Women’s football league hots up
The battle for points in the Women’s Football League has reached an exciting stage in all the three regions with leaders maintaining a perfect start.
In the Central Region, DD Sunshine lead the log table with 12 points from four matches followed by TC 11 FC on seven points from three matches.
Sunshine Coach Andrew Chikhosi said the league was exciting and competitive.
“We played a very strong team Ascent. This is good for women’s football,” he added.
Chisomo Academy are third with seven points from four matches whereas Ascent Academy have six points from four matches but Skippers are fifth with four points from three matches.
In the South, leaders Blantyre Zero have 12 points from four matches followed by Ntopwa on nine points from the same number of matches.
Third-placed Bangwe Super have nine points, with fourth-placed Blantyre Hotspurs collecting seven points. Both teams have played four matches each.
CY Sisters top the standings in the Northern Region with 12 points from four matches whereas MK Academy are second with 10 points from four matches.
Moyale Sisters and Topic Dynamos are third and fourth with nine and six points, respectively.
National Women’s Football Association Chairperson Suzgo Ngwira was impressed with the level of competition.
“The teams are working hard to win the championship,” she said.
The competition is at regional phase involving eight teams from each region which will be played on round-robin format.
At the end of the regional phase, three teams will qualify for the national finals later this year.