11-year-old Ameera Adegunwa of Grange school clinched the most valuable player award for age 10 and 11 at the maiden edition of Captain Sam Phil-Ebosie Memorial Swimming Competition at the Swimming Pool Complex of the National Stadium, Surulere.
Ameera won the 50M BUTTERFLY GIRLS for age 10 and 11 in a time of 37.32seconds , which is 2 seconds faster than 50M BUTTERFLY Boys , won by Aidan Dumeji Abili of the same school .
In the 50m Freestyle Girl, she won the gold medal in a time of 32:74 ahead of Favour Umoh, while in Event 23, Which is the 4 by 50M MIXED MEDLEY was won by the quartet of Aidan Dumuje-Abili , Ayomikun Siwoku, Ameera Adegunwa and Omodara Ayankoya from Grange School .
The only time Ameera finished second was at the 200M IND. MEDLEY GIRLS in a time of 3:32.04 behind Favour Umoh, who finished in a time of 3:11.95.
The final of the two-day event, which is the 4 X 50M MIXED MEDLEY FREESTYLE for age 11 and under was won by Grange School team that comprises of Aidan Dumuje-Abili , Omodara Ayankoya , Ameera Adegunwa and Obaloluwa Omotosho .
With a total of four gold , a silver medal and 52 points from five events , Ameera Adegunwa was voted the most valuable player award for age 10 and 11 .