The league began on July 24 with 16 teams grouped into four and the first round of matches concluded on Aug. 7.
Bayelsa Queens however topped Group C with nine points from three matches and coach Moses Aduku says the next round of matches may not be easy.
“The first round of matches were tough, but we expect a tougher competition in the second round since we are leading the group and are defending champions of the league.
“On our part, we are training hard to ensure we retain our title this season,” Aduku said.
Meanwhile , Amazons ended the first round with four points alongside Sunshine Queens while Kaduna Queens acquired only one point.
The next round of the league resumes on Aug. 28.
(Edited by Gregg Mmaduakolam and Olawale Alabi)
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