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Adamawa, Delta, Bayelsa Queens face tricky home ties

The queens of Asaba are looking forward to recording their first home win of the season. Last weekend, they travelled up north to Jalingo where…

The queens of Asaba are looking forward to recording their first home win of the season. Last weekend, they travelled up north to Jalingo where they forced the FC Taraba girls to a goalless draw.
FC Taraba will enjoy their second consecutive home match against Rivers Angels of Port Harcourt. The match which is expected to be full of actions, will see the visitors unleashing the likes of Gloria Ofoegbu, Evelyn Nwabuoku, old war horse Stella Mbachu, Cecilia Nku on their host.
Osun Babes of Osogbo would try to pick their pieces together after they narrowly lost to Pelican Stars last weekend. They would be home against Nasarawa Amazons who last weekend defeated the Adamawa Queens by two goals to nil.
The Aregbe girls would have to contend with the likes of diminutive striker Recheal Okotete , Adejoke Ejalonibu, and Rachael Akpojofor. Bayelsa Queens would be at home for Pelican Stars, while the Ibom Angels would travel to Benin City for a date with Edo Queens FC.
The final match of the week would be in Fufore, Adamawa State where Adamawa Queens would play their home match against Sunshine Queens of Akure. This follows the clean sheet the League body gave to Adamawa Queens to resume hosting matches at home. According to the League Secretary, Isaac Ajisafe, the home FA has fulfilled all the security requirements needed for all the visiting teams.

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