Mighty Warriors striker Rudo Neshamba was on target as Inline Academy walloped Cyclone 4-0 in the National Women’s Super League football match played at Barham Green Sports Club on Saturday.
Goals from Judith Lunga, Sfundile Moyo, Fiona Chingwe and Mighty Warriors striker Neshamba saw the Bulawayo side collecting maximum points in front of home fans.
Mlauzi was happy with the result but said the team still needs to work extra hard.
“We played a good passing and attacking game. But I believe that there is still more to come from the team as we have not reached the peak.
The result could have been worse for Cyclone but my strikers still need to work on their finishing. They wasted many chances that they should have put away,” he said.
Cyclone coach Prosper Manzunga attributed the loss to fatigue on the Mighty Warriors players and said Inline Academy were better prepared and more physically fit.
In another Super League match played at Raylton Sports Club New Orleans were held to a 2-2 draw by visitors Flame Lily.
New Orleans coach Sithethelelwe “Kwinji15” Sibanda was unhappy with the result collecting one point at home.
“The girls played way below par. They were very complacent and in the end we ended up drawing,” she said.
It was the second draw for New Orleans as they drew 1-1 against Inline Academy in their last league encounter.