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Sport - Date: 31 August 2018
Written by: Frank Mavhungu / Viewed: 437
After collecting the maximum points in their Sasol Women’s League match against Re Tla Dira Ladies FC, Shayandima Morning Stars are geared to maintain their winning ways when they meet Moria Sweepers at the Boyne Stadium in Polokwane on Sunday afternoon.
Morning Stars beat Re Tla Diras 3-0 at the Guvhukuvhu Grounds last Saturday.
A victory for the Shayandima Stars will boost their chances of winning the league title, because they are closely contesting for the league championship. The Sweepers’ defenders will have it tough against the Stars’ strikers, Dolly Nkuna, Munei Nemuramba and Nthabiseng Matswi.
Chippas United Ladies will travel to Polokwane. Their match against First Touch Academy will be staged at the Ladanna Grounds. Things are fast moving from bad to worse in the Chippas’ camp. They were brutally walloped 0-8 by Maindis Ladies at the Tshifudi Stadium last Sunday. Should they fail to collect the full points tomorrow, Chippas will drop to the bottom of the log.
The pace setters, Maindis Ladies FC, will host Tshandama Young Stars at the Capricorn FET College campus grounds. Should they fail to register a victory by a huge margin tomorrow, Maindis will have nobody else to blame but themselves. Young Stars are battling to find a winning combination.
The Samba Girls will visit the Re Tla Dira Ladies at the Dipitsi Grounds. The Mphanama Ladies will host Seven Stars Ladies at the Mphanama Grounds. Botlokwa Ladies will meet Real Mighty Chiefs at the Mabalane Grounds.
The University of Limpopo will travel to Modimolle where they will lock horns with Kanatla FC at the Nylstroom Hoërskool grounds. Mandebele Happy Fighters will host Sisters FC at the Mandebele Grounds in Zebediela.
Morning Stars’ striker, Munei Nemuramba.
Frank is a Human Resources Manager at the Department of Public Works in Limpopo. He is the longest serving correspondent of the Mirror, having joined us at the end of 1990. He mainly writes sports reports and resides at Tsianda Village. In 2004, Frank won the National Castle League Award, an award for the best reporter in the SAB league in South Africa.