Vivian Konadu Adjei’s 85th goal was all Edna Quagraine’s charges needed to beat Immigration Ladies in match-day 11 of the Women’s Premier League (WPL) played at the Mcdan La Town Park on Sunday.

Immigration ladies FC scored first courtesy Linda Aba Mensah’s 10th-minute goal but Thunder Queens fought hard in the second half to end the match 2-1 in favor of the visitors.
Immigration ladies led at half-time when goalkeeper Safiatu Salifu failed to stop Aba Mensah’s snap-shot from in the 12-yard box.

Aba Mensah pounced on a mistake by Thunder Queens’ defence to punish their opponent but their excitement left when Deborah Opoku expertly taken penalty to draw level.

With five minutes left to end regulation time, Konadu Adjei headed home Thunder Queens’ second to walk away with the maximum points.

The win gives Thunder Queens 11 points after 11 matches with Immigration ladies still stuck at five points.

Vivian Konadu Adjei was named the NASCO player of the match.

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