Namib Daughters end mid-table
Coastal side collects 24 points as Tura Magic wins the league
13 May 2019 | Sports
Swakopmund-based Namib Daughters ended their 2018/2019 Skorpion Zinc Namibia Football Association (NFA) Women Super League campaign in fifth position after playing their last two matches.
Namib Daughters lost 5-0 against a clinical Khomas NamPol side at the NFA Technical Centre in Windhoek on 4 May.
Player of the match Twelikondjela Amukoto and Ndapewa Katuta netted a brace each for Khomas NamPol while Kamunikire Tjituka scored one.
Daughters managed to get back to winning ways by defeating Gobabis-based Omaheke Queens at the Legare Stadium in Gobabis on 5 May with a 4-1 score line. Namib Daughters’ goal scorers were Geraldine Skrywer, Zelda Ganes, Roide Ndumba and player of the match, Selma Enkali. The home side’s consolation goal was scored by Lil Eises.
The results of the two games means that Namib Daughters ended their campaign with 24 points. From 18 games played, they managed to win to seven, draw three and lose eight. Daughters scored 31 goals during the season and conceded 56.
Tura Magic Ladies were crowned the 2018/2019 Skorpion Zinc NFA Women Super League champions with a 4-1 win over Galz and Goals FC during a match played at the NFA Technical Centre in Windhoek on 4 May.
The champions’ goals were scored by Anna-Marie Shikusho, Millicent Hikuam, Juliana Blou and Agnes Kauzuu.
Tura Magic Ladies won 16 of their 18 games played and drew the remaining two to end the season with 50 points. Their well-oiled front line managed to score 118 goals while they only conceded three goals. They ended the season ahead of Khomas NamPol as well as Galz and Goals, who finished their season with 43 and 38 points respectively.
NUST Babes were relegated for the Skorpion Zinc NFA Women Super League as they propped up the table consisting of ten teams with only nine points. They managed to only win two of their eighteen matches, drawing three and losing the remaining 13.
Tura Magic Ladies’ Anna-Marie Shikusho was the league’s top goal scorer with 29 goals, while Iina Katuta of Khomas NamPol was second with 22 goals. Namib Daughter’s Ignacia Haoses’ 11 goals placed her ninth leading goal scorer in the league.