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OFA to conclude OL at Buraimi Complex

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MUSCAT: The Oman Football Association (OFA) will conclude the Omantel League 2022-23 season at the Al Buraimi Complex with a match between champions Al Nahda and Sur on Tuesday at 7.30 pm.

The match, originally scheduled at Sur Sports Complex was shifted to Al Nahda's home stadium following an agreement between the two clubs.

The OFA will organise a closing ceremony at the Al Buraimi Complex, marking the end of an exhilarating season.

During the ceremony, the coveted Omantel League shield will be presented to the victorious Al Nahda Club, who clinched the title with an impressive performance before the final round. This will be the fourth title after winning the title in three previous versions, specifically the seasons 2006-07, 2008-09 and 2013-14.

The CEO of the Omani Telecommunications Company (Omantel) will graciously sponsor the closing ceremony of the football season.

In addition to the closing ceremony, the spotlight will be on two other exciting matches. The Sultan Qaboos Complex in Bausher will witness an intense face-off between Al Suwaiq Club and Sohar Club. Simultaneously, at the Al Rustaq Complex, fans will watch an exciting match between Al Rustaq and Al Seeb. These matches will determine the runner-up position, with Al Suwaiq and Al Seeb teams vying for the coveted spot.

The runners-up position will determine the second participant in the Super Cup match. Since league champions Al Nahda are also the HM's Cup winners this season, the runners-up team will earn the opportunity to compete in the Super Cup.

The remaining four matches are expected to conclude without any major surprises. Al Musannah Club will host Al Bashayer Club at Al Seeb Stadium, while Bahla meet Al Nasr at the Salalah Complex. Dhofar will welcome Al Ittihad to the Al Saada Complex and finally, Al Oruba Club will visit Oman Club at the Police Stadium.

Al Bashayer, Al Oruba and Al Ittihad clubs were officially relegated to the First Division two rounds before the league's conclusion.

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