Falcons Storm Mali Friday For AAG Qualifier

–Onyedinma leads team for All Africa Games qualifiers in Bamako

Chairman of the Nigeria Women League and member of the NFF Executive Committee, Chief (Mrs) Dilichukwu Onyedinma will be at the head of a 29-man delegation of the Senior Women National Football Team, Super Falcons to Mali for an 11th All-Africa Games qualifying match on Saturday.

The African champions will take on the Senior Women National Team of Mali in the first leg of the only round of qualifiers for the Women’s Football Tournament of the All-Africa Games, at the Stade Modibbo Keita in Bamako on Saturday, with kick–off set at 5pm Mali time (6pm Nigeria time).

Officials confirmed on Wednesday that the Falcons delegation will include 18 players and nine technical/administrative officials, as well as Assistant Director (Technical), Siji Lagunju.

The team will fly out from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja aboard an Ethiopian Airline flight on Thursday, to arrive in Bamako Friday afternoon.

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