NFA Women's Super League's first leg to conclude this weekend

21 Nov 2018 11:40am
REHOBOTH, 21 NOV (NAMPA) - Rounds 8 and 9 of the Skorpion Zinc Namibia Football Association (NFA) Women’s Super League will continue on Thursday and the coming weekend with matches signalling the end of the first leg.
Matches are scheduled to take place in Windhoek at the Sam Nujoma Stadium, NFA Technical Centre and the University of Namibia (UNAM) field.
According to the fixtures provided by the Women’s Football desk, on Thursday in Round 9, log leaders Tura Magic Ladies will confront sixth-placed Girls Football Academy at the NFA Technical Centre at 15h00.
At the UNAM field at 17h30, ninth-placed UNAM Bokkies Football Club will battle eighth-placed Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) Babes in the ‘Battle of the Students’.
On Saturday, NUST Babes will face Khomas Namibian Police (Nampol), who are in third place, at the NFA Technical Centre at 08h00, followed by seventh-placed Right Way coming up against Omaheke Queens, who are at number 10, at 10h00.
The matches will continue on Sunday with fourth-placed Galz & Goals versus Namib Daughters in position number five, opening proceedings at 07h00 at the NFA Technical Centre, followed by the penultimate match between Tura Magic and Omaheke Queens at 09h00.
Second-placed V-Power Angels will face Right Way at 11h00 in the last match.
Elsewhere at the UNAM field, home team UNAM Bokkies will hope to get one over the in-form Khomas Nampol at 10h00.
Meanwhile, the Under-23 Gladiators will face the Under-20 Young Gladiators at 13h00 at the Sam Nujoma Stadium as part of the curtain raiser between the Brave Warriors and the Black Stars of Ghana in the annual Dr Hage Geingob Cup at 16h00 on Saturday.