Popular French painter and author, while expounding the value of hardwork and reward, described a trophy as a reward for excellence to be deeply valued and cherished in his words “A trophy's value isn't measured by the worth of its metal but by the amount of work that's required to obtain it”. In the same vein, the ultimate HiFL 2019 trophy, is a representation of glory, a pinnacle of honor and a celebration of multi-cultured unity as reflected in the black color, as you well know, the mixture of all colors results in black.
A picture of elegance, the trophy is completely molded out of see-through black crystal, eluding nothing but class.
The unmistakable trapezium heights finely laid out with embellished luster helps sing the song of glory and passion which also is a stylized semblance of the academic mortar board while the fact that it's pointing upwards helps to announce the “go-topmost” stance.
Once clinched by a team, and as the champions from last year, University of Agriculture, Makurdi Tillers can testify, one can take pride in having prevailed after standing toe to toe with the best collegiate teams from around the country. Indeed, winners can place a feather in their caps as having been transported into the crème del a crème in the world of African collegiate football.