V-Power Angels back to winning ways against Namib Daughters

18 Nov 2018 14:30pm
REHOBOTH, 18 NOV (NAMPA) – V-Power Angels were back to winning ways on Sunday after they defeated Namib Daughters 2-1 in the Skorpion Zinc Namibian Football Association (NFA) Women’s Super League.
The Windhoek-based team shrugged aside the disappointing 4-0 loss against rivals Tura Magic Ladies on Saturday to keep pace with the log leaders in the race for the title.
Angels scored through the boot of their number 10, Fiola Vliete, while Moriza Gawanas scored for Namib Daughters in a Round 8 match played at the NFA Technical Centre in Windhoek.
The victory puts Angels second on the log with 19 points, separated by a superior goal difference of 43 by Tura Magic who tops the log.
Angels played one match more than Tura Magic who has only played seven matches.
In another Round 8 match played Sunday at the same venue, Galz & Goals defeated Girls Football Academy 2-0.
Meanwhile, Khomas Namibian Police (NamPol) hammered Right Way on Saturday through goals by Shirley Cloete, Susanna Eises and a brace apiece by Iina Katuta and Twelikondjela Amukoto in a match also played at the NFA Technical Centre.
Tura Magic leads the log with 19 points from seven matches played, followed by V-Power Angels also on 19 points from eight matches, but with an inferior goal difference.
Khomas NamPol are third with 17 points from seven matches, while Galz & Goals and Namib Daughters are in fourth and fifth place respectively with 13 points after eight matches, but Galz & Goals have a better goal difference of six compared to the minus 14 of Namib Daughters.
Girls Football Academy are in sixth place with eight points after eight matches, followed by Right Way Ladies in seventh place with six points.
Namibia University of Science and Technology occupies eighth place with four points, while University of Namibia Bokkies are in ninth with two points.
Omaheke Queens are 10th with two points after seven matches played.