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Women Super League kicks off

The Zimbabwe Women Football Super League is set to kick off this weekend with an array of fixtures lined up across the country.

Zimbabwe Women Football Administrator, Theresa Maguraushe confirmed that the league matches would start this weekend with a full fledged line of fixtures lined up across the country.

“Yes I can confirm that the Zimbabwe Women Super League will start this weekend with a number of fixtures lined up across the country,” said Maguraushe.

Sponsorship continue to be a thorn in the flesh for the women super league as the season sets  to kick-off this weekend.

“We have not yet secured league sponsorship from the corporate world and the woman soccer board is working tirelessly to get sponsorship to ensure the league runs smoothly,” revealed Maguraushe.

This year’s league will have three teams from Harare two teams from Bulawayo and Mutare, whilst single representative from Gweru, Guruve and Masvingo.

The teams will be grouped into two groups  across the country to reduce travelling costs for teams.

“Due to the financial challenges that we are facing we have grouped the team into two as part of reducing the costs of teams as we are awre of the financial strains our teams are having,”said Maguraushe.

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The resumption of the League is a huge is a huge boost for the national team players who have been starved of the game time.

Weekend Fixtures

  • Faith Drive vs Mufakose Queens (Mutare)
  • Cyclones Stars vs Flame Lily Queens (Harare)
  • Conduit Acad vs Tenax Queens (Guruve)
  • Masvingo vs Chipembere Queens (Masvingo)
  • New Orleans vs Inline Academy (Bulawayo)
  • Mwenezana   Bye

Faith Drive          vs        Mufakose Queens              Mutare

Cyclone Stars    vs        Flame Lilly Queens             Harare

Conduit Acad     vs        Tenax Queens                    Guruve

Masvingo             vs       Chipembere Queens         Masvingo

New Orleans       vs      Inline Avademy                    Bulawayo

Mwenezana                    Bye

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