Zambia team picture before during the 2018 Cosafa Womens Championship game between Zambia and Cameroon at Wolfson Stadium in Port Elizabeth on 15 September 2018 © Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix
Zambia team picture before during the 2018 Cosafa Womens Championship game between Zambia and Cameroon at Wolfson Stadium in Port Elizabeth on 15 September 2018 © Ryan Wilkisky/BackpagePix

Shepolopolo have vowed not to relax after making an impressive start to the 2018 COSAFA Women’s Cup in South Africa.

Zambia top Group B with six points after beating Lesotho 2-0 and Cameroon 1-0 in their first two matches played on Thursday and Saturday respectively.

Shepolopolo conclude group action against Mozambique on Tuesday.

“So far so good, the tournament is progressing well and we are doing fine,” Captain Misozi Zulu said.

“Team work has helped us so much. We contained Cameroon and ensured that we beat them,” Zulu said.

She emphasised that Zambia want to conclude group action with victory over Mozambique.

“We don’t need to relax just because we beat Cameroon. Even next game we must win. No need to draw, we must beat Mozambique so that people see that Zambia is doing fine,” Zulu said.

She is upbeat Zambia can reach the final and win the regional championship.

“We need support and prayers from fans back home. We won’t disappoint fans. We will bring cup to Zambia,” Zulu said.

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  1. Lusaka times aka PF media, the level of grammar on your articles is appalling to say the least. Surely can you not review these articles before you post them? very unprofessional bunch just like your party president and government

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  2. Good to see most of them are looking who they are supposed to be, girls. There was that outbreak of painting hair and white bandages around there writs. And all wanted to run like Kalu or Kalaba. Let women be women….

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  3. The improved standards of our women’s game in particular owes a lot to OYDC, the Olympic Youth Development Centre, of whom the bulk of our national team are graduates.

    Imagine what would happen if we had a similar facility in Kitwe to cater for CB & the northern region?

    Just goes to show the power of forward thinking…

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  4. I agree @ Jeke. By now we should have had facilities similar to OYDC in ALL provincial centres. Investment in facilities and human resource development is a prerequisite for success/good results. How can Luwingu produce gold medalists in swimming when the district does not have a single swimming pool????

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