By Oyediji Oluwaseun Babatunde
Sports Writer, kick442.com Nigeria
Sunshine Queens defeated Nasarawa Amazons 3-0 to pick the final Super Six spot behind Bayelsa Queens, Delta Queens, Rivers Angels, Edo Queens, and FC Robo Queens.
The Akure-based side were the biggest winners of the 2021 NWFL week 13 games with a 3-0 win over Nasarawa Amazons with goals from Yakubu Aminat, Ogbonna Akudo, and Sunday Abigail.
Nkechi Agams equalised for Confluence Queens to help them hold DreamStar FC Ladies to a 1-1 draw which was not enough for them to pick a Super Six spot. Anuoluwapo Salisu gave DreamStar FC Ladies the lead from a sixth minute free kick before Agams equaliser.
Bayelsa Queens suffered a late 1-0 defeat to Rivers Angels with a 92nd minutes goal from Maryann Ezenagu.
Delta Queens bagged a 0-1 away win over local rivals, Royal Queens FC. Mamuzo Edafe scored the winning goal in the 74th minute for the visitors.
Edo Queens suffered a surprising defeat to Pelican Stars. Goals from Vera Idoko and Ogechi Ukwuoma cancelled Maryanm Ohadiwe’s 24th-minute goal for Edo Queens.
Ibom Angels outsmarted ten-player FC Robo Queens 3-1 after Esther Onyenezide’s red card. They raced to a 3-0 lead with goals from Juliet Bassey, Blessing Nkor, and Blessing Okon.
Adebayo Raheemat pulled a goal back for FC Robo Queens.
Goals from Agbaji Habibat and Yemisi Samuel propelled Osun Babes to a 2-0 win over Abia Angels.
Bayelsa Queens, Delta Queens, Rivers Angels, Edo Queens, FC Robo Queens, and Sunshine Queens will trade tackles at the 2020/2021 Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Premiership Super Six at Dipo Dina International Stadium, Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, from April 19 to 25, 2021, to determine the league Champions and Nigeria’s representative at the 2021 Total CAF Women’s Champions League.
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