Angels won two of the three matches they played in the group A in the preliminaries of the of the playoffs.
“We played well to earn our spot in the semi-finals stage; it is our first semi-final in our two years experience of playing in the playoffs.
“The players are more confident and ready for the next stage of the competition,’’ Assah said.
Theresa Mac-Dangusu, Angel’s Assistant Captain, told NAN that they had worked hard to beat IGP Queens.
She said the team was full of hope to meet their opponents in the semi-finals.
IGP Queens recorded 19-10, 32-26 and 46-42 scorelines in the three quarters but allowed Angels to tie the match at 62-62 few seconds before regulation time.
FCT Angel’s player, Ebere Okeke led her team to victory by scoring a total of 24 points.
The Police team coach, Abraham Ogaba said that girls lost the match due to inexperience.
“They made many mistakes and allowed FCT Angels get back into the game and snatched the victory from their hands.
“However, we are still a young team and we will continue to build and gather the necessary experience we need to thrive in the competition,’’ Ogaba said.
FCT Angels came second behind First Bank of Lagos who had recorded two straight games and ahead on points in the group stage.
FCT Angels lost their first group match to First Bank.
The Angels await the winner between First Deepwater of Lagos and Dolphins Club of Lagos in the last group A match to know their semi-finals pairing. (NAN)