Bayelsa Queens Star Anjor Mary Can’t Wait For The Start Of The New NWFL Premiership Season.

“Expectations are certainly lofty for the Yenagoa based side, after a great 2021 season, which eventually saw them losing out at the Super 6 Championship to rival Rivers Angels in Ijebu-Ode.”

In two days from now, Bayelsa Queens will take on Sunshine Queens in Akure to begin the new Premier League season.

Expectations are certainly lofty for the Yenagoa based side, after a great 2021 season, which eventually saw them losing out at the Super 6 Championship to rival Rivers Angels in Ijebu-Ode.

Anjor Mary went on to play an important role as her team went on to win the AITEO Cup, with the forward getting double accolades as top-scorer and Most Valuable player (MVP).

Speaking with, the former Osun Babes forward said she can’t wait for the new season to begin.

“Certainly, I can’t wait for the start of the new season. We have prepared very well and are good to go,” She said.

“Our first game is away to Sunshine Queens, who I see as a very formidable team and are always very solid at home. We feel so confident going into the game on Wednesday.

“Our main aim is to top our league and do very well at the Super 6, this time around, we won’t take any chances.” She concluded.

Bayelsa Queens will play in Group B of the 2022 NWFL Premiership alongside FC Robo Queens, Abia Angels, Delta Queens, Rivers Angels, Sunshine Queens and Royal Queens. They will play their first game on Wednesday against Sunshine Queens in Akure.

“Expectations are certainly lofty for the Yenagoa based side, after a great 2021 season, which eventually saw them losing out at the Super 6 Championship to rival Rivers Angels in Ijebu-Ode.”

NWFL Super 6: Aduku ‘Optimistic’ Despite Bayelsa Queens Troubles

Bayelsa Queens manager Moses Aduku insists he is still optimistic at the NWFL Premiership giants look to shrug off a poor run of form in the ongoing Super 6 Competition at the Otunba Dipo Dina International Stadium, Ijebu-ode.

The ‘Gloryland’ girls drew their first game against Sunshine Queens, before shockingly losing 2-0 to Lagos based side, FC Robo Queens on tuesday afternoon.

Aduku, whose team was on top of the log, before the league was halted for the Super 6, told, that despite the shortcomings and slow start to the Super 6, his team will keep fighting until they get it right.

“We knew it wasn’t going to be a bed of roses, every team that came to the Super 6 aren’t pushovers. FC Robo Queens got their chances and took them.

“We didn’t play well, the way we should and it’s a lesson to all of us, as we will keep pushing until we get the results required from us. We need to improve towards our next game and show the qualities we posses.

Bayelsa Queens are presently bottom on the Super 6 log and will face familiar rival and neighbor Rivers Angels in the first game on thursday morning.

Bayelsa Queens Gets Big Win Against Ibom Angels To Remain Ontop.

Bayelsa Queens FC of Yenagoa put on their best performance of the season so far in the Nigerian Women Football League matchday Eight encounter at the Dan Ayiam Stadium, Owerri by outclassing Ibom Angels of Uyo by Four goals to nil.

Playing a home game away from their traditional Samson Siasia Stadium in Yenagoa, due to the one match banishment by the Women League Board, the Gloryland Girls made good used of the opportunity to record their biggest win so far.

The game kicked off on a past pace with back from injury striker Anjor Mary tapping into an empty net after Precious Vincent layed her up in the 12th minutes. Joy Bokiri doubled the advantage for her side when she rounded up the Goalkeeper of Ibom Angels Lucky Andy on 40th minutes to end the first half with a two goals lead.

The Uyo Girls had barley settled down for the second half when Bayelsa Queens Goalkeeper Onyinyechi Okeke long kick was lashed on by Anjor Mary to score her second and Bayelsa Queens third on 47th minutes.

The Akwa Ibom Girls stated making some forays into the Bayelsa Queens box and playing some good passes when the coach made a double substitution. But any hope of a comeback was extinguished when Super Sub Charity Rueben’s 35 yards screamer caught Goalkeeper Lucky Andy napping in the 82nd minutes to end the game as a contest.

Technical Adviser of Bayelsa Queens FC Moses Aduku was elated that her girls used the banishment to make a statement of intent by scoring four beautiful goals and said that the target is to win the league this season.

Interim Coach of Ibom Angels Prince Usen was disappointed with the performance of his girls particularly in the first half and also for the below par showing of Goalkeeper Lucky Andy. But promised to beef up the team when the new management is setup probably before the second stanza of the season.

