinal match will be decided on February 23 between Otokutu Secondary school and Ogume Grammar School at the Oleh Stadium.The semifinals will take place on February 26 and 27 at venues yet to be determined while the Third Place match is billed for February 28.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The government of Delta State is planning big towards creating a â€˜super interesting atmosphereâ€™ in the final stages of the Principalâ€™s Cup football competition for all secondary schools in the state.The developmental youth football competition is sponsored by Zenith Bank in conjunction with the government of Delta State.Commissioner for Basic Secondary School, Chiedu Ebie, who is playing the overall supervisory role for the annual competition, has charged the organisers to make this edition better than the first one.
The Rockets and Warriors will meet at Chase Center on Christmas Day for a rematch of last year’s Western Conference semifinal, although, of course, both teams’ outlooks have changed considerably since then.Reigning conference champion Golden State is in tank mode, undone by a combination of departures and injuries. Draymond Green is the only notable starter from the Warriors dynasty expected to be in action Wednesday. Rockets vs. Warriors: What time is tipoff?Date: Wednesday, Dec. 25Start time: 5 p.m. ETThe 2:30 p.m. ET tipoff marks the third game of the NBA’s Christmas Day slate, and the second on ABC. The Clippers and Lakers will follow at 8 p.m. ET.Rockets schedule 2019Here are the Rockets’ next five games:DateOpponentTimeNational TVDec. 25at Warriors5 p.m. ETABCDec. 28vs. Nets8 p.m. ET—Dec. 29at Pelicans8 p.m. ET—Dec. 31vs. Nuggets7 p.m. ETNBA TVJan. 3vs. 76ers8 p.m. ETESPNWarriors schedule 2019Here are the Warriors’ next five games:DateOpponentTimeNational TVDec. 25vs. Rockets5 p.m. ETABCDec. 27vs. Suns10:30 p.m. ETNBA TVDec. 28vs. Mavericks8:30 p.m. ET—Dec. 31at Spurs7 p.m. ET—Jan. 2at Timberwolves8 p.m. ET— The arrival of Russell Westbrook and shedding of Chris Paul has given Houston a fresh look, and the Rockets are in the No. 3 spot of the West, winning six of their past seven games. Houston beat Golden State, 129-112, on Nov. 6, the only meeting between the two teams so far.Here is everything you need to know to watch Rockets vs. Warriors, including the tipoff time and TV channel for the Christmas Day game.What channel is Rockets vs. Warriors on today?TV channel: ABCLive stream: Watch ESPNRockets vs. Warriors will be broadcast live on ABC. Mark Jones and Hubie Brown are on the call with Israel Gutierrez reporting from the sideline.You can also live-stream the game via Watch ESPN or the Watch ESPN app.