JVW Girls FC underlined their title credentials with another convincing 5-0 win over Durban Ladies this past Saturday, 8 May 2021, as they maintained their 100 percent record in their maiden SAFA National Women’s League season.
JVW are yet to lose a match and from the look of things, are set to give defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies a stiff challenge for the league title.
Speaking of the current SNWL champions, Sundowns laboured for most of the 90 minutes but were full value for their 1-0 win over the University of the Western Cape.
They are placed second with the same number of points as JVW, however JVW pose a better goal difference.
Meanwhile, First Touch Ladies walked away 2-0 winners over Golden Ladies to cement their third position the log. They have also won all their opening games to date.
TUT Ladies chalked up their second win of the season by dismissing Thunderbirds Ladies 1-0 over the weekend to occupy fourth position.
Richmond United also showed their credentials with a convincing 4-1 win over University of Johannesburg in De Aar.
Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies got their first win of the season with a convincing 3-1 victory over Tsunami Queens while Coal City Wizards are yet to win a match after being held to a goalless draw by Ma-Indies away from home.
Week 3 Results of the SAFA National Women’s League on 8 and 9 May, 2021:
Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies FC 1–0 UWC
Golden Ladies 0–2 First Touch FC
JVW FC 5–0 Durban Ladies FC
Ma-Indies Ladies 0–0 Coal City Wizards
Richmond United 4–1 University of JHB FC
Thunderbirds Ladies 0–1 TUT Football Club
Tsunami Queens FC 1–3 Bloemfontein Celtic FC
More results reviews follow below. View the current SNWL log standings here.
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Photo 1 Caption: JVW Ladies team underlined their title credentials with another convincing 5-0 win over Durban Ladies this past Saturday, 8 May 2021, as they maintained their 100 percent record in their maiden SAFA National Women’s League season. Photo: SAFA
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