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Women’s Football League returns


CYCLONE Stars coach Prosper Manzungu is eyeing a double over Inline Academy when the two teams clash at Alexandra Sports Club tomorrow as the Marange Resources Women’s Football resumes after taking a break.


The last league matches were played on October 6.

Cyclone were the first team to hand Inline its first defeat of the season in the first round of the league, winning 2-1 at BG Sports Club in Bulawayo.

Inline coach Shadreck Mlauzi said they were in the running for the championship and would need maximum points from the match.

“We respect the opposition because they got three points from us in the first round, but we are hoping to get a good result this time. Prior to that break we had gained momentum because we had won three consecutive matches, but we are happy that we are resuming the race for the championship,” he said.

Manzungu said they expected a tough match against Inline.

“Inline have a good technical team and players. But we are banking on that we were the first team to beat them this season and that will give us confidence. We have been working on our weaknesses during the break although we would have wanted continuity in the league,” he said.

Inline are third on the log table with 26 points from 12 games, while Cyclone are on position five with 21 points from the same number of games.

After succumbing to their first defeat in their last league match, Black Rhinos will hope to bounce back when they clash with Faith Drive at Sakubva Stadium tomorrow.

Black Rhinos had gone 11 matches unbeaten, but their run came to a halt when they lost 3-1 to Flame Lily at One Commando in Harare.

Despite the defeat, Black Rhinos maintained the top spot on the log table with 29 points from 12 games.

Mufakose Queens will be gunning for maximum points as they seek to pile pressure on Black Rhinos when they lock horns with Flame Lily at Hellenics Sports Club in Harare tomorrow.

Mufakose Queens thumped Masvingo Queens 11-0 at Mucheke Stadium in Masvingo in their last league match. They are second on the log table with 28 points from 12 games, while Flame Lily are on position six with 19 points from 12 games.

Masvingo are third from the bottom of the log standings with five points from 12 games. In other matches, Chipembere will lock horns with Conduit Soccer Academy at Mkoba Stadium in Gweru tomorrow, while New Orleans will entertain Masvingo at White City Stadium.

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