Mighty War­riors in Cosafa semis

The Herald (Zimbabwe) - - Sport - Sports Re­porter

Zim­babwe . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(1)3 Eswathini . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 THE Mighty War­riors all but sealed their place in semi-fi­nals of the COSAFA Cham­pi­onships yes­ter­day when they made light work of Swazi­land, now known as Eswathini, at Wolf­son sta­dium in Port El­iz­a­beth.

The Zim­babwe se­nior women soc­cer team, now with six points fol­low­ing a 1-0 vic­tory over Namibia on Thurs­day, are top in Group C.

Herentals for­ward Su­san Nyama got the opener in the 28th minute via a beau­ti­ful header.

Sub­sti­tute Black Rhi­nos Queens mid­fielder Felis­tas Mu­zon­gondi dou­bled the Mighty War­riors lead in the 58th minute.

Then Mar­joury Nyaumwe, who scored the soli­tary goal on Thurs­day, killed the match as a con­test in the 61st minute.

The ev­er­green Black Rhi­nos mid­fielder, Nyaumwe, a vet­eran of many bat­tles, was voted the out­stand­ing player of the match.

Zim­babwe: Lindiwe Mag­wede, Lynette Mu­tokuto (Maudy Ma­fu­ruse 81th minute), Danai Bhobho, Ny­oni Nobuhle Ma­jika, Em­mac­u­late Msipa, Sheila Makoto, Berita Kabwe (F. Mu­zon­gondi 46th minute), Mar­joury Nyaumwe, Su­san Nyama, Mavis Chi­randu.

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