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May 29, 2024

CAF Women’s Champions League Qualifiers – She Corporates off to a Dream Start

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She Corporates Coach Issa Hassan made it clear that the team will compete for that one place to make it to the African tournament.

Match Day 1 | CAF Women’s Champions League Qualifiers CECAFA Zone Tanzania 2022
She Corporates 6 – 0 Yei Joint Stars FC
Simba Queens FC 6 – 0 Garde Republic FC

She Corporates off to a Dream Start in the CAF Women’s Champions League Qualifiers
The She Corporates kicked off their CAF Women’s Champions League Qualifiers with the thumping of South Sudanese side Yei Joint Stars FC at Benjamin Mkapa National Stadium, Tanzania.

It was a dominant performance by the Ugandan who emerged as champions of the 2021/2022 FUFA Women Super League despite a goalless draw in their last game against Kampala Queens who took second place. The two teams finished with 39 points each, although She Corporate had a better goal difference.

Midfielder Phiona Nabbumba opened the scoring in the 28th minute to give She Corporates the lead after a fierce resistance by the South Sudanese side. 4 minutes later, forward Anita Namata doubled the Sharks lead. Defender Namirimu Margret added the third in the 47th minute to ensure the Ugandan side went to the break with a 3-0 advantage.

Some of the She Corporates players posing for a photo moment shortly after winning the 2021/2022 FUFA Women Super League.

She Corporates returned even more hungrier in the second half with Phiona Nabbumba scoring her second and the team’s fourth in the 53rd minute. Striker Favour Nambayta added her name among the scorers after 70-minute mark.

The Sharks made three changes; Anita Namata, Cissy Nantongo and Margaret Namirimu made way for Jackline Nakasi, Winnie Nabbale and Cissy Nakate.

Ainembabzi scored the She Corporates last goal, giving them the perfect start in their quest to qualify for the CAF Champions League.

Simba Queens FC 6 – 0 Garde Republic FC
Meanwhile in the other game, Simba Queens thrashed Garde Republic 6 – 0 to start off their campaign. Pambani Kuzoya, Olaiya Barakat (2), Asha Djafari (2) and Joelle Bakuru were on target for the Tanzanian side.

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