The Seasiders sealed a ticket to the second qualifying round of the Caf Confederation Cup after a scoreless draw to dump out their hosts on Sunday

Warri Wolves have progressed into the second qualifying round of the 2015 CAF Confederation Cupon Sunday after holding Ethiopian side Dedebit to a 0-0 draw in Addis Ababa.

The Nigerian representatives edged out Dedebit on a 2-0 aggregate score.

Paul Aigbogun’s men ensured it was a successful mission by denying their Ethiopian counterparts any chance of finding the back of the net in front of their home fans all through the 90 minutes.

Wolves will next meet Democratic Republic of Congo’s MK Etanchéité in contest for a place in the play-offs of the Confederation Cup.

The first leg will be played on the weekend of April 17-19 in Warri with the second leg billed to hold at the 80,000 capacity Des Martyrs Stadium on the weekend of May 1-3.

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