Edo Queens FC on Monday defeated the Heartland FC of Owerri 4-0 in the quarter-final match of the ongoing 2nd edition of Betsy Obaseki Women Football Tournament.
In the match played at the University of Benin Sports Complex, Edo Queens’ Eunice Godwin, scored a hattrick in the first half of the match while Heartland defender, Kelechi Orgii scored an own goal making it 4-0 in favour of Edo Queens.
Speaking during the post-match interview, Edo Queens’ manager, Moses Aduku expressed gratitude, saying his girls are determined to change the narrative.
“We are happy for the victory, I give God Almighty the glory. We played three matches and won all. This game has come and gone. We are looking at the semifinal game.
“We are in a competition and no team is a pushover, we are not going to lose focus. This is a pre-season competition, all the premiership clubs are using it to prepare their teams for the coming NWFL new season. So, we are happy that we are participating in this tournament.”
Daily Trust reports that Edo Queens, Delta Queens, Nasarawa Amazons and FC Robo have qualified for the semi-final stage.