Day two of the Sasol league national championships which are underway in Port Elizabeth, produced yet another exciting display of women’s football.
Palace Super Falcons beat Durban ladies 4 – 0 in the much anticipated first match of the day.
Falcons were playing their first match of the tournament, while Durban Ladies had one win under the belt already.
Durban ladies coach, Maphumulo Nkosingiphile made a couple of changes to the team that won 4 – 1 against Coal City Wizards. Former Sasol Banyana Banyana defender Zamandosi Cele started from the bench, together with Amanda Dlamini and Nomfudo Mchunu.
Two first half goals and another two in the second, gave the Gauteng team the win. Tina Selepe opened the scoring for Falcon 10 minutes into the match. The former Sasol Banyana Banyana player took an on target long range shot, to her surprise the Durban Ladies keeper miss-handled the ball and it was an easy goal. Chuene Mofiri got the second goal for the Tembisa side before the half-time break, while Chantelle Esau and Martha Mokoma scored in the second half.
Cape Town Roses breezed through their match against Royal Wizards from Northern Cape. The Capetonians hammered Wizards 16 – 0 with six players (Nocawe Skiti, Sisanda Vukapi, Nandipha Booi, Abongile Dlani, Sinoxolo Cesane) respectively registering their names on the score sheet.
The last match of the day was between Bloemfontein Celtic and Titans FC from North West.
Celtic got their first win with a 4 – 0 final score, goals courtesy of Sasol Banyana Banyana striker, Shiwe Nogwanya and Kgalebane Mohlakoana in the first half. Emily Moholoholo, Nomonde Nomtsheke and Thembakazi Dlapu scored in the second stanza for the Free State ladies.
Source : South African Football Association