Women’s Football League moves a gear up Mambo Jephitar Academy, City Academy, Ezinkulu Academy, Pams Academy, Firehouse Academy, Mhondongori Academy, Geras Academy, and Top Notch Academy were in contention for the cup.

Grace Chingoma
Senior Sports Reporter
ACTION continues in the Zimbabwe Women’s League this weekend when early pacesetters Chapungu Queens date Midlands State University at Wilson Fields & MacAdam in Gweru on Saturday morning.

The Air Force of Zimbabwe side are yet to drop points in the four matches they have played so far.

MSU Queens have managed a single victory in five matches.

The national women’s league will break next weekend to allow the staging of a new tournament that will be bankrolled by Yadah owner Walter Magaya.

The three-day tournament will be launched on Monday at the PHD Church in Waterfalls. The draw will be conducted on the same day and teams will be moved into a bio bubble during the entire course of the tournament.

Saturday: Chipembere Queens FC v Mutare City Rovers (Mkoba Stadium [Gweru, 11am), MSU Queens v Chapungu Queens (Wilson Fields & MacAdam, 11am), Borrow Jets FC v Correctional Queens ( Hillside Centre For Cricket Excellence, 12pm).

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