The Southern