Swaziland beats Baby Gladiators

27 Aug 2017 20:30pm
WINDHOEK, 27 AUG (NAMPA) – Swaziland’s national women’s team beat Namibia’s Under-20 team, Baby Gladiators by four goals to three in a penalty shootout following a two-all draw at the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Technical Centre on Sunday.
This was Swaziland’s second game in two days following their arrival in the country Friday night.
They lost their first match by three goals to two to the senior women’s team, the Gladiators.
Namibia scored through Kyle van Wyk in the first half and Lillie Kasheeta in the second half, while Swaziland replied in the second half through double scorer Nqobile Dlamini.
Swaziland immediately left after the match with their coach expressing satisfaction with their two match practice.
The matches were organised by the two football associations in preparation for the upcoming 2017 Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (Cosafa) Women’s Senior tournament scheduled for Bulawayo, Zimbabwe from 13 to 24 September.
The Under-20 teams are preparing for their first leg qualifier against South Africa scheduled for 18 September in Johannesburg.
(NAMPA)
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