Champions of the 2023 Delta State Football Association, (DFA) Cup final have emerged.
Warri Wolves Fc and Delta Queens of Asaba were crowned as champions after defeating their rivals at the Stephen Keshi Stadium in Asaba on Sunday.
Warri Wolves FC walloped two times finalist from Kwale Osevan Football Club 2 goals to nill at the fiercely contested football fiasco.
Warri Wolves Football Club defeated hard fighting 2022 finalist Osevan Football Club of Kwale 2-0 to win the title.
They have therefore qualified to represent Delta State at 2023 National Federations Cup Tournament.
In an interview, Coach Jolomi Atune of Warri Wolves, commended his boys for the feat achieved, but said the focus now is on the Nigeria National league ( NNL) and the Aiteo Cup Competition.
On the women side, Coach of Delta Queens, Tosan Bob Blankson in an interview said that he has been able to meet up three of his set target and he can now focus on the big one, the Super Six Competition coming up shortly to determine the overall champions of the National Women Football League (NWFL).
He emphasized that , ‘we have won the regular league season (Group A) of the NWFL Premiership and qualified for the Super Six tournament and now champions of the DFA Cup, all in one week. Our target now, is to win the Super Six Competition in the month of May, we shall keep working hard to achieve our target”.
The Delta State Sports Commission boss, Mr. Tonobok Okowa lauded participants at the tourney, assuring that the state is on the move to more greater heights in forthcoming events.
Vice chair DFA Steve Cole who was elated at the outcome of the competition described it as good omen.
High point of the colourful ceremony held at the Stephen Keshi stadium in Asaba, was the presentation of Medals, trophies and other awards to the winners by the Delta State Sports Commission boss Tonobok Okowa and Chief Solomon Ogba, Vice chairman Nigeria Olympic Committee.