FAM Women’s League week 12 update

Southern Region and national Women’s League defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets Women started the second round with a bang as they thrashed Chikwawa Queens 13-0 at Chikwawa Ground on Saturday.

Elsewhere second placed Ntopwa kept pilling pressure on Bullets after defeating Attu Bullets 7-0 courtesy of Kondawu Banda and Yamikani Mhango’s hat trick while Sulvia Phirj scored one goal for the Isaac Jomo Osman side.

Blantyre Hotspurs on the other hand remain at the bottom of the Southern Region league with just three points having lost their match against Bvumbwe woth four goals to one and Bangwe Super Queens suffered a 2-0 defeat over Evirom.

The Central region had two fixtures as defending Champions DD Sunshine defeated Hungry Lions 4-1.

Blue Eagles Ladies claimed their first ever league victory following a 3-2 win against Kamuzu Institute on Sunday.

The area 30 ladies finished the first round with a single point from seven matches.

Ascent Academy and Civil Service United didn’t play matches as most of their key players are in camp with the Malawi U17 National Women’s team in preparation for the upcoming Region 5 games.

Northern region matches were postponed to this week due to late communication to the teams.

Below are the results for week 12

Southern Region

Blantyre Hotspurs 1(Bella Gonsalves 25′) – 4 Bvumbwe (Harriet Kawanga 60′ 65′, Naomi Chinthenga 81′ 86′)

Chikwawa Queens 0 -13 Nyasa Big Bullets Women(Carol Majamanda 21′,  Bernadetta Mkandawire 26′, Pilirani Malora 27′, 41′ 44′, Tendai Sani 29′, Lyna James 39′, Shira Dimba 46′ 53′, Vanesa Chikupira 60′ 71′, Mary Chavinda 64′ 88′)

Bangwe  Super Queens 0- 2 Evirom (Alefa Chimbeta 23′ 68′)

Ntopwa 7(Kondau Banda 18′ 22′ 84′, Yamikani Mhango 32′ 53′ 75′, Slyvia Phiri 36′) -0 Attu Bullets

Central Region

Hungry Lions 1 (Victoria Banda 8′) -4

DD Sunshine (Gladys Banda 30′ 34′

Mphatso Gondwe 53′, Bridget Banda 90′)

Blue Eagles 3 (Evelyn Lloyd 2′, Florida Mwathenga 75′, Fanny Mwale 89′) -2 Kamuzu Institute (Emmanuella Benjamin 16′ 85′)

Northern region matches have been postponed to next weekend


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