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Osun, Ibom Angels relegated as NWFL season ends

The Nigeria Women’s Football League Premiership’s abridged 2022/23 season ended on Wednesday with some intriguing results from the two groups, according to The PUNCH.Information Guide Nigeria

Delta Queens clinched first place in Group A after earning a point versus Rivers Angels at Delta State’s Stephen Keshi Stadium.

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They led the group with 26 points, one more than second-place Bayelsa Queens, who defeated Naija Ratels 3-0 at the Samson Siasia Stadium in Yenago.

With 20 points, the Rivers Angels finished third in Group A.

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Delta Queens, champions Bayelsa Queens, and Rivers Angels will all compete in the Super Six after finishing first, second, and third in their respective groups.

Meanwhile, Ratels are in fourth place to save their top-flight status, with Heartland Queens and Royal Queens, who finished fifth and sixth, respectively, while Osun Babes were demoted to the second level after finishing bottom of Group A with seven points.NYSC Portal

Edo Queens will conclude the season as group leaders in Group B, barring a defeat to Abia Angels, after their meeting on Wednesday was called off.

Following a downpour, the game was rescheduled for Thursday (today).

“The remainder of the abandoned match between Abia Angels and Edo Queens due to the downpour will be continued at the Umuahia Township Stadium by 8am on Thursday, April 20, 2023. The MD14 match was brought to a halt in the 30th minute,” the NWFL stated on Twitter on Wednesday.

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Robo Queens’ 4-0 hammering of Confluence Queens moves the Lagos-based team to second place with 22 points, the same points and goals difference as Edo Queens, while Confluence Queens drops to third with 21 points.

Regardless of the outcome of the rescheduled game, Edo Queens, Robo Queens, and Confluence Queens have already secured their spots in the Super Six.

In the other Group B game, Nasarawa Amazons defeated Adamawa Queens 5-0 at Nasarawa’s Snake Farm Stadium.JAMB Result

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