Safety Babes led the game from the first half and went into the break at 14-10, and they never let off to ensure they won the game.
Speaking with NAN on the match later, the Chief Coach of Safety Shooters, Mohammed Bala, said they were well prepared to win the match.
“We were with good hopes of winning the game and we had been seriously working hard on it.
Meanwhile, in some male competition matches played, Plateau Vipers lost to D: Defender 29-33, while Confluence Stars lost to Safety Shooters 23-29.
Also, Delta Force lost to Niger United 25-34 while Rima Strikers defeated COAS Shooters 40-31.
Twelve teams are participating in the male category of the competition, while 10 teams are featuring in the female category.
NAN reports that the league which entered Match Day 12 on Wednesday started on Oct. 31 and will end on Saturday.(NAN)
Nov 11 2020 @ 22:45 GMT