St. Saviour, Grange and Greensprings schools, among others, will return to the
pool on Saturday for the second leg of season five of the Dolphin Swimming League, which holds at Grange School, Ikeja, Lagos.
Other schools in the competition are Atlantic Hall, Lagos Preparatory and Secondary School, Meadow Hall School, Lagoon/Whitesands Schools, Children International School, Italian Priory and Boken Aquatics.
The coordinator of the league, Oluseyi Oyebode, said the tournament has continued to attract teams and clubs as it enters a crucial stage where teams win points.
“We are excited that the tournament continues to grow with each leg and what has been encouraging for us has been the massive support from parents and guardians since the inception of the league.
“We hope and believe new stars will emerge and more teams will continue to showcase their skills. We must also commend the efforts of the coaches who have been very supportive in ensuring we have a successful league this season even as they all look forward to the grand finale in May,” he said.
The Guardian observed that the battle for supremacy in the secondary and elementary divisions has been between Grange and S.t Saviour’s, who have both been dominating the divisions, but other schools are working tirelessly to upstage the two schools.