Nassarawa Amazons had fun scoring a barrage of goals on Matchday 3 of the Nigeria Women Premier League as debutants Kaduna Queens were embarrassed 5–0 in Lafia.
The 2019 Aiteo Cup Champions began their raid on the visitors in the second minute of the encounter as Tarnum Dooshima put her side ahead before Chinyere successfully tripled the lead with a brace.
Deborah Abiodun joined the chorus in the first half to see out the encounter with the Lafia based side having registered four goals before the break but Amarachi Odoma will inflict more pains on the visitors with a final goal in the 85thminuteof the game.
Meanwhile, Bayelsa Queens maintained a perfect record in Nigeria’s topflight women’s league at the expense of Sunshine Queens who conceded from the spot.
Mary Anjor stepped up to score the only goal of the encounter to consolidate her grip at the summit of the NWPL goal scorers chart and ensure the League Defending Champions remain on course to defend their title with a hundred percent record after three games.
Ibom Angels failed to record their first win away from home as League debutants Invincible Angels grabbed their maiden win over the 2018 Federation Cup finalists in the league.
Arit Usang and Esther Kanu’s goals gifted Confluence Queens maximum points against Abia Angels in front of home fans.
On Thursday, League debutants Dream Stars Ladies host Heartland Queens in Lagos, Osun Babes tackle Rivers Angels while Delta Queens welcome FC Robo Queens in Asaba.
Matchday 3 Results
Nasarawa Amazons 5 – 0 Kaduna Queens
Confluence Queens 2 – 0 Abia Angels
Bayelsa Queens 1 – 0 Sunshine Queens
Invincible Angels 2 – 1 Ibom Angels
Adamawa Queens 1 – 0 Edo Queens
Thursday, August 8
Dream Stars Ladies vs Heartland Queens
Rivers Angels vs Osun Babes
Delta Queens vs FC Robo Queens
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