On her part, Anjor Mary was happy to be back playing and helping her team to secure this victory and remaining top of the league table. Bayelsa Queens next travels to Oshogbo to take on Osun Babes in their matchday 9.

NWFL Premiership: Aduku Says Bayelsa Queens Are Not Favourite To Win The League

Bayelsa Queens Head Coach Moses Aduku has brushed away suggestions Bayelsa Queens are the favourite to win the 2021 NWFL Premiership title.

Most women football pundits feel Bayelsa Queens have all it takes to win the NWFL Premiership title they may won in 2018, but Aduku in an exclusive interview with believes there are too many strong teams in the league and it’s difficult to predict now.

” It’s too early to say right now, we are just starting the league and still have many games to play. He told

” Every team playing in the league is favourite, anyone can end up winning the league. It has to do with how consistent you are as a team. No one thought FC Robo Queens will go all the way to defeat Nasarawa Amazons in Lafia, no one gave it to Osun Babes to win in Uyo , so we should understand that it’s not what football pundits says that really matters.

” They might have the feeling that we have a very good squad and even the bench is filled with good players, we won the Flying Officers Cup and also won our first game against Sunshine Queens, but these things goes beyond just few games. It is a long process. He concluded.

Bayelsa Queens won their first game of the league against Sunshine Queens and will travel down to Lafia to face Nasarawa Amazons in Lafia, where they won last season with Anjor Mary scoring a brace.

NWFL Premiership: Week 1 Review: Edo Queens And Delta Queens Dominate While Nasarawa Amazons, Ibom Angels Fail To Win At Home

The 2021 NWFL Premiership got underway on wednesday with the match-day one fixtures played across seven centres in the country which created some thrilling moments in the Nigeria Women Football top-tier.

The first match of the new season recorded 19 goals, two away victories, a draw and four home wins.

Nasarawa Amazons 0 FC Robo 1

Nasarawa Amazons on rWednesday lost their second consecutive league opener at home. In 2019, the “Solid Babes” lost their first game at home to Bayelsa Queens with Anjor Mary scoring a brace in that encounter.

The home team created alot of goal scoring chances in the first half, but failed to convert them, however they were punished in the 32nd minute through FC Robo’s young forward Shobowale Rukayat.

Ibom Angels 0 Osun Babes 1

Osun Babes started the season in an impressive fashion with a win at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium, Uyo. The opening half hour left much to be desired as both teams struggled to make strings of successful passes, but Osun Babes woke up after the mark. Yetunde Fajobi sent in a low cross that was met by Yemisi Samuel and the forward wasted no time in converting coolly to give the Omoluabi Queens an away victory.

Bayelsa Queens 2 Sunshine Queens 1

Bayelsa Queens Captain Joy Jerry started the season with aplomb as she led the Restoration Ladies to a 2-1 win over strong opponent Sunshine Queens FC.

Precious Vincent who just joined from Sunshine Queens scored the second goal in the 27th minute, while Seun Fakunle reduced the deficit in the 41st minute.

Edo Queens 4 Royal Queens 1

Edo Queens enjoyed total control over their opponents from the blast of the whistle. It was a comfortable win for the Rollandson Odeh girls as they romped over their neighbours Royal Queens by 4-1. Tessy Biahwo scored twice for the “Obaseki Girls” while Taibat Odueke also got her name on the scoring list.

Confluence Queens 1 Rivers Angels 1

The hosts played a good game, regularly threatening Ibubeleye Whyte in the first ten minutes of the game and got rewarded in the 7th minute through Glory Edet, but Regina Otu got Rivers Angels levelled in the 14th minute to make it 1-1.

Abia Angels 2 Pelican Stars 0

Abia Angels played an impressive attacking game against Pelican Stars at the Umuahia Township Stadium on Wednesday evening. Margeret Ademulegun’s sublime free-kick in the 15th minute handed the ‘Angels from the East’ a lead before Jane Abraham doubled in the 47th minute to give the host a 2-0 victory over the Ayade Ladies.

Delta Queens 4 DreamStar Ladies 1

Delta Queens started off the 2021 campaign with a big win over Lagos based team DreamStar Ladies in Agbor. Former Jokodolu Babes forward Dominance Odubanjo scored a brace, while Iyasere Gift and Agbonu Aghogho netted to make it four, before Bankole Sofiat scored a consolation goal in the 77th minute.