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Shepolopolo off to a flying start at COSAFA

Zambia Women National team started their 2017 COSAFA championships campaign on a winning note as they beat Malawi 6 – 3 in a nine goal thriller.

Thabita Chawinga scored the opening goal just six minutes into the match. Noria Sosala equalised 6 minutes later.

Misozi Zulu put Zambia in the lead in the 17th minute. Barbara Banda doubled the lead in the 23rd minute before Thabita Chawinga grabbed a brace and reduced the deficit to one goal in the 35th minute.

Misozi Zulu and Barbara Banda got their braces in the 63rd and 76th minute respectively. Thabita Chawinga who was a marvel on the day got her hatrick in the 85th minute and second half substitute Rachel Nachula also sneaked in one for Shepolopolo in added time.

Zambia’s next game is against Zimbabwe on 15th September at 16:30 then Madagascar on 17th September at 10:30 hours.

ZAMBIA VS MALAWI

Zambia’s starting XI
1.Hazel Natasha (GK)
2.Grace Zulu
3.Anita Mulenga
4.Grace Chanda
5.Mary Wilomba
6.Misozi Zulu
7.Rhoda Chileshe
8.Noria Sosala (C)
9.Barbra Banda
10.Esther Mukwasa
11.Annie Kibanji

Malawi’s starting XI
1.Martha Banda (GK)
2.Fatsireni Kazembe
3.Chisomo Kazisonga
4.Patricia Nyirenda
5.Sabinah Thom
6.Temwa Chawinga
7.Thabitha Chawinga (C)
8.Madyina Nguluwe
9.Mary Chavinda
10.Wezzie Mvula
11.Eluby Botoman

 






6 Comments to Shepolopolo off to a flying start at COSAFA

  1. Isoka says:

    All the best shepolopolo.

  2. Matafwali says:

    Congratulations to our ladies….curiously speaking, what was the final score? i tried to figure it out by who the scorers were, looks like 6-3.

  3. Zulu says:

    My question has not been answered and I am curious to know..Has Zambia ever won an away match on West African Soil? i.e Ghana Nigeria?

  4. Zulu says:

    Question for Zamfoot to research the record for Zambia’s Away wins in WEST AFRICA? this should give us an indication on where Zambia stands

    You gave us history before on Zambia’s ever first soccer game played which was against the Ghana black stars during your independence day and lost to Ghana, making your first ever lost with many more to come from West Africans, So my question to Zamfoot is since that day of indepenance how many times has Zambia gone to west Africa and won? how many time has west Africa come to Zambia and win? Please we want FACTS

  5. Zulu says:

    So No Zambian wants to answer this simple question? if not then I suggest you people keep your mouth shut and play the match with tactics and hope for a historic win away in west Africa to mark your world cup birth

  6. Mbita says:

    Should we start calling men as hepolopolo?

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