FIFA U20 World Cup: Cameroon, Ghana win big as race for France 2018 intensifies

Rebecca Magoma Cameroon stunned Guinea 9-0 as the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup first round qualifiers first leg concluded over the weekend. Ahead of the mundial scheduled for France in 2018, the win puts Cameroon on the verge of qualifying to the second round with a return leg on home soil expected

COSAFA Championship: Harambee Starlets play Mozambique in Group B opener

Rebecca Magoma Kenya's senior women's football team, Harambee Starlets will begin their campaign in the ongoing Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) Women's Championship against Mozambique in a Group B clash set for Liveve Stadium on Thursday. Kenya, who are making a maiden appearance at the event as an invited team,

Chawinga, Chisomo to miss out on Malawi’s COSAFA knockout campaign

Malawi national women’s team will be without its two foreign-based players for the entirety of the COSAFA Women's Championship slated for Zimbabwe from September 13-24, if they make it past the group stage. Sweden's Damallsvenskan top scorer Tabitha Chawing,31, who plies her trade for 10th-placed Kvarnsvedens IK and Chisomo Kazisonga, 32,

Zambian teen sensation makes final COSAFA squad

Rebecca Magoma. Photo Credit: Getty Images Teenager Barbra Banda, headlines Zambia’s Shepolopolo 20-member final squad for the COSAFA Women's Championship to be held in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe from September 13-24, 2017. Coach Albert Kachinga named the 17-year-old in his squad as he seeks the country's first gold following two bronze medals in two

Houston Dash defender out of South Africa COSAFA squad

Rebecca Magoma Banyana Banyana captain Janine Van Wyk, who plies her trade in the US National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) with Houston Dash, will miss out the 2017 edition of COSAFA Women's Championship scheduled for September 13-24 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. The 30-year old defender misses out following Desiree Ellis' announcement of a 20-member

FIFA U-17 WWC: CAF Qualifiers set for October

Rebecca Magoma The African qualifiers for the 2018 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup has been set for October with preliminary round fixtures out. Ten teams will take part in the preliminary round ahead of the finals tournament that is set for Uruguay in 2018. Once again rivalry is expected as Ethiopia host neighbours