Santos Ladies uprooted at home by Vasco da Gama

2017-08-22 06:00

Vasco da Gama caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

The visitors responded with a positive attitude and took charge of the match.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Southern Stars performed aggressively under pressure, while visitors Ikamva countered with attacking soccer.

Andisiwe Feni gave Southern Stars an early lead, which boosted her team’s positioning.

Deney Saaiers then strengthened her team’s lead with an excellent goal minutes before the break.

The visitors fought back and ignited the game after Anelisa Makeleni scored for them. Both teams were on their guard for this important derby.

Babalwa Mteto levelled the score for the visitors.

In the 75th minute Nabine Motha sealed the victory for the host with a classic winning goal.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team. Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds.

Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49 on Saturday.

The Roses impressed with their home-turf dominance.

Regional women’s leagueUCT (second on the log) thrashed Atlantis Leeds Ladies 3-0 in a tough away fixture played in Atlantis on Saturday.

The students were in a winning mood while Atlantis couldn’t regroup, even with home-turf advantage.

Cyndi Menkozi, Gretta Sindayihebura and Nina Katnis rattled the Atlantis’s defenders with their fast pace and goal-scoring volleys.

Phoenix Spurs narrowly beat Winnies Ladies 1-0 at Gugulethu stadium.

The visitors arrived with a positive attitude and the hosts underestimated their archrivals.

Jamie-Lee Motlatsi, the visiting team’s agile striker, proved herself yet again when she dribble past the sleepy Winnies defenders and powerfully scored past the hosts’ goalkeeper.

RV United defeated Ocean View 5-0 at Lingelethu stadium on Saturday. RV kept the fort for most of the game whilst Ocean View experienced a drought.

Vasco da Gama Ladies caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos Ladies 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

The visitors responded with a positive attitude and took charge of the match.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Southern Stars performed aggressively under pressure, while visitors Ikamva countered with attacking ­soccer.

Andisiwe Feni gave Southern Stars an early lead, which boosted her team’s positioning.

Deney Saaiers then strengthened her team’s lead with an excellent goal minutes before the break.

The visitors fought back and ignited the game after Anelisa Makeleni scored for them.

Both teams were on their guard for this important derby.

Babalwa Mteto levelled the score for the visitors.

In the 75th minute Nabine Motha sealed the victory for the host with a classic winning goal.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team.

Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds.

Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49 on Saturday.

The Roses impressed with their home-turf dominance.

Regional women’s league

UCT (second on the log) thrashed Atlantis Leeds Ladies 3-0 in a tough away fixture played in Atlantis on Saturday.

The students were in a winning mood while Atlantis couldn’t regroup, even with home-turf advantage.

Cyndi Menkozi, Gretta Sindayihebura and Nina Katnis rattled the Atlantis’s defenders with their fast pace and goal-scoring volleys.

Phoenix Spurs narrowly beat Winnies Ladies 1-0 at Gugulethu stadium.

The visitors arrived with a positive attitude and the hosts underestimated their archrivals.

Jamie-Lee Motlatsi, the visiting team’s agile striker, proved herself yet again when she dribble past the sleepy Winnies defenders and powerfully scored past the hosts’ goalkeeper.

RV United defeated Ocean View 5-0 at Lingelethu stadium on Saturday.

RV kept the fort for most of the game whilst Ocean View experienced a drought.

Vasco da Gama Ladies caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos Ladies 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

The visitors responded with a positive attitude and took charge of the match.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Southern Stars performed aggressively under pressure, while visitors Ikamva countered with attacking ­soccer.

Andisiwe Feni gave Southern Stars an early lead, which boosted her team’s positioning.

Deney Saaiers then strengthened her team’s lead with an excellent goal minutes before the break.

The visitors fought back and ignited the game after Anelisa Makeleni scored for them.

Both teams were on their guard for this important derby.

Babalwa Mteto levelled the score for the visitors.

In the 75th minute Nabine Motha sealed the victory for the host with a classic winning goal.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team.

Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds.

Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49 on Saturday.

The Roses impressed with their home-turf dominance.

Regional women’s league

UCT (second on the log) thrashed Atlantis Leeds Ladies 3-0 in a tough away fixture played in Atlantis on Saturday.

The students were in a winning mood while Atlantis couldn’t regroup, even with home-turf advantage.

Cyndi Menkozi, Gretta Sindayihebura and Nina Katnis rattled the Atlantis’s defenders with their fast pace and goal-scoring volleys.

Phoenix Spurs narrowly beat Winnies Ladies 1-0 at Gugulethu stadium.

The visitors arrived with a positive attitude and the hosts underestimated their archrivals.

Jamie-Lee Motlatsi, the visiting team’s agile striker, proved herself yet again when she dribble past the sleepy Winnies defenders and powerfully scored past the hosts’ goalkeeper.

RV United defeated Ocean View 5-0 at Lingelethu stadium on Saturday.

RV kept the fort for most of the game whilst Ocean View experienced a drought.

Vasco da Gama caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team. Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds. Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49.

Vasco da Gama Ladies caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos Ladies 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

The visitors responded with a positive attitude and took charge of the match.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Southern Stars performed aggressively under pressure, while visitors Ikamva countered with attacking ­soccer.

Andisiwe Feni gave Southern Stars an early lead, which boosted her team’s positioning.

Deney Saaiers then strengthened her team’s lead with an excellent goal minutes before the break.

The visitors fought back and ignited the game after Anelisa Makeleni scored for them.

Both teams were on their guard for this important derby.

