Spurs slam Southern Stars

2017-06-27 06:01

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Spurs women FC hammered Southern Stars women 6-0 in a Safa Sasol Cape Town women’s league match played at William Herbert sports ground on Saturday.

Spurs were in control of the game as the visitors failed to settle in.

With home-turf advantage, Spurs gained ground by outplaying their opponents with creative interplay.

Antonia Carelse (2), Erin Adams, Serenity Warner, Jennifer Martins and Abigail Petersen helped steer Spurs to victory with their goals.

RV United easily whipped Portia United 5-0 in their crucial fixture played at Mandela Park on Saturday. The host played second fiddle to a more disciplined RV United team who were in command of the game.

Lihle Qokela scored four goals in a superb performance. Striker Nikelwa Mdemka rubbed more salt in Portia United’s wounds with a magnificent goal.

Santos women buried Virgo women 4-1 in a titanic fixture played at Santos Academy.

Santos claimed early dominance. Virgo could not effectively counter them as the hosts dominated ball possession.

Chantay Norris, Celine Damons and Widaad Galant scored for Santos while Joy Lindi scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Vasco da Gama defeated Milano United women 2-0 in an exhilarating match played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco stamped their authority on the game. In the 23rd minute it was Kim Nicholson who opened the account for her team. Deychenelle Duffy sealed the game in the 66th minute after she scored from another attack when she volleyed the ball past the helpless goalkeeper.

. Other results

Ikamva FC 1, Burnley United 1

Safa regional women’s league

Winnies women defeated Lavender Hill women 6-0 in a Safa Cape Town regional women’s league match played at Gugulethu Stadium on Saturday.

Winnies played attacking soccer for most of the game and the visitors could not match their winning spirit.

Anganathi Booi (4), Siphiwokazi Nqogela and Avele Nyasha sealed the victory for Winnies with outstanding goals.

FC Tafelzucht women narrowly beat Phoenix Spurs women 1-0 in a derby played at Westridge Oval on Sunday.

Both teams gathered with a positive attitude to win this important match.

But it was hosts Tafelzucht who had the slight upper hand. Rolanda Emery, the hardworking Tafelzucht striker, was aware of the pressure and steered her team to a well-deserved win in the 77th minute.


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