COPPER QUEENS ABROAD WEEKEND WRAP
THE COPPER QUEENS ABROAD WEEKEND WRAP
Barbra Banda and Rachel Kundananji scored a scored a brace each while in action at their clubs over the weekend as Mwaka Mupeta and her Biyelsa Queens teammates sailed through to the Total Energies CAF Women’s Champions League semis. All this and more in the Copper Queens Abroad Weekend Wrap.
Bigerian side Biyelsa Queens reached their first ever Total Energies CAF Women’s Champions League semi finals following their emphatic 3-0 victory over the Wadi Degla side. Zambian attacking midfielder Mwaka Mwelwa Mupeta was an unused substitute for Biyelsa.
Prisca Chilufya and her Tomiris Turan teammates are on season break.
In the Primera Ibedrola, the Madrid CFF side made it 6 wins from 8 games after they beat the Real Sociedad side by a 2-0 score. Former SD Eibar striker Racheal Kundananji scored a brace, club/country-mate Grace Chanda came off the bench to play the last 13 minutes for the Madrid CFF side.
In the Reto Iberdrola Zambia Women’s National Team striker Racheal Nachula came on as a second half substitute to feature for the Zaragoza CFF side that was handed a 2-1 defeat in their Reto Iberdrola encounter away at Bizkerre FT.
In the Turkcell Women’s Football League, the Zambian duo of Misozi Zulu & Margaret Belemu both featured for the Hakkarigucu Spor side that posted a narrow 1-0 victory in their away fixture at Kdz Eregli Blediye Spor.
Elsewhere in the Turkcell Women’s Football League, Hazel Nali [Fatih was in goal for the Fatih Vatan Spor Kulubu side that suffered a 4-2 defeat in their away encounter at Besiktas JK.
PR CHINA 🇨🇳
Barbra Banda scored a brace for the Shanghai Shengli that edged the Guangdong Meizhou Hakka side by a 2-1 score in a China Tiaping Women’s Super League encounter.
Canadian-born midfielder of Zambian descent Penny Mulenga played 51 minutes of the match for the Texas Tech Red Raiders side that recorded a 1-0 defeat in their away encounter against Oklahoma
Zambian born American striker Bupe Natasha Okeowo is still weighing her option regards which club she will be joining.
Inonge Kaloustian continues in her role of being assistant coach for the girls Varsity team at her former High School [Eleanor Roosevelt High]. The American born Inonge was at one time gunning for an opportunity to represent the Zambia Women’s National Team. She is currently a first-year master’s student at the John’s Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, studying epidemiology and health disparities.
Former South- West Oklahoma midfielder Memory Phiri and her Snohomish teammates had an off weekend.