Articles tagged 'kwinji 15'

Anxious wait for Mighty Warriors 18 September 2018 HARARE - The Mighty Warriors will have to face an anxious wait to see if they can qualify for the 2018 Cosafa Women's Championship semi-final following yesterday's 2-1 defeat to Uganda in South Africa. Second half substitute Juliet Nalukenge put Uganda in the lead in the 63rd minute just seven...
Kwinji 15 defends senior players 12 June 2018 HARARE – Mighty Warriors coach Sithethelelwe “Kwinji 15” Sibanda has come to the defence of the team's senior players following the defeat to Zambia at the weekend. Zimbabwe lost 1-2 to Shepolopolo in the second leg of the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations (Awcon) qualifier final round at Rufar...
Heartbreak for Mighty Warriors 12 June 2018 Zimbabwe……(1) 1 Zambia………(0) 2 (Zambia qualify on away goals rule) HARARE – The Mighty Warriors' quest for a second successive appearance at the African Women's Cup of Nations (Awcon) finals went up in smoke when they lost to Zambia on Sunday. Zimbabwe looked like they had one foot al...
Mighty Warriors breeze past Namibia 9 April 2018 HARARE - Zimbabwe senior women's football team, the Mighty Warriors progressed to final qualifying round of the Africa Women's Cup of Nations  (Awcon) after dispatching Namibia at Rufaro Stadium yesterday. Second half goals from Emmaculate Msipa and Mavis Chirandu ensured Mighty Warriors progr...
Mighty Warriors seek away win 4 April 2018 HARARE - Mighty Warriors captain Talent Mandaza says they will be out to cause an upset against Namibia in their own backyard when the two teams meet tomorrow in the Africa Women's Cup of Nations qualifier. Mighty Warriors left the country yesterday via South Africa for Windhoek for their firs...
Makore blow for Mighty Warriors 3 April 2018 HARARE - Spain-based Zimbabwe senior women's striker Rutendo “Madzimai” Makore has been ruled out of the 2018 Africa Women's Cup of Nations (Awcon) qualifier against Namibia due to an ankle injury. Makore, who plies her trade for Spanish side Sporting de Huelva, was dropped from the final squa...
Mighty Warriors reach Cosafa final 22 September 2017 BULAWAYO - The Mighty Warriors remain on course to defend their Cosafa Women's Championship title after defeating Kenya 4-0 in yesterday's semi-final and will now meet perennial rivals Banyana Banyana in the final. Zimbabwe defied all odds by beating the Harambee Starlets, who had been unbeate...
Mighty Warriors take on Kenya 21 September 2017 BULAWAYO - The Mighty Warriors face a mammoth task as they play East African side Kenya in the Cosafa Women's Championship semi-finals at Barbourfields Stadium this afternoon. The hosts managed to force their way into the semi-finals via the back door after finishing second to the East African...
Mighty Warriors seek positive start 13 September 2017 HARARE - Can the Mighty Warriors repeat their 2011 heroism and lift this year's edition of the Cosafa Women's Championships which gets underway in Bulawayo today? Well, that's the big question coach Sithethelwe Sibanda and her charges will have to answer when they troop into Barbourfields Stad...
Mighty Warriors step up Cosafa preps 6 September 2017 HARARE - The Mighty Warriors are stepping up their preparations for the Cosafa Women Championships regional tournament. Zimbabwe, who are the defending champions after winning the tournament when it was last held in 2011 are pooled in Group A alongside neighbours Zambia, Madagascar and Malawi....
Mighty Warriors ready for Banyana 9 November 2016 HARARE - Mighty Warriors assistant coach Sithethelelwe “Kwinji 15” Sibanda says they are taking tomorrow's friendly international against South Africa seriously. Zimbabwe, who recently started their preparations after a delay, are using the match to prepare for the Africa Women Cup of Nations ...
Kwinji 15: Living legend of women's football 21 June 2013 HARARE - Sithethelewe Kwinji 15 Sibanda was one of most dominant women s football players at the turn of the millennium, bursting onto the scene when very little attention was being given to the game in the country. She can be best described as a pioneer of women s football in Zimbabwe, a foundat...