Huge victory margins in women’s matches

2018-08-08 06:00
< The Dower LFC squad. Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

< The Dower LFC squad. Photo:SELBY MADIKANE

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FANS saw a number of their teams suffer huge defeats during the SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay Women’s Regional League games over the weekend.

NMU Madibaz punished PE United 4-1 at the South Campus Grounds, while Zwide All Stars supporters were overwhelmed when their side earned an emphatic 8-1 victory in their game against Vuku Wanderers at Zwide Stadium.

African Chiefs also embarrassed Vuku Wanderers 6-2 in their one-sided game.

Madibaz hammered Zwide All Stars 9-2 in front of their home supporters at Zwide Stadium, while Dower FC whacked Warriors 3-0 at PE College Dower Campus.

Other results:

Young Aces 2-1 Park United

Tomorrow Stars 0-2 Volcano Ladies

Shatterprufe 2-2 Dower LFC

KUBS 2-2 Madibaz

Volcano Ladies 1-1 Young Aces

Park United 0-0 Shatterprufe.


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