NFA Women’s Super League Second Leg slated for Gobabis

04 Feb 2019 17:10pm
REHOBOTH, 04 FEB (NAMPA) – The Second Leg of the Skorpion Zinc Namibia Football Association (NFA) Women Super League will kick off Saturday in Gobabis, after almost two months of recess.
The ‘Cattle Country’ capital will play host to all top clubs from Khomas and Erongo along with the Omaheke outfit, Omahake Queens.
In the fixtures provided by the NFA Women’s Desk on Monday, Namib Daughters from the coast will confront Girls Football Academy at 09h00 at Legare Stadium, followed by Right Way Football Club (FC) versus University of Namibia (UNAM) Bokkies at 10h30.
The home team, Omaheke Queens will battle Galz & Goals FC at 12h30, while the Namibia University of Science and Technology (NUST) Babes will face Tura Magic Ladies at 13h30.
The last match will see Khomas Namibian Police (NamPol) wrestling VPower Angels in the battle between second and third place.
Tura Magic lead the log with 25 points, followed by Khomas NamPol in second with 23 points.
VPower Angels are in third place with 22 points, while fourth spot is occupied by Galz & Goals with 16 points. Namib Daughters are in fifth with 13 points, with Right Way coming in sixth place with nine points.
Girls Football Academy are in seventh place with eight points, while UNAM Bokkies are in eighth with five points.
NUST Babes occupy the ninth spot with four points, with Omaheke Queens dwelling in the basement in 10th place with two points.
A total of 207 goals were scored in the first round with Tura Magic scoring the most goals (54). The least goals of seven were scored by Girls Football Academy.
Meanwhile, Brave Gladiators captain, Mammie Kasaona was recently appointed as the new head coach of Galz & Goal. She takes over from Mervin Mbakera who is interim head coach at Tigers FC.
A statement issued by NFA last week quoted Kasaona as saying it is an honour and privilege to coach such a young and talented team.
“I am indeed looking forward to the new stepping stone in my coaching career. I worked closely with the majority of the players during the Region 5 games in Botswana and learnt a thing or two from my players as they understand me and they know my expectations as well,” she said.