Zesco Women’s Football Club are Kitwe Pre-Season Tournament Champions
Zesco United Women’s Football Club emerged as winners in yesterday’s Four-team Mini Tournament hosted by Nkana Women’s Football Club played at Nkana Stadium in Kitwe.
Zegalicious were a team on fire as they picked up maximum points in their first two matches edging Kitwe Girls Academy 3-1 and went on to silence Nkana Queens 2-0 before battling to a Goalless draw with Runners-up Indeni Roses in their last match to take their tally of points to 7 from the 3 matches played.
Runners-up Indeni Roses started on a higher note beating the host Nkana Queens 1-nil before they were held to a surprise scoreless draw by Girls Kitwe Academy and went on to record a similar scoreline against eventual winners Zesco Girls which took their points to 4 from 3 games as they finished second on the log standings.
Nkana Queens who were the host finished third with only 3 points which they recorded at the expense of Kitwe Girls as they edged them by a goal to nil courtesy of Chanda Katebe. The Coach Sarah Daka drilled side suffered two defeats at the hands of Indeni and Zesco losing 1-0 and 2-0 respectively.
Kitwe Girls picked up only a single point which was a surprise nil-nil draw against Indeni and was rocked bottom having lost the other two games going down 3-1 to Zesco and 1-nil to Nkana.
The Rest of the results were as follows,
Nkana 0 – 1 Indeni (Mwaka Mupeta)
Kitwe Girls Academy 0 – 3 Zesco
Nkana 0 – 2 Zesco Girls
Indeni Roses 0 – 0 Kitwe Girls Academy
Kitwe Girls Academy 0 – 1 Nkana (|Chanda Katebe)
Zesco 0 – 0 Indeni Roses
Zesco – 7 Points
Indeni Roses – 4 Points
Nkana Queens – 3 Points
Kitwe Girls Academy – 1 Point
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