Zambia boys and women’s football teams have minted Silver and Gold respectively as the curtain came down on the Zone Six Youth Games at Nkoloma Stadium in Lusaka today.
In the girls event, Zambia beat defending champions Zimbabwe 2-0 to claim their first ever Zone Six Youth Games Gold medal in the event.
A Hellen Mubanga’s brace in the 11th and 16th minutes secured Zambia’s 12 Gold medal of the seven-day regional sports festival.
Meanwhile, the boy’s team squandered an opportunity to get Gold after South Africa rallied from 1-0 down to win 2-1.
Chibuye Mulilo put Zambia ahead in the 7th minute before Fagrie Lakay leveled scores after the break.
Seriba Kabelo coincidentally scored the winner in the 67th minute sealed South Africa’s 67th Gold medal of the games.
Go girls go girls…congratulations young queens of Zambian football…tonight you will sleep as champions…
well done Shepolopolo girls and Hepolopolo boys
CONGRATULATIONS, COPPER BULLET-SHE. JOB WELL DONE.
I love the Copper bullet-she! First time I am hearing of it; My friend,why dont you register with PACRA and FAZ as having coined the phrase
Them girls have shown us how it is done. Wish the men could emulate this! congratulations girls!
Yeah Right, Wish the men could emulate this!!! :(
.. Keep on improving we need More and more golds to come :)
:) Yeeeeeh!!!!!! a BiG wats gud to our young Shepolopolo Queens… They seriously made us proud,, GO ZAMBIA GO!!!!!!!
Stupid achievement. what the he.ll is this zone 6 sh.it?
You are mad because the daughter you never supported has achieved something.
tiyeni uko namwe ba never spoiler kapenda
Are u normal? Is your brain undergoing repair or what? Please tell the other parts of your body to work for you.May be the behind
Hope Sata will invite you for a luncheon at that state house only visited by politicians. If it was RB he could have been in the stands to celebrate with citizens.
@Nostradamus, are sure you wouldn’t have been the first person to attack Sata if he attended these games? Knowing your MO so far on these blogs, I am pretty sure you would have been the cheerleader leading the chorus on how Sata was trying to steal the “glory” off of these games. Or how Sata was politicizing the games!
Please learn to sometimes leave the Head of State out of your petty complaints and arguments. It simply does not make sense to bring Sata’s name in nearly everything you say and think that people will take you seriously.
Sata has a country to run! If he decided not to attend these games he may have had other important national duties to attend to. Ruphia Banda had three years to show us that his ilk was even capable of organizing such an event and he FAILED!
the young boys accounted for themselves well. bravo! congrats shepolopolo! keep your eyes on the ball please!
congrats our young gals..
What nonsense is this?
Shepolopolo – stupid name, PLEASE change!
90 Days Legacy Swimming Pool – stupid name, PLEASE change!
Godfrey ‘Ucar’ Chitalu 107 Stadium – stupid name, PLEASE change!
G. Mpombo III………………………. Stupid PLEASE change!
Contratulations are in order.
Is it me or are them girls some man looking females?
Damn, what kind of men do you hang around with?!!!!!!!!!!!!!
@ 11 and 14, them gals not guys. Can’t u c de brests and legs??? What L c do u want to c 4 u 2 biliv????
4 mi I sey congrats, gals. Kip it ap!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Haters: BBC says Katongo named 2012 BBC African Footballer of the Year! Go Zambia, go! He worked very hard. His achievements particularly when he played in Europe went unnoticed and overshadowed by “big leagues” coverage of Spanish, English or Italian football! Yet if you look at his footage in many youtube videos, you will notice that he was the unsung hero living in the shadows of great players like Drogba etc! Gob bless Zambia and thanks BBC!
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