Faith Inegbedion turns her focus back to Edo Dynamos’ quest to top the 2019 handball league after qualifying Nigeria for the All Africa Games in Morocco.
Inegbedion told www.aclsports.com that her team is ready for the 2019 Prudent Energy Handball League which kicks off next week Tuesday.
Inegbedion who was adjudged the Most Valuable Player in the women’s category said she is not under pressure to help Edo Dynamos succeed this season.
She said, “We are fully ready to play the league next week. Last season, Edo Dynamos placed 6th in the first phase but moved to 4th after the end of the second phase in Lagos; I know we can deliver by the grace of God.
“I know a lot of responsibilities have been placed on me because I was voted the Most Valuable Player last season; I am not under pressure and will play my game”.
The former Seasiders Babes player said qualifying for the 2019 All African Games means a lot to her.
She said, “I am very happy to qualify for this year’s All African Games in Morocco. In 2015, we lost the bronze medal match narrowly but this time around, I will give my best in ensuring Nigeria wins a medal at the Games”