A fifth minute penalty kick converted by Glory Edet in the first half ensured victory for the winners, in a game characterised by rough tackles.
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Angels forward, Chiamaka Okwuchukwu scored in the 62nd minute in what turned out to be the deciding goal for the hosts.
The visitors took an early lead in the 11th minute through Flourish Sabastine who beat the defence from the midfield.
Substitute Azeezat Obadun scored an injury time goal to ensure her side, Royal Queens, deny Rivers Angels a win in…
And Rivers Angels will be playing hosts to Royal Queens of Warri at the University of Port Harcourt Sports Complex.
Rivers Angels were on Wednesday held to a 0-0 draw by visiting Delta Queens in a Match Day 6 encounter…
The competition’s former champions stated their decision to pull out of the tournament in a statement on Saturday.
Kick off has been fixed for 4pm,which will be the same in other designated venues across the country.
Vivian Ikechukwu scored the first goal of the game for Rivers Angels in the 67th minute from the penalty spot and doubled her side lead in the 76th minute from another penalty kick.
A first half goal by Zanele Nhlapho in the 17th minute sealed victory against the Nigerians at the El Salaam Stadium, Cairo.
Describing the Aisha Buhari Cup as a most laudable project in the land in recent times, Okon opined that team selection in favour of the domestic players will give the tournament its biggest catch.
The unveiling ceremony took place on Friday, August 13, at the Rivers State Ministry of Sports, Port Harcourt.
The Nigeria Women’s Football League champions qualified for the championship on Monday evening.
Maryann Ezenagu scored a brace while Oghenebrume Ikekhua and Alice Ogebe also registered their names on the score sheet.
The final game of the NWFL Premiership Super Six was attended by dignitaries such as Minister of Youth and Sports Development; Sunday Dare, and Nigeria Football Federation President; Amaju Melvin.
The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Edo Queens, who have failed to win a point from the four matches they have played so far, lost 0-4 to Rivers Angels of Port Harcourt.
Daniel Nwankwoala, the Press Officer of the Rivers Ministry of Sports, disclosed this in a statement issued in Port Harcourt on Tuesday.
Cecilia Nku’s second minute penalty was all Rivers Angels needed to win the 2019 Nigeria Women Premier League title against a very determined Confluence Queens side.
Kwanta Yakubu, Senior Special Assistant to Governor Abdullahi Sule on Youth Development and Non-Governmental Organizations, confirmed this at a press briefing in Lafia on Saturday
Rivers Angels made it three titles on the trot with a 1-0 victory over last year’s victims Ibom Angels in the final of the AITEO Cup women’s competition at an impressive Samson Siasia Stadium in Yenagoa on Tuesday evening.