05 Jul 2014 10:10am
WINDHOEK, 05 JUN (NAMPA) The Eldorado High School is leading the log standing of the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Womens Under-20 League.
Eight schools based in Windhoek, Okahandja, Rehoboth, and the Galz & Goals team are participating in the league, which aims to develop women players, while producing players for the annual Zone VI competition, and essentially the senior national team.
This years Zone VI Games will take place in Zimbabwe in December this year.
The NFA said in a statement availed to Nampa on Thursday Eldorado won all four of its games thus far, and now have 12 points.
It beat A. Shipena High School 8-1, Cosmos High School 13-0, Centaurus High School 8-0, and Jan Jonker High School 5-0.
Second on the log is Rehoboth-based M&K Gertze High School with 10 points, following wins over A. Shipena (2-0), Hochland High School (7-0), and Centaurus (5-0), and a 1-1 draw against the Galz & Goals team.
Centaurus are in third place with nine points, following three wins and two defeats from five games, with the Galz & Goals team in fourth place with four points from one victory and one draw.
Okahandja High School are fourth with one point from a draw and a loss.
Jan Jonker are in fifth place after two defeats and one draw, followed by A. Shipena in sixth place after one draw and three defeats.
Cosmos are seventh after three games in which they drew once and lost twice.
At the bottom of the table is Hochland, which only played once, a game they lost to M & K Gertze 0-7.
The Under-20 league is played at the Eldorado High School Sports Field in the capital, as well as the NFA Technical Centre.