Babalwa Mteto levelled the score for the visitors.

In the 75th minute Nabine Motha sealed the victory for the host with a classic winning goal.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team.

Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds.

Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49 on Saturday.

The Roses impressed with their home-turf dominance.

Regional women’s league

UCT (second on the log) thrashed Atlantis Leeds Ladies 3-0 in a tough away fixture played in Atlantis on Saturday.

The students were in a winning mood while Atlantis couldn’t regroup, even with home-turf advantage.

Cyndi Menkozi, Gretta Sindayihebura and Nina Katnis rattled the Atlantis’s defenders with their fast pace and goal-scoring volleys.

Phoenix Spurs narrowly beat Winnies Ladies 1-0 at Gugulethu stadium.

The visitors arrived with a positive attitude and the hosts underestimated their archrivals.

Jamie-Lee Motlatsi, the visiting team’s agile striker, proved herself yet again when she dribble past the sleepy Winnies defenders and powerfully scored past the hosts’ goalkeeper.

RV United defeated Ocean View 5-0 at Lingelethu stadium on Saturday.

RV kept the fort for most of the game whilst Ocean View experienced a drought.

Vasco da Gama Ladies caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos Ladies 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

The visitors responded with a positive attitude and took charge of the match.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Southern Stars performed aggressively under pressure, while visitors Ikamva countered with attacking ­soccer.

Andisiwe Feni gave Southern Stars an early lead, which boosted her team’s positioning.

Deney Saaiers then strengthened her team’s lead with an excellent goal minutes before the break.

The visitors fought back and ignited the game after Anelisa Makeleni scored for them.

Both teams were on their guard for this important derby.

Babalwa Mteto levelled the score for the visitors.

In the 75th minute Nabine Motha sealed the victory for the host with a classic winning goal.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team.

Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds.

Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49 on Saturday.

The Roses impressed with their home-turf dominance.

Regional women’s league

UCT (second on the log) thrashed Atlantis Leeds Ladies 3-0 in a tough away fixture played in Atlantis on Saturday.

The students were in a winning mood while Atlantis couldn’t regroup, even with home-turf advantage.

Cyndi Menkozi, Gretta Sindayihebura and Nina Katnis rattled the Atlantis’s defenders with their fast pace and goal-scoring volleys.

Phoenix Spurs narrowly beat Winnies Ladies 1-0 at Gugulethu stadium.

The visitors arrived with a positive attitude and the hosts underestimated their archrivals.

Jamie-Lee Motlatsi, the visiting team’s agile striker, proved herself yet again when she dribble past the sleepy Winnies defenders and powerfully scored past the hosts’ goalkeeper.

RV United defeated Ocean View 5-0 at Lingelethu stadium on Saturday.

RV kept the fort for most of the game whilst Ocean View experienced a drought.

Vasco da Gama Ladies caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos Ladies 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

The visitors responded with a positive attitude and took charge of the match.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Southern Stars performed aggressively under pressure, while visitors Ikamva countered with attacking ­soccer.

Andisiwe Feni gave Southern Stars an early lead, which boosted her team’s positioning.

Deney Saaiers then strengthened her team’s lead with an excellent goal minutes before the break.

The visitors fought back and ignited the game after Anelisa Makeleni scored for them.

Both teams were on their guard for this important derby.

Babalwa Mteto levelled the score for the visitors.

In the 75th minute Nabine Motha sealed the victory for the host with a classic winning goal.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team.

Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds.

Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49 on Saturday.

The Roses impressed with their home-turf dominance.

Regional women’s league

UCT (second on the log) thrashed Atlantis Leeds Ladies 3-0 in a tough away fixture played in Atlantis on Saturday.

The students were in a winning mood while Atlantis couldn’t regroup, even with home-turf advantage.

Cyndi Menkozi, Gretta Sindayihebura and Nina Katnis rattled the Atlantis’s defenders with their fast pace and goal-scoring volleys.

Phoenix Spurs narrowly beat Winnies Ladies 1-0 at Gugulethu stadium.

The visitors arrived with a positive attitude and the hosts underestimated their archrivals.

Jamie-Lee Motlatsi, the visiting team’s agile striker, proved herself yet again when she dribble past the sleepy Winnies defenders and powerfully scored past the hosts’ goalkeeper.

RV United defeated Ocean View 5-0 at Lingelethu stadium on Saturday.

RV kept the fort for most of the game whilst Ocean View experienced a drought.

Vasco da Gama caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team. Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds. Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49.

Vasco da Gama caused a major upset on Saturday when they beat Santos 3-2 in a nail-biting Sasol Safa Cape Town women’s league second round encounter played in Crawford on Saturday.

Santos, despite having home-turf advantage, went into shock after their strikers failed to secure victory after undergoing several changes.

Danielle Clayford (2) and Kim Nicholson played with vigour, scoring for Vasco, which steered the game away from the hosts.

Santos’s goal scorers were Lucinda Croy and Megan Gain.

In an electrifying encounter played at Loerie Park stadium, Southern Stars Ladies narrowly beat Ikamva FC 3-2.

Spurs Ladies easily beat Portia United 7-0 at William Herbert sports ground.

Spurs used their team spirit and reduced the visitors to mere spectators.

A match-winning display by Erin Adams, double hat-trick scorer, took the game away from a struggling visiting team. Jessica Williams scored a magnificent goal for her team to rub more salt into the visiting rivals’ wounds. Cape Town Roses demolished Manenberg Ladies 18-0 in a one-sided league fixture played in NY49.

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