Arit Usang scored twice as Confluence Queens defeated Adamawa Queens on Friday afternoon to reach the final of the 2018/2019 NWPL Super 4.
An unreplied first half brace from Arit Usang means that Confluence Queens have made it to the final of the NWPL Super 4 for the first time in their history. It is important to note that they did it playing good football which should have seen them score more goals in the second half.
Usang open the scoring 3 minutes into the game when she capitalised on a rebound after Adamawa Queens goalkeeper Obadinma Nkiruka let the ball slip. Usang then completed her brace in the 26th minute to wrap up the win and send Confluence Queens to the 2018/2019 NWPL Super 4 final.
At 4pm on Sunday evening Confluence Queens will play Rivers Angels who defeated Bayelsa Queens on penalties, in the final while Adamawa Queens face Bayelsa Queens for the 3rd place medal by 2pm on Sunday afternoon.
Arit Usang might however be out for the final as she was seen limping after the match. While speaking to www.aclsports.com she also confirmed that she sustained an ankle injury but hopes to recover soon enough for Sunday’s final.