After losing 1-2 to Danaaz Ladies recently, Prince Kazeem Eletu Queens Football are back on their winning way as they humbled Nakamura Football Academy 4-0 in a friendly match played recently at Agege Stadium, Lagos.

The friendly match was played in prepration for Eletu Queens ahead of nationwide league whick kicked off next week Monday at Ijebu- Ode, Ogun State.
All the four goals came in the first half as Femi Oshundina scored brace, while Peace Ikediuba and Zanaib Fabuwale scored one goal each to confirm their supremacy over Nakamura FA.
Both teams created scoring chances in the second half but failed to convert their chances.
Eletu Queens coach Jaiyeola Damilare said he was satisfied with the team’s performance saying that he still need to work on their goal scoring before the commencement of nationwide league scheduled for Ijebu-Ode next Monday.
“My girls were better and purposeful against their opponents. They took their chances in the first half which helped us to win convincingly. We still need to play one or to friendlies to intensify our preparation for nationwide league,” he said.
Oshundina who scored two goals for Eletu Queens said her best is yet to come saying that her target is to qualify her team for championship.
Nakamura coach, Vianney Rotimi said he lost the match because he did not come with her best players and also played some players out of position.
“We lost to Eletu Queens because I played many of my players out of position in the first half. Our second half was better unfortunately we could not convert our chances,” he said.