Remo Stars Academy boys smash WAEC with 98% success rate

Remo Stars boys on and off the pitch are winning. (Photo Credit/Beyond Limits)

Remo Stars Academy boys smash WAEC with 98% success rate

Izuchukwu Akawor 15:43 - 11.08.2023

Remo Stars Academy boys Beyond Limits have shown they are not just an excellent group on the pitch but off it as well after an excellent performance in WAEC.

Beyond Limits Football Academy has confirmed that their youngsters have passed the West Africa Examination Council, WAEC, with flying colours.

The club confirmed the news through their official social media page on Friday afternoon.

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Beyond Limits boys celebrate in Ikenne during the Valuejet Cup. (Picture Credit/Beyond Limit)

Remo Stars youngsters have shown there is more to them than just their outstanding performances on the pitch.

Remo boys Beyond the pitch

In the last few months, the academy boys have represented their club and country across the world, putting up excellent performances.

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Beyond Limits recently, however, finished second in the competitive Valuejet Cup, a pre-season tournament for NPFL sides.

The No Limits boys made it out of a group that included former Nigerian champions, Rivers United, Shooting Stars and Abia Warriors.

Kparobo Ariheri was on target against Abia Warriors. (Photo Credit: Beyond Limits/X)

Beyond Limits won one and drew two of the matches before seeing off Kwara United on penalties after an enthralling 2-2 draw in the semifinals to pick a ticket to the final.

They eventually fell 2-0 in the final against Shooting Stars, who proved a hard nut for the under-18 lads.

Onyebuchi Obasi finished as the Valuejet Cup MVP with two goals and two assists in five matches. (Photo Credit: Beyond Limits/X)

WAEC show

24 hours after the game against the Oluyole Warriors, the club has now confirmed an excellent performance from the youngsters but this time off the pitch.

14 of the Beyond Limits boys have smashed their WAEC with an incredible 98 per cent record per the club.

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Beyond Limits boys studying in class. (Picture Credit/Beyond Limit)

“FOOTBALL MEETS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE,” the club posted on social media platform,

“14 of our academy boys took the recent WAEC examinations with a 98% success rate recorded. However, two of the boys were unable to complete the exams as they were part of the Future Eagles that represented Nigeria in Japan. “

“The rest of our boys are writing NECO, GCE this year and WAEC again next year,” the club added in a separate post.

“It may interest you to know that they played games at the #ValueJetCup23 after leaving exam hall and still finished second against NPFL teams.”

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