Road to Papua New Guinea: Ghana show Ethiopia no mercy

Ghana’s U-20 Women national team have qualified for next year’s FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup to be staged in Papua New Guinea with an emphatic 4-0 victory over their Ethiopian counterparts on Sunday at Baba Yara Sports Stadium. A brace apiece from Princella Adubea and Sandra Owusu Ansah trampled on Ethiopia’s

CHAMPIONNAT DE FOOTBALL FEMININ. D1. 14e et derniere journée.

By Bertrand Ngatchou Un Tonnerre d’applaudissement aux attaquantes qui ont été adroites devant les buts en cette fin de journée du championnat. Au stade Odza, GREEN CITY de Yaoundé recevait FEMINA STARS de Mbalmayo, amputé de plusieurs de ses titulaires. D’entrée de jeu, c’est la Capitaine Bengono Francoise

Falconets break Basetsena hearts in Tembisa

By Sizakelep Nkosi South Africa squared up against Nigeria in final qualifiers for 2016 U-20 Women's World Cup in Papua New Guinea in the Makhulong stadium, Tembisa. Basetsana lost courtesy of a Chinwendu Ihezuo goal early on the first half to secure a 3-1

Rivers Angels emerge back to back NWPL Champions

  BY Faith Oluchi   Rivers Angels have successfully defended their Nigeria Women Premier League crown after beating Bayelsa Queens 1-0 at the Super Six final on Thursday. Super Falcons left back Osinachi Ohale’s 40th minute goal was enough to hand her side their unprecedented sixth league title at the Umuahia Township Stadium in

Gaelle Enganamouit signs for FC Rosengard

  Cameroon national team player Gaelle Enganamouit has left Swedish club Eskilstuna united and signed for FC Rosengård, during this season she has scored a total of 18 goals, while she was a player at the Swedish side. While at WFC Spartak she scored the fastest goal in Women’s football history which