Black Queens Striker Princella Adubea won her first trophy with Spanish Primer Iberdrola side, Sporting de Huelva.
Adubea and her side, Huelva won the first edition of the Colombia Women’s Soccer Cup, held at the Nuevo Colombino Stadium in the format ‘3 in 1’, after beating Sevilla FC 1-0 and CD Tacón, which will turn into Real Madrid Femenino next season, 2:1.
Coach Antonio Toledo’s masterminded a two straight victory against his traditional opponents in a classic drama with slim victories.
The tournament began with Sevilla and CD Taking sharing the spoils in a goalless drawn game before Huelva picked up from there with two straight victories to secure the first of its kind trophy.
Sporting de Huelva and CD Tacon a team that will become Real Madrid Femenino next season was the match that closed the tournament and it ended 2:1, in favour of the Huelva to lift the maiden trophy.
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