?> April 22, 2019 | ZamFoot

Monday, April 22nd, 2019

 

Shockers end Blue Arrows home unbeaten run

Blue Arrows 0 – 2 Zesco Shockers Zesco Shockers defeated 10 Men Blue Arrows 2 – 0 in the week 18 second round clash of the Faz Division One Zone Four encounter at Zambezi Sports Club aka Chitanki on Saturday to end their unbeaten run at home. A goal on either side of half time from Dennis Simataa and Saviour were enough to give the Mongu rice boys a victory in regulation time to be the first team to beat Arrows at home since the start of the season. AfterRead More


Green Buffaloes, Zesco,Indeni,Eagles win big as Red Arrows, Luyando and Kafue Cranes suffer defeats

Here Is a Round Up Of FAZ Women’s League Week 9 Action From Lusaka And Copperbelt Regions. Green Buffaloes Women Football Club continued their impresive form in a quest to retain the Lusaka Women’s FAZ League title with an emphatic Victory beating Pamalat 7 – 0 in a game that was played at Arakan Barracks Ground on Saturday. A Double Hat Trick From Rachel Nachula And Memory Nthala’s Goal were all the soldiers needed to silence Parmalat who suffered a second defeat in a row and will be hoping toRead More


Race to the Super League

A WEEK OF DRAWS IN ZONE TWO

WEEK EIGHTEEN DONE WITH SURPRISES IN ALL ZONES ZONE ONE The big result of week 18 is Police College silencing Young Green Buffaloes to go on five game winning streak and threatening the top two with serious intentions of taking over. Police College are now five points from leaders National Assembly and only two points behind second placed Young Green Buffaloes . National Assembly continued a hunt for Super League Play off with a victory at home to Kafue Celtic . Rest of the Results Petauke United 2-0 Young NkwaziRead More


Injury scare for Barbara Banda

Barbara Banda could be ruled of for the rest of the season, after she was substituted with suspected injury in the second half of her Liga Iberdrola side EDF Logrono’s 3-0 win over Rayo Vallecano on Sunday. Banda was a menace for the Vallecano defense who could not cope with her pace in the first half, but would be replaced the 55th by Ivorian Ida Guehai due to injury. After a barren first half, it was Jade Boho who opened the scoring on 61 minutes before doubling the lead inRead More


YASA Queens donates a set of jerseys to sister club Luyando Foundation

In a bid to develop and support Women Football in the country, YASA Queens Management has donated a set of football jerseys to their sister club Luyando Foundation . YASA Queens Director Mr Dan Chima in his message after the handover of the jerseys said that His team will continue to support any progressive club. “We have a cordial relationship with the club. We will continue to support any progressive club,” China said. Meanwhile Luyando Foundation head Coach Bernard Mwape expressed gratitude on this kind gesture by YASA and thankedRead More


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