Division One IICC Shooting Stars (Ibadan) Bendel Insurance (Benin) Enugu Rangers African Continental Bank (Lagos) Racca Rovers (Kano) Housing Corporation (Akure) New Nigerian Bank (Benin) Mighty Jets (Jos) Nigerian Standard (Jos) DIC Bees (Kaduna) Spartans (Owerri) Water Corporation (Ibadan) Calabar Rovers Division Two Abiola Babes (Abeokuta) Water Corporation (Ilorin) Nigerian Ports Authority (Port Harcourt) Niger Tornadoes (Minna) First Bank (Lagos) P and T Vasco da Gama (Enugu) NEPA (Lagos) Club 50 (Sokoto) Asaba Summit Port Harcourt Sharks Super Stars (Ilorin) NEPA (Oshogbo) NB: Abiola Babes won division two and were promoted. Division Three (first edition) Kaduna Rocks Octopus (Jos) Calabar Customs Zuma Rocks (Abuja) Nigerian Crops Research Institute (Ibadan) Julius Berger (Lagos) Investment Corporation (Akure) Zabgai (Bauchi) Jettimo (Uyo) NEPA (Jos) Super Pioneers (Ilorin) Enyimba (Aba) P and T Dynamites (Jos) NEPA (Maiduguri) Promoted from Ibadan First Division to Division Three: Leventis United (an amalgam of clubs from Oyo State, backed by the Royal Nigeria Carpet company).
list of champions
list of cup winners
Source: [Akp 85]
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