Kano Pillars, the defending champions, extended their resurgence in the Ardova Handball Premier League by defeating Edo Dynamos 37-30 in a match held in Lagos. Although Pillars had initially faced challenges in the league, they have secured wins to improve their position in the standings.
In Monday’s game against Edo Dynamos, Kano Pillars displayed a direct approach and capitalized on their opportunities to secure the victory. Coach Solomon Yola expressed confidence that the win would enhance their chances of finishing in the top three positions at the end of the league on Saturday.
Yola acknowledged the difficulties they faced, noting that they had let slip games they should have won. Despite challenges, the coach emphasized their commitment to winning every game and mentioned ongoing efforts to rebuild the team.
In the female category, Plateau Peacocks triumphed over Rima Queens with a score of 20-14. The closely contested match saw the Peacocks capitalizing on their chances for success. In another game, Seasider Babes of Lagos defeated Bayelsa Queens 35-30, showcasing their superiority despite facing strong opposition.
Safety Babes, leading the table, continued their unbeaten streak by defeating Imo Grasshoppers 31-24. Safety Babes have won 14 games and drawn one. In additional matchups, Defender Babes secured a victory over Benue Queens with a score of 34-19, while Confluence Stars defeated Correction Boys 28-23.