The Nigeria women football league, which kicked off late last year across the country, is gathering momentum.
Fourteen clubs are taking part in the championship that is being played both home and away.
The teams are the defending Champions Rivers Angels of Port Harcourt, Sunshine Queens of Akure, Confluence Queens of Lokoja, Delta Queens of Asaba, Nasarawa Amazons, Ibom Angels, and Osun Babes.
Others include Royal Queens of Warri, Pelican stars of Calabar, FC Robo of Lagos, Bayelsa Queens, Edo Queens and Ann Agumanu-Chiejine’s Abia Angels.
Meanwhile the Pelican Stars FC of Calabar recorded their first victory in the on-going competition recently when they defeated the Dream stars FC in Lagos by a lone goal.
Prior to that match, the Calabar based team had drawn their first two matches without impressing their followers and sponsors with good playing pattern.
However, the Pelican Stars are expected to walk on tight rope tomorrow when the defending Champions, the Rivers Angels of Port Harcourt storm the UJ Esuene stadium, Calabar to battle for the three vital points at stake.