Highbury Ladies score 23 goals

2016-09-28 06:00
Zwide All Stars players and their Head Coach Thembelani Vena. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Zwide All Stars players and their Head Coach Thembelani Vena. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

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THE Highbury Ladies collected 23 goals to win both of their SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay Women’s Regional League games recently.

The Highbury Ladies secured an easy 7-4 away victory when they locked horns with the Hearts at Lawson Brown High School Field in their first game.

The Bridgemeade outfit registered an emphatic 16-0 home triumph to Kleinskool-side, the Eleven Attackers. Bodene Shatterprufe also accumulated six points in their double header.

Bodene snatched a hard-earned away 2-1 win from the Hearts at Lawson Brown High School in their first game. In the Northern Areas derby, Bodene salvaged a well-deserved 2-0 victory in their game that was against Warriors at Dower College Campus Ground.

Vuku Wanderers were held into a 1-1 draw by Warriors at Chevrolet Stadium. Young Aces went down 2-0 into the hands of PE United at Veeplaas Stadium.

The Kwaza United Brothers (KUBS) rubbed salt into the wounds of Eleven Attackers when they overcame the Kleinskool side 2-0 at Chevrolet Stadium.

The Nobuhle Ladies, who have had a hard time since the start of the season, managed to snatch an all-important 1-0 win from Young Aces at Jabavu Stadium.

The Vuku Wanderers conquered their neighbours KUBS 1-0 in their enterprising clash at Chevrolet Stadium. The Zwide All Stars, African Chiefs and Tomorrow Stars each had a bye.

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