SAFA National Women's League

SAFA National Women’s League Wrap 1 May 2021

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Nthabiseng Majiya netted a hat-trick for Richmond United against Coal City Wizards at Puma Rugby Stadium.

Saturday, 1 May 2021
Bloemfontein Celtic 0-1 Tshwane University of Technology, Siwelele Park Stadium

Kholani Mukhuwana netted a winner for the visitors on the first half. With this match result, TUT registered their first victory this season and Dikgoka Mosima also kept his first clean sheet for the season.

University of Johannesburg 3-2 Tsunami Queens, Itabazwe Sports Complex
Keolebohile Putu opened the scoring for the host. Matshidiso Mpatsiea equalized for the visitors. The host restored the lead through Presocious Matalaboha. The home side went into the halftime break leading by 2-1. Matshidiso Mpatsiea completed his brace and levelled matters for the visitors. Disebo Mametja netted a winner for the host. Two goals were scored on the second half.

University of Western Cape 1-0 Thunderbirds Ladies, UWC Stadium
Sinoxolo Cesane netted a winner for the host on the second half. With this match result, UWC registered their first victory this season and Regirl Ngobeni also kept his first clean sheet for the season.

Coal City Wizards 2-3 Richmond United, Puma Rugby Stadium
Nthabiseng Majiya opened the scoring for the visitors. Nokukhanya Zide equalized for the host. Nthabiseng Majiya restored the lead for the visitors. The away side went into the halftime break leading by 2-1. Mbali Skosana levelled matters for the host. Nthabiseng Majiya completed his hat-trick and also netted a winner for the visitors. With this match result, Richmond United registered their first victory this season.

Durban Ladies 1-3 Mamelodi Sundowns, Princess Magogo Stadium
Vuyo Bhengu opened the scoring for the host. Karabo Makhurumetsi levelled matters for the visitors. Both sides were into halftime break levelled. The visitors took the lead for the first time in this match through Melinda Kgadiete. Andisiwe Mgcoyi netted a winner for the defending champions. Two goals were also scored on the second half.

First Touch 2-1 Ma-Indies Ladies, Seshego Stadium
Molepo Rapatsa opened the scoring for the visitors on the first half. Selepe Mosima levelled matters for the host. Aldophina Bopape own goal secured the second win of the season for the host.

Golden Ladies 1-2 JVW, Montshio Stadium
Mpumi Nyandeni opened the scoring for the host on the first half. Mphomotseng Mokhele levelled matters for the host. Mpumi Nyandeni completed his brace and also netted a winner for the visitors. Two goals were scored on the second half.




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