Rasheedat Ajibade’s brace hands FC Robo Lagos Women FA Cup title

Tolu Olasoji
The Super Falcons’ forward was on target twice as Emmanuel Osahon’s ladies secured the title on Saturday afternoon

FC Robo secured their first silverware of the season after defeating rivals Young Talents 99 2-0 in the Lagos Women FA Cup final.

First half double from Rasheedat Ajibade powered Emmanuel Osahon’s side to the title against the opposition they beat to win the 2017 edition.

A 20-yard free-kick from the youngster put here side ahead in the opening minutes of the cracker played at the Agege Stadium.

Her ferocious volley a few minutes later handed her side a two-goal lead as they took the scoreline into the halftime break.

In the second half, both teams came out strongly but were unable to get more goals – though FC Robo missed several clear-cut chances.

Both teams will represent Lagos State in this year’s Federations Cup to commence later this year.



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