As hostilities continue in the very entertaining Nigerian Women’s Professional League, Super 4 at the Samuel Osaigbovo Ogbemudia Stadium in one of the fastest developing city, Benin, Delta Queens skipper, Joy Jegede feels she will lift the trophy on Friday afternoon, when the final is held.
With a win and a draw, Delta trails Nasarawa Amazons who have a hundred percent performance and six points in the kitty.
Speaking to the media on the sidelines after her side were forced to a 1-1draw by Bayelsa Queens, Jegede the very inspirational skipper said she can see herself with the trophy on Friday.
“We have crossed our greatest hurdle and on Thursday we can handle Nasarawa and also play them in the final. We are playing as if we are at home, don’t forget that I am an Edo/Bendel lady, the trophy won’t leave here, I swear.”
But Bayelsa Queens Head Coach, Tonye Amabebe who fancies his side’s chances of making it to the final with only one point in the kitty, thinks Jegede, will be shocked and she is hoping that Nasarawa will claim all points against Delta to give his team an easy passage.
The stage is indeed set for a crucial Thursday in the NWPL Super 4.