7 May 2021 – SAFA National Women’s League log leaders and defending champions Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies will be looking to continue their great run this weekend when they host the University of Western Cape at Lucas Moripe Stadium in Atteridgeville, Pretoria on Sunday, 9 May 2021.
This match will be broadcast live on SABC 1 and SABC Sport Channel on Openview Channel 124 at 15h00.
The reigning Women’s League champions will be looking for their third consecutive win, and Banyana Banyana co -captain and goalkeeper Andile Dlamini is optimistic of keeping a clean sheet to ensure that second placed JVW Ladies do not overtake them on top of the log.
“I believe we have had a great start to the season. We want to ensure that we retain our lead and hopefully lead the pack for the whole season like we did in 2019,’’ said Dlamini.
Second placed JVW Ladies will be hoping for any slip up to put early pressure on Mamelodi Sundowns.
The newcomers take on Durban Ladies who have conceded five goals in two matches on Saturday, 8 May 2021 at Tsakane Stadium.
Banyana Banyana midfielder Nompumelo Nyandeni and striker Gabriela Salgodo will be hoping to continue with their scintillating early form and are expected to put Durban Ladies to sword at home.
Richmond United will host the University of Johannesburg in De Aar, while Tsunami Queens will face Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies at Itabazwe Sports Complex in Harrismith.
TUT Ladies will travel to East London to face Thunderbirds Ladies, while Ma-Indies will host Coal City Wizards at Thohoyandou Stadium in Venda. Third placed First Touch Academy will travel to Mafikeng’s Montshio Stadium to face Golden Ladies who are currently bottom of the log.
These matches will be played on Saturday, 8 May 2021. Kickoff is scheduled for 15h00.
SAFA National Women’s League fixtures, results and logs are always available at www.mysafa.net/snwl.