Warri Wolves claimed a 3-0 win over Racing Club Bobo Diolasou on Saturday in a Caf Confederation Cup preliminary round second leg tie at the Warri City stadium.
Wolves, who won the first leg in Burkina Faso 1-0, are into the first round of Africa’s second-tier club championship with a 4-0 aggregate triumph.
Under-23 forward Oghenekaro Etebo placed the ‘Seasiders’ in the lead on the half-hour mark before Joseph Osadiaye doubled the hosts’ advantage 30 minutes later.
Freedom Omoforma closed out a comfortable win for coach Paul Aigbogun’s in the 70th minute.
Wolves will face the winner of the match between Seychelles club Cote d’Or and Ethiopian side Dedebit in the 1/16 final of the Confederation Cup.