Cosafa Women’s Championship/Cosafa U20 Women’s championship wrap: August 5

Ode Fulutudilu of South Africa celebrates goal with teammates during the 2019 COSAFA Women Championship match between South Africa and Madagascar on the 05 August  2019 at Wolfson Stadium, Port Elizabeth Pic Sydney Mahlangu/ BackpagePix

Ode Fulutudilu of South Africa celebrates goal with teammates during the 2019 COSAFA Women Championship match between South Africa and Madagascar on the 05 August 2019 at Wolfson Stadium, Port Elizabeth Pic Sydney Mahlangu/ BackpagePix

Zimbabwe sealed their place in the semifinals of the 2019 Cosafa Women’s Championship with a comprehensive 7-0 drubbing of Eswatini at the Wolfson Stadium on Monday. The Mighty Warriors finish top of Group C and will meet hosts South Africa in Last 4 in what will be a titanic clash between two powerful sides in […]

Zimbabwe sealed their place in the semifinals of the 2019 Cosafa Women’s Championship with a comprehensive 7-0 drubbing of Eswatini at the Wolfson Stadium on Monday. The Mighty Warriors finish top of Group C and will meet hosts South Africa in Last 4 in what will be a titanic clash between two powerful sides in the region. Emmalulate Msipa scored four goals for Zimbabwe as they cruised to the win, while Mavis Chirandu bagged a brace and Rudo Neshamba scored the other.    Eswatini had won their two previous games, but were no match for their more illustrious opponents. The other match in Group C saw Angola defeat Mozambique 3-1 in a battle of the Portuguese-speaking nations.    Laurinda Maonte scored twice for the Angolans to go with a goal for Arminda Lopes, this after Violeta David had put Mozambique in front. Hosts South Africa sealed top spot in Group A as they beat Madagascar 3-0 to claim a full haul of nine points.   On a day when midfielder Mamello Makhabane celebrated her 100th cap, strikes from Ode Fulutudilu and Refoloe Jane, and an own goal from Madagascar defender Lalaina Razafimanantsoa, sealed the win for Banyana Banyana. Malawi kept alive their hopes...


 


 


 

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