Coen Welsh | Nov 14, 2017 | 0
Football fever hits Omaheke
Football lovers in the Omaheke Region are in for a treat this weekend when the NFA Women Super League goes East. The action will continue this weekend in the NFA Women Super League as early as 09h30 on Saturday at the NFA Technical Centre with Angels facing Galz & Goals. Gobabis Legare Stadium will also host a league encounter as Omaheke Queens host UNAM Bokkies at 11h00 in Round 16 of matches.
Match-day 17 will be played on Sunday, when Java Java locks horns with Galz & Goals at 09h30 while at Gobabis, Omaheke Queens will try to score against the impenetrable and ruthless Tura Magic.
Meanwhile, Elina Uulumbu and Anna Shikusho scored in emphatic victories for UNAM Bokkies and Tura Magic respectively during a weekend that had big scores in the NFA Women Super League matches played in the capital last weekend.
Runways league leaders, Tura Magic started the rout on Saturday as they swept aside V-Power Angels 16-0 and on Sunday they followed that up with another humiliating defeat of Poly Babes 20-0 with Anna Shikusho the game’s highest scorer with five for Magic. Magic have now extend their lead at the top to 39 points.
Second placed NAMPOL Ladies went to UNAM and beat UNAM Bokkies 2-1 on Saturday and on Sunday cemented their berth on the log on 28 points following a hard-fought two-all draw with Galz & Goals.
For UNAM, despite the defeat to NAMPOL, they regrouped and thrashed Java Java 25-0 on Sunday with Elina Uulumbu with three goals to remain in fourth place on 26 points while Angels added three more points to their 24 to keep position number three on the log, thanks to a 4-2 victory over 21 Brigade with Sarah Anstino scoring three for Angels. Poly Babes also kept position five on the table with 19 points following their 3-2 win over Galz & Goals last weekend.