NWFL Club Owners’ salutes Falode over Super 6 success

The NWFL Club Owners’ Chairmen/Team Managers Association has sent her warmest appreciation to the chairperson of the Nigeria Women Football League, Aisha Falode on her remarkable success at the just concluded 2021/2022 NWFL Premiership Super 6 in Benin City, Edo state.

The one-week football fiesta among the six top teams of the regular season namely the eventual champions, Bayelsa Queens, Nasarawa Amazons, Rivers Angels, Delta Queens, Edo Queens and newcomers, Naija Ratels went down in history of the annual event as the most celebrated, competitive, glamorous and well-organised NWFL prized competition.

For the first time, the NWFL prime football event received an emphatic boost through the sponsorship of Tulcan Energy Resources as well as huge support from the league sponsors, Peculiar Ultimate Concerns.

The NWFL Club Owners’ chairman, Matilda Otuene-Onyiloha (Mrs.) said the 100% turning curve and huge improvement could not have been possible if not the charismatic, doggedness and never-say-die attitude of the NWFL chairperson, the board and the backroom personnel of the secretariat.

“We want to say a huge thank you to the chairperson of the NWFL, Aisha Falode, the board members and secretariat for giving the entire football community a first class NWFL Premiership Super 6 at the just concluded edition in Benin City.

“The 2022 version of the NWFL Super 6 is a clear improvement to what was served to football loving families at the immediate past edition in Ijebu Ode, Ogun state.

“We acknowledged the turnaround impact of the sponsors of the NWFL Super 6, Tulcan Energy Resources and supports from the league sponsors, Peculiar Ultimate Concerns.

“The business partners did not just drop from the moon to queue behind the NWFL programmes, somebody somewhere must have worked tirelessly over the years to bring it to fruition.

“We say a big bountiful thank you to the NWFL chairperson, Aisha Falode for making what was originally thought to be impossible not only possible but a reality.

“The ambience and the mien were electrifying and infectious and the six teams truly enjoyed themselves to the fullest leading to the deserving emergence of Bayelsa Queens as champions.

“We are hopeful that the next edition will be mind-blowing and memorable,” said the NWFL Club Owners’ chairman.

The 2022 NWFL Premiership Super 6 in Benin City, Edo state produced four-time champions, Bayelsa Queens as champions and candidates for the sub-regional WAFU Zone playoff for the second edition of CAF Women’s Champions League. Rivers Angels as champions were the maiden candidates for the groundbreaking event in Egypt.