Matuu FC stretched their lead to four points in the FKF Girls Premier League after their weekend 2-0 victory over their opponents Mathare United at home.
The club is however a game ahead with both MOYAS and OGSY breathing down their necks for the title at the end of the KPL 2012 season.
Sotik Super Stars Vs Galactico Youth 1, 0
Spedag Vs Makolanders 3, 0
Kamaliza Eaglets Vs Thika Queens 0,3
Matuu Vs Mathare United 2,0
Spedag Vs Old is Gold 1,2
Sotik Super Stars Vs Kisii United 0,4
by Wilson Mathu
The NFA Women Super League has a new league leader as Okahandja Beauties had a walkover victory against Unam Bokkies recently.
According to the NFA women desk, UNAM failed to field a team of 11 players as thus gifting Beauties three points.
The result meant Beauties’ overtake the JS Academy at the top of the league table on goal difference as they both locked on 31 points although JS Academy has a game in hand. The Academy games are suspended until the end of June due to the large contingent of their players who forms part of the Young Gladiators team that is touring Germany at the moment.
Unam Bokkies however defeated bottom of the log Challengers 13-1, with Martina Tjauha with five goals and Zuleika Rutz with four were their top goal scorers, while Ester Amukwaya, Efeni Velikoshi, Saara Philips and Ndapewa Ipinge each scored one goal. Nicolene Doeses scored Challengers’ goal.
Unam Bokkies are now fourth on the log with 15 points from 14 matches, while Challengers are last and yet to record a point.
Juliana Skrywer of Okahandja Beauties is leading the top goal scorer chart with an 28 goals from 13 matches and is followed by teammate Kleintjie Fredericks on 24 goals, while Zenatha Coleman of JS Academy is third on 19 goals.
The Super League will continues this weekend and Poly Babes, who are third on the table with 25 points will play Unam Bokkies at 10h00 on Saturday at the NFA Centre and on Sunday at the same venue, Okahandja Beauties take on Challengers at 10h00, while Poly Babes take on 21 Brigade United at 11h50.
The Nigeria Women Football League, in collaboration with the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, has concluded plans to host the maiden All Nigeria Secondary School Girls Football Championship, also called the First Lady’s Cup.
Hosted in honour of the Nigerian First Lady, Dame Jonathan, the championship, according to the chairperson of the women league board, Dilichukwu Onyedima, will help in discovering female footballers for the various national teams.
She said the championship would also help promote the game among the female folk in the society and assist in the development of the game at the grassroots.
Project Consultant to the women league board, Deolu Lamikanra, said the championship would attract over 1,500 schools while the preliminary stage holds in all the states before the final in September in Abuja. According to him, ‘’the championship should have been underway by now but still awaits the endorsement of the first lady, and this is due to her tight scheduled.
“We have already secured the support of the FCT on the project but as a mark of honour, we have to seek her endorsement before going ahead. But as soon as that is sorted out, we shall kick-start the project.
“We have briefed the Nigeria School Sports Federation but without the endorsement of the first lady, we cannot do anything. The schools are already waiting for the commencement of the championship.”
Joan of Arc Treichville suffered the dictates of the Omness
In the first match between the Omness Dabou Joan of Arc Treichville, these are the girls from Dabou who were the strongest. Buoyed by their captain, Estelle Nahi, girls of Omness Dabou were quick to show their intentions. From the onset, the international Nahi Estelle broke into the opposing defense and scores twice (2-0, 2nd-4th). Before the end of the first half, it's attacker Koko Angel bringing the score to 3-0.
On resumption, Joan of Arc Treichville had nothing left to bother their opponents. Unarmed girls Treichville underwent the dictates of their opponents. Three more goals were scored by Kouassi Nadège penalty spot (4-0, 61st), Estelle Nahi (5-0, 64th) and Koko Angel (6-0, 72nd).
Djidjé Divo, a victim of his lack of experience
This encounter being the second game served as the opening match of the 2012 season. Professor Cyrill Dah, Chairperson of the Commission of Sports Medicine, was alongside the President of the Women's Football Committee, Mrs. Bertha Adou, to kick off the meeting largely won by the girls from Yopougon (13-0).
Akaffou Rita opened the scoring with an individual display of brilliance (1-0, 8th). Binta Diakite (11th, 23rd, 79th), Jeanne Gnago (15th, 16th, 30th), Tia Ines (19th), Koffi Nadege (53rd), Marie Jassy (57th, 63rd), Atsé Angel (65th), Nadege Esso (69th ) scored the last goals.
Promoted to the top flight this season, the team had no strength and determination against Juventus, which has in its ranks 70% of women's national team players who all have several years of playing experience in the league.
Djidjé Divo was a victim of their lack of experience. "We have more experience than the girls on the Divo team," said the captain of Juventus, Gnago Jeanne at the end of the game.
19 goals were recorded for these two matches of the first day.