Western Based side Vihiga Queens today they got their important win of the season thus giving them all three points. According to women premier league matches played today the derby of the day was between Vihiga Queens and Ulinzi women the match ended in favor of Vihiga Queens who won two nill thus getting all three points.
Vihiga Queens showed their skills of playing soccer to their opponents who failed to stop Vihiga Queens strikers from netting goals. All two goals of Vihiga Queens were scored by Engesha who is one of top players to be watched this season. Furthermore,Vihiga Queens goalkeeper was happy this is because she said that she has started new season with a clean sheet which is important to every goalkeeper who wants to achieve more awards in her career.
This indeed is a very good start for Vihiga Queens who have started new season with high expectations. We wish them all the best in their coming matches. Below is a link for the full video.
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