24 November 2012

Zimbabwe: Black Rhinos Queens Date Inline Academy

IT is another top-of-the-table clash in the Marange Women's Soccer League this weekend when leaders Black Rhinos Queens date second placed Inline Academy at Luveve tomorrow morning. The two teams

are separated by three points and fireworks are expected when the teams, which boast of talented players, square off.

The army side beat rivals Mufakose Queens 4-0 in another top-of-the-table match on Wednesday at One Commando and a victory in Bulawayo will see them virtually placing one hand on the title.

Rhinos boast of national team players such as strikers Rutendo Makore and Rufaro Machingura while the Bulawayo giants also have Mighty Warriors strikers Rudo Neshamba and Samukelisiwe Zulu.

Rhinos assistant coach, Brian Derera, said a positive result against Inline will define their title challenge with three matches to go.

Third-placed Mufakose Queens, who are still hoping to gatecrash the party, have a tricky away clash as they date New Orleans at White City this morning.

Langton Giwa's charges hopes suffered a huge blow when they were hammered by Rhinos.



Cyclone v Masvingo (Alex Sports Club, 11am); Faith Drive v Conduit Soccer Academy (Mutare Teacher's College, 11am); New Orleans v Mufakose (White City, 11am); Chipembere v Flame Lily (Mkoba, 11am).


Inline Academy v Black Rhinos (Luveve, 10am).

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