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Tura Magic crowned champions of the NFA Women’s Super League Cup

Tura Magic crowned champions of the NFA Women’s Super League Cup

Tura Magic was crowned the champions of the Namibia Football Association (NFA) Women’s Super League Cup after defeating Galz & Goals 1-0 in an entertaining final played at the NFA Techincal Centre on Saturday.

Magic had been free-scoring all campaign but faced a tough nut to crack in Galz and in the end, it was Player-of-the-match Memory Ngonda’s winner, a long-range shot after only 15 minutes of the first half. Magic thus got the biggest prize of N$40,000 while Galz got N$ 25,000 for their effort.

In the third and fourth places playoff match, Khomas NAMPOL took third place following their 5-1 win over V-Power Angels and received N$15,000 and N$10,000 respectively.

Before the final match, the NFA officials team took on the Media team and it was the former that won 2-1 in a thoroughly exciting match that formed part of the day filled with fun and excitement.

The individual prizes recipients are as follows: Thomalina Adams (player of the tournament, Tura Magic), Anna Shikusho (top scorer, Tura Magic), Amorei Swartbooi (best youth player, Galz & Goals), Asteria Angula (best midfielder, Galz & Goals), Lovisa Mulunga (best defender, Tura Magic), Lydia Eixas (best goalkeeper, Galz), Ronnie Hoxobeb (best coach, Galz & Goals), Antsino Twanyanyukwa (best referee), Olivia Amukuu (best assistant), Ramblers FC (Fifa Fair Play Award).


 

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