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Confluence Queens Fall Short Against Edo Queens in NWFL Super Six Opener

Confluence Queens winger, Mary Amudu, has expressed her disappointment after her team began their quest for NWFL Super Six glory with a heavy defeat, losing 5-1 to Edo Queens in the opening match.

Assessing her performance after the game, the talented winger spoke to NAIRASPORTS, stating, “It wasn’t a good performance from me. Today is one of those days that the whole team didn’t perform well. Personally, this isn’t my level of outing. We didn’t play to the game plan; this isn’t Confluence Queens, this isn’t my club that I know. But it’s not all over; we will try and do well in the next game.”

The Kogi-based side was without their first-choice goalkeeper, Sylvia Echefu, who was replaced in the starting lineup by Ruth Ogana. “The absence of our first-choice goalkeeper impacted our performance,” Mary revealed. “We’ll have to find solutions moving forward.”

In the match, Emem Essien opened the scoring for Edo Queens in the 13th minute before Merit Offor equalized for Confluence Queens with a stunning goal. Further goals from Goodness Osigwe and Chioma Moses steered Edo Queens clear. Emem Essien and Goodness Osigwe each completed their braces, sealing the comprehensive victory.

Looking ahead, Mary remains focused on her personal goals. “The race for the golden boot is still on,” she declared, despite not scoring in the first match. She’s currently behind Emem Essien and Goodness Osigwe, who both lead the charts with two goals each.

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