Uganda bank on good fortunes on their return to international football

Rebecca Magoma. Photo Credit: Eddiba Uganda return to the continental scene after over a year of dormancy and their first assignment will be the Africa Women Cup of Nations (AWCON) first round qualifiers. The Crested Crane of Uganda will play  neighbours, the Harambee Starlets of Kenya, in the first round of the

COSAFA 2017: Zambia stun Kenya to win third bronze medal

Rebecca Magoma.  Zambia's Shepolopolo defeated Harambee Starlets of Kenya 4-2 on penalities in the third-place play-off fixture at the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Women’s Championship on Saturday evening. At Barbourfields Stadium, the teams played out a 1-1 draw in regulation time with Neddy Atieno opening the score for Kenya in

COSAFA Final Preview: Title on the line for Zimbabwe and South Africa

Rebecca Magoma. Photo Credit: SportTVP The 2017 edition of the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Women's Championship comes to a grand finale on Sunday, September 24, at the Bulawayo Stadium in Zimbabwe. The eleven-day tournament attracted a record of twelve teams, an upgrade from a previous eight, with the East African

Zimbabwe and South Africa through to COSAFA Women’s final

Rebecca Magoma. Photo Credit: Sportzone Zimbabwe Defending champions Mighty Warriors of Zimbabwe, overwhelmed Kenya's Harambee Starlets with a 4-0 semi final win, to book a date with the Banyana Banyana of South Africa in the Cosafa Women’s Championship final The match was played at Barbourfields Stadium on Wednesday evening and saw Privilege Mupeti, Marjory