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Bullets Women thrash Attu Bullets 13-0


FCB Nyasa Big Bullets Women thrashed Attu Bullets 13-0 at Mpira Stadium on Saturday to maintain second position in the FAM Women’s Football Southern Region League.

What happened

Maggie Chombo’s ladies started on the front foot against a side they defeated with the same margin in the opening round of the campaign and opened the scoring in the 4th minute when Fauzah Mohammad dribbled past her opponents before delivering a beautiful strike into the back of the net.

What a perfect display from the red team as the league’s top scorer Vanessa Chikupila put her name on the score sheet. She made a majestic connection into the net three minutes after Mohammad’s opening goal.

Mohammad registered her brace in the 10th minute when she released a powerful drive to make it 3-0.

Chikupila would have made it four when she was released by Tendai Sani, unfortunately, her effort was off target.

In the 23rd minute, Chombo’s new signing, Kirsten Weir, beat Spiwe Kwalira to open her account for Bullets.

Our women were unstoppable as we kept pouring goal after goal leaving the visitors in distress as Carol Mlenzo and Sani registered their names on the scoresheet towards halftime to make it 6-0.

Chombo was forced to make her first substitution in the opening half when she took out injured Bernadette Mkandawire for Asimenye Mwanyongo, and that was all at the break, 6-0 Bullets Women in the lead.

Just after recess, Chombo made two more substitutions, taking out Mlenzo and Linda Nyangu for Asiyatu George and Grace Yotam.

The second half began with George’s beautiful goal in the opening minute. The number 17 astonishingly opened fire from within the penalty area to make it 7-0.

Chikupila came close a minute later but the Bullets Women no.13 drove her attempt slightly off target.

George completed her brace three minutes after her introduction before Yotam made it on the scorers’ list in the 50th minute.

The hosts were undoubtedly well prepared for the day and were scoring for fun against a side that is second from the bottom of the eight-team log table.

Mohammad completed the first hat-trick of the day in the 65th minute after she was found by Chikupila right inside the penalty area.

In the 71st minute, Chombo made two more substitutions when she introduced Beatrice Makoka and Matamando Makawa for Mohammad and Weir.

From a provider, Chikupila turned into a scorer again and completed the second hattrick of the day in the 82nd minute before finding the back of the net again three minutes later.

George then closed the day’s scoring two minutes before the final whistle and 13-0 it ended.

Bullets Women’s victory did not have any effect on the standings as they remain second in the table with 22 points, five behind leaders Ntopwa FC. Both teams have played nine games.

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