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From the Commentary: FAZ women’s super division week 21 results

From the Commentary: FAZ women's super division week 21 results 1

This week’s FAZ Women’s Super Division week 21 results had some exciting matchups with Green Buffaloes and Red Arrows delivering dominant performances.

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Greetings soccer fans! Welcome to this week’s wrap-up of the Zambia FAZ Women’s Super Division week 21 results. We had some exciting matchups this week, with Green Buffaloes and Red Arrows delivering dominant performances, and some nail-biting draws from Indeni Roses and Queens Sports Academy.

So with his let us dive in and see who was who in this remainder of the week 21 results.

First up, we had the match between BUSA and Green Buffaloes. The Buffaloes took control early on with a 42nd-minute goal from Maweta Chilenga and solidified their win with a 90th-minute goal from Maylan Mulenga. BUSA couldn’t quite get it together on the pitch, resulting in a final score of 0-2.

Next, we had the Indeni Roses versus National Assembly match. This game was a tightly contested match with both teams putting in their all. In the end, the match ended in a 1-1 draw, with both teams showing great sportsmanship.

The Red Arrows were on fire this week, with a dominant 4-0 victory over Play It Forward. The goals came from Ochumba Oseke Lubanji, Mary Mambwe, Mary Mulenga, and Aliness Kasoma, who each contributed to the impressive win.

In the Queens Sports Academy versus Nkwazi match, both teams put up a strong defense, resulting in a goalless draw. Despite the lack of goals, it was still an exciting match to watch, with both teams displaying their skills on the pitch.

The final match of the week was between ZANACO Ladies and ZESCO Ndola Girls. It was a closely contested match with ZANACO coming out on top with a 1-0 victory. Anna Zulu scored the winning goal in the 75th minute, securing the win for ZANACO.

That’s a wrap for this week’s matches! We hope you enjoyed the exciting action on the pitch. Stay tuned for more updates from Zedsoccer on women’s football!

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