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NWL Week 11 Roundup: Ampem Darkoa open seven-point lead, Sea Lions edge Police Ladies

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Match day 11 of the National Women's League (NWL) came on as scheduled this past weekend with Southern Zone leaders – Ampem Darkoa – maintaining their recent winning run with a 5-0 rout of Prisons Ladies on the road. The win, the second for them this half of the season upped their tally to 27 points for the first spot.

Kumasi Sports Academy picked up their second defeat of the campaign, a 2-1 loss on the road to Fabulous Ladies who leapfrogged them for the second spot on a tally of 21 points and superiority in the goals category. KSA have the third spot on 21points.

Elsewhere, Northern Ladies picked up their second win of the campaign, a 2-1 home win over Lepo Ladies. Ashtown Ladies were 2-0 winners at home over Real Upper Ladies who remain winless in the Zone after 11 tries.

NWL Match Day 11 – Northern Zone scores - SAT 19th/SUN 20 August, 2017

Prisons Ladies 0-5 Ampem Darkoa
Fabulous Ladies 2-1 Kumasi Sports Academy
Ashtown Ladies 2-0 Real Upper Ladies
Northern Ladies 2-1 Lepo Ladies

Southern Zone title contenders – Sea Lions – atoned for their recent two-game losing run that saw them drop out of the top-two ranks with an impressive lone goal win over defending FA Cup Champions – Police Ladies – who have been playing well lately. Lady Strikers capitalized on their home court to hand struggling – Holy Royals – a five goal to nothing whooping. And Samaria Ladies played to a 0-0 tie at home with Soccer Intellectuals.

The result of the match between Hasaacas Ladies and Immigration Ladies was not available at the time of this post.

NWL Match Day 11 – Southern Zone scores - SAT 19th/SUN 20 August, 2017

Police Ladies 0-1 Sea Lions
Lady Strikers 5-0 Holy Royals
Samaria Ladies 0-0 Soccer Intellectuals
Hasaacas Ladies vs Immigration Ladies

 

 

 

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