Mamelodi Sundowns have officially been announced champions of the South African Football Association’s National Women’s League (SNWL) after the organisation’s National Executive Committee meeting resolved to conclude the league, with a handful of matches still to be played.
Judging by the Sundowns twitter account, the team is in celebratory mood, and so they should be, after a stellar season, that saw them notch up an impressive 60 points.
Thank you @Masandawana for ALL your unfailing support throughout the Season.We beckon your continuous support going forward for more victories and successes.@SNWL5 @SAFA_net @SasolLeague pic.twitter.com/K1DmPrhPwM
— Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies Team (@SundownsLadies) June 21, 2020
The SAFA NEC also confirmed that JVW and MaIndies are both promoted to the SNWL next season.
— SAFA.net (@SAFA_net) June 21, 2020
At Saturday’s meeting, SAFA Medical Officer, Dr Thulani Ngwenya gave a full briefing on the impact of Covid-19 on the restart of play, both for professional and amateur football.
Photo 1 Caption: The SAFA National Executive Committee decided that the SNWL be declared concluded and that the current log standing, with a handful of matches to be played, be declared final. Photo: Mamelodi Sundowns (Twitter)