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NWFL: Heartland Queens targets to conquer Confluence Queens

Heartland Queens Aim to take down Nasarawa Amazons in NWFL Premiership

Inspired by their recent victories, Heartland Queens are gearing up for a fierce battle against Confluence Queens at the Dan Anyiam Stadium in Owerri on Wednesday, December 6.

The match, part of NWFL Premiership matchday 4, promises to be an intense encounter between the two teams.

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This clash marks the first-ever league meeting between the premier league sides, with memories still fresh from their previous encounter in the 2023 Federation Cup round of 32 in Asaba.

Heartland Queens emerged victorious on that occasion, and both teams are eager to secure a win in this league matchup.

Heartland Queens, led by their coach Obi Ogbala, are in high spirits, boasting key players such as Lucky Mary, Chinedu Chinaka, Onyinyechi Kalu, and Chimebere Opara.

The return of Lucky Mary to top form significantly boosts the team. Goalkeeper Uchenna Chukwu, defenders Kelechi Orgii, Onyedikachi Ekezie, Chinyere Iheoma, and captain Ekaette Akpata form a solid defensive line.

The midfield will be orchestrated by players like Oluchi Okwara, Nwabueze Charles, Chidinma Anaele, and Oluchi Ofoegbu, ensuring a well-rounded team effort.

Heartland Queens, one point behind Confluence Queens and leaders Nasarawa Amazons, is eyeing an outright victory to challenge for the top spot in the eight-team Group A standings.

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The team is coming off a victory against Abia Angels in Aba and aims to continue their winning streak.

Following the Confluence Queens showdown, Heartland Queens will embark on a journey to face Naija Ratels in Abuja for the NWFL Premiership matchday five clash.

The team’s determination and recent successes position them as serious contenders in the ongoing NWFL season.

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