By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde

Sports Writer,

Confluence Queens of Kogi state coach, Ogbonda Whyte has stated categorically that his club is aiming to finish off their Super 4 debut appearance with winning the championship. He disclosed this during the press conference held ahead of the tournament at Agege Stadium Media centre, Lagos.

“I am happy for I got Confluence Queens to the 2019 Nigeria Women Premier League (NWPL) Super4 for the first time in the club history. I think it’s a huge achievement and we want to finish off by winning the Championship. We respect all fear none.”

Confluence Queens will be playing fellow Super 4 debutants, Adamawa Queens in the first semi final of the tournament on Friday, November 1, 2019. Coach Ogbonda Whyte is of the view that the encounter won’t be an easy one for them as he envisages a tough encounter ahead.

“We’ve never met or play against Adamawa before, meeting for the first time is like playing an amateur team and it’s always hard to play amateurs but we are going to do our best.”

Confluence Queens qualified for the Super 4 tournament by finishing top of Group D with 11 points ahead of Abia Angels, Ibom Angels and Invincible Angels.

Adamawa Queens on the other hand finished top of Group B with 12 points ahead of Edo Queens, Heartland Queens and Dream Stars Ladies.

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