Rivers Queens Win As Nigeria Women’s League Hots Up

The Nigeria Women’s Premier League 2013/2014 in Week 19 produced four home wins, zero draw and two away wins with 16 goals scored.
According to reports from the nigerianleagues.com, Kogi Confluence Queens in Week 19 replicated Sunshine Queens performance in Week 18. Nasarawa Amazons humbled FC Taraba Queens while Rivers Queens did well enough to extend leadership on the league table.
Pelican Stars suffered an unexpected defeat at home in the Nigeria Women’s Premier League 2013/2014 season Week 19 fixture against Kogi Confluence Queens FC.
The 2005 champions slumped to Omolade George’s 9th minute strike in the first half of the game. The team also lost the chance of overtaking Rivers Angels at the top of the league table.
Kogi Confluence Queens in the process ended their winless away record of three years having picked the last one in the NWPL 2010/2011 season against Cerenzo FC in Ilorin.
The celebration lasted only few hours for Confluence Queens following the news of the death of their striker Eunice Akpan on Sunday. Eunice developed a sicken a month ago. The news of her death shocked the management and her players of the club.
Kogi Confluence Queens move from fifth to fourth position with 28 points from 18 games. Pelican Stars drop to third with 29 points from 15 games.

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