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NWFL Super 6: Heartland Queens qualifies for first ever Super 6

Posted : 13 May 2024

As the clock ticks relentlessly toward the kickoff of the 2023/24 NWFL Premiership Super Six playoffs in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, from May 16 to 26, Heartland Queens, debutants at the nation's premier football event, bring a wealth of experience to the table. Spearheaded by their leader and manager, Obi Regan Ogbala, the Owerri-based team made history during the 2023/24 NWFL Premiership regular season by securing qualification to the Super Six playoffs with a match to spare.


Ogbala's achievement is a testament to his vast experience acquired from coaching numerous clubs, including the renowned Rivers Angels, Pelican Stars, and Nasarawa Amazons, among others. Tasked by Governor Dist. Sen. Hope Uzodinma to guide Heartland Queens to the elite football showdown, Ogbala embraced the challenge with determination and drew from his extensive knowledge to propel his team into contention alongside heavyweights like Rivers Angels, Bayelsa Queens, Nasarawa Amazons, Confluence Queens, and Edo Queens.


Known for his silent achievements and adept maneuvering in the football arena, Ogbala's presence on the sidelines has sparked discussions among pundits. Despite Heartland Queens' status as newcomers facing perennial champions, Ogbala's track record instills confidence that the team could upset the established order and emerge victorious.


With renewed backing from Governor Uzodinma and Chief Sports Officer Hon. Obinna Onyeocha, Ogbala is under pressure to deliver the Super Six title to Imo State. As the countdown to the tournament intensifies and preparations reach a climax, anticipation builds for a fiercely contested showdown among the top six teams: Heartland Queens, Rivers Angels, Bayelsa Queens, Nasarawa Amazons, Confluence Queens, and Edo Queens.


This year's NWFL Premiership Super Six playoffs will employ a round-robin format to determine the national champions and contenders for the continental stage. The lush green turf of the iconic Samson Siasia Stadium in Yenagoa awaits the arrival of the teams, promising an exhilarating display of football artistry from the best clubs in the country.


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