U20 Women Face Off With Malawi at Nkoloma frankenstein term paper topics writing a web page glucophage monograph enter arranged movie essay citation how do you delete multiple emails from iphone 7 holly paxil zoloft click get link viagra natural espa a jak dlugo dziala viagra an outing with family essay introduction click here parable of the democracy of goods essays source link examples of psychological hypothesis hsc creative writing discovery questions custom writer essay on diversity art deco essay questions remeron w cymbalta follow get link caprica critical review essay odyssey essay hard times charles dickens thesis best essay editor sites for phd By Maimbo Mweemba
The Zambia women’s Under-20 national football team will this afternoon lock horns with neighbors Malawi in the first leg of the 2022 Cost Rica World Cup Qualifier fixture to be played at the Nkoloma stadium.

The encounter that kicks off at 15:00 hours will see the two teams begin their pursuit of a world Cup berth at the U-20 level.

The Junior Shepolopolo will be guided by Captain Evarine Katongo, who was part of the team that participated in the Tokyo Olympic Games.

And speaking during the pre-match press conference Shepolopolo Under-20 Coach Charles Haluboono said the team is in high spirit as they target a win against Malawi this afternoon.

His Malawian Counterpart Maggie Chombo said her charges aim to cause an upset for the home side before the reverse fixture to be played in Lilongwe in October.


Related Articles

Back to top button