KeWPL Week Seven wrap

Rebecca Magoma The Kenya Women Premier League entered the seventh and last round of the first leg with mixed fortunes over the weekend. Only four of the seven matches were played with three teams awarded walkovers. In Zone A, two-time champions Thika Queens, continued with their smooth run following a 2-1 over Mombasa

Chiejine rules side out of Super Four contention

Rachael Ugiagbe Coach Ann Agumanu-Chiejiene has ruled Abia Angels out of the race for the 2016-17 Nigeria Women Football League (NWFL) Super Four after Wednesday's 0-0 result with Robo Queens. NWPL MD 9 results at a glance! pic.twitter.com/tCf9RDGw4P — IG: @LADIESMARCH (@LadiesMarch) June 30, 2017 Abia Angels forced their hosts Robo Queens to

Wogu and Aku shoot Angels back on top

Jessica Amadi (Rivers Angels Media Officer) Two second half goals from Chioma Wogu and Cynthia Aku ensured Nigeria Women Football League Champions, Rivers Angels secured a 2-0 win over visiting Heartland Queens of Owerri at the Yakubu Gowon Stadium on Wednesday. Technical Adviser of the Jewel of Rivers, Edwin Okon had made an

UWCL: 2017/2018 qualifying draws concluded in Nyon

Rachael Ugiagbe The draw for the qualifying round of the 2017/2018 UEFA Women's Champions League was held on June 23, at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland and 40 teams have been drawn into ten groups consisting of four clubs. Ajax, Olmpija Ljubljana, Sporting CP, WFC-2 Kharkiv, Shelbourne, Kiryat Gat, Partizán Bardejov, Linfield, Istatov, Bettembourg

Van Wyk ”rises to the challenge” in Houston Dash win at Orlando Pride

Janine van Wyk played all 90 minutes as Houston Dash picked a precious 2-0 away win over Orlando Pride at the Orlando City Stadium. Dash Starting XI: Campbell; Poliana, Brooks, Van Wyk, Levin; Brian; Andressinha, Beckie; Daly, Lloyd, Ohai#NWSLonLifetime pic.twitter.com/qBAggxsRRK — Houston Dash (@HoustonDash) June 24, 2017 In front of 5,497 fans, the