Lacoste Morning Stars’ goal poachers, Nsovo Mkasi and Nthabiseng Matswi (right). Photo: Frank Mavhungu.
This weekend will be another busy one for the teams campaigning under the banner of the Limpopo Stream for the Sasol Women’s League. Most of the matches will be played throughout the province on Saturday, while only one will be seen on Sunday.
The match between Tshandama Young Stars and Two for Joy that will be played at the Tshandama Grounds on Saturday is expected to attract a huge number of spectators. Although they will be playing in front of their home crowd, indications are that for Young Stars to hold Two for Joy to a draw will not be easy.
While Two for Joy are still to lose a league match to date, the situation is totally different with Young Stars. The Stars are still to register a victory so far. Young Stars are still battling to come to terms with the 1-2 defeat they had suffered at the hands of Sealene Ladies at the Lulekani Stadium in Phalaborwa last Sunday.
Real Mighty Girls will entertain Lacoste Morning Stars at the Xikukwani Stadium outside Giyani. Whether Real Mighty Girls will have enough strength to stop the Stars’ strikers in Nthabiseng Matswi and Nsovo Mkasi is something that remains to be seen.
After beating Tshandama Young Stars 2-1 last Sunday, Sealene Ladies are gearing up for another uphill battle. They will visit Rodadau FC at the Muziafera Grounds in the Vuwani area. University of Limpopo Ladies will host Merwe United Ladies at the Turfloop Stadium outside Polokwane. Kanatla Ladies will face FC 50 Stars United Ladies at the Seshego Stadium.
Schoonord Ladies will travel to Sekhukhune, where they will fight for league points against Marumo Gallants FC at the Jane Furse Stadium. Mandebele Happy Fighters Ladies will be on the road this weekend. They will play against Copper Belts FC at the Old Peter Mokaba Stadium in Polokwane. Seven Stars Ladies will play against Skimzozo FC at the Manamela Stadium outside Polokwane.
Date:02 June 2022 - By: Frank Mavhungu
Frank is a Human Resources Manager at the Department of Public Works in Limpopo. He is the longest serving correspondent of the Mirror, having joined us at the end of 1990. He mainly writes sports reports and resides at Tsianda Village. In 2004, Frank won the National Castle League Award, an award for the best reporter in the SAB league in South Africa.