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Women Football: Kawempe, Lady Doves flying in the Super League

FUFA Women Super League

Saturday 9th November 2019

Mutesa I Royal Univ WFC 0-4 Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC

Uganda Martyrs HS WFC 2-1 Kampala Queens FC

Lady Doves FC 1-0 She Corporate FC

FUFA Women Elite League (2nd Division League) 

Saturday 9th November 2019

Isra Soccer Academy 2-0 Tooro Queens

Vision FC 0-2 Town View

Dynamic Jjeza 1-0 Wakiso Hills

Amuria HS WFC 0-4 Makerere Univ WFC

Sunday 10th November 2019

She Maroons FC 0-0 Bunyaruguru Girls FC

Lango Queens 1-0 Town Views SS Bugiri

Rines SS WFC 1-1 Asubo Gafford Ladies

Kampala Queens forward Resty Nanziri (R) trying to take on Uganda Martyr’s defender in FUFA Women Super League match

It was a busy weekend for Women Football in the country as the top and 2nd leagues had games played that entertained the followers of the game in different areas over the weekend.

In the top tier,  FUFA Women Super League, Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC registered its second win with a convincing 4-0 victory against Mutesa I Royal University WFC 4-0 away from home. Anita Namata, Shamirah Nalujja, Asia Nakibuuka, and Juliet Nalukenge were on target for Kawempe.

Kampala Queens suffered the first loss when they were edged by Uganda Martyrs HS WFC 2-1 in Lubaga. Latifa Nakasi scored the winning goal for Uganda Martyrs 12 minutes to time. Kampala Queens captain Fauzia Najjemba had leveled matters through a spot-kick but wasn’t enough to secure any point for the Queens. Brenda Munyana scored the first goal for the hosts.

Uganda Martyrs WFC Team that started against Kampala Queens in the FUFA Women Super League on Saturday

In Masindi, Fazila Ikwaput’s lone strike in the 78th minute was enough to hand Lady Doves Maximum points against She Corporate FC. It is the second successive win for Lady Doves in the league while She Corporates have suffered a second loss.

Lady Doves FC forward Fazila Ikwaput in action during the match against She Corporate FC

Lady Doves Forward Ikwaput leads the top scorer’s chart with 4 goals followed by Kawempe Muslim striker Juliet Nalukenge with 3 goals as well as Kampala Queens’ Fauzia Najjemba.

She Corporate FC midfielder (White) Phionah Nabbumba surrounded by Lady Doves players

FUFA Women Elite League Season 

Meanwhile, in the FUFA Women Elite League (2nd Tier League), Makerere University WFC overcame Amuria HS WFC 4-0 away in Amuria. Crested Cranes and former Women Cup MVP Aminah Nababi hit the back of the net together with Yudaya Nalubega, Jemima Twesigye, and Mayi Nayiga.

In the other games, Isra Soccer Academy started on a high note with a 2-0 win over Tooro Queens at Kawempe Muslim SS Ground. Younger star Hadijah Nandago and Deborah Alworongo scored both goals.

Kitgum based Vision WFC lost 2-0 to Town View SS WFC. Saluwa Nakayima and Esther Nabaigwa made it for the visitors on the scoresheet with a goal each.

Daphine Nalubowa was the hero for Dynamic Jjezza when her magnificent strike hit the target to secure three points against Wakiso Hills.

Wakiso Hills team that lost to Dynamic Jjeza

In Wakiso, Rines SS WFC settled for a 1-1 draw with Asubo Gafford Ladies. Yuster Kayesu scored for Rines before Claire Namatovu’s equaliser in stoppage time.

Lango Queens defeated Town View 1-0 on Sunday evening in Lira. Zam Akullu scored the only goal of the match.

She Maroons and Bunyaruguru Girls game ended in a barren draw at Luzira.

Action for both leagues resumes this Saturday 16th November with 4 fixtures for FUFA Women Super League and 7 games for FUFA Women Elite League.

MAIN PHOTO: Kampala Queens Captain Fauzia Najjemba making her way through Uganda Martyrs defenders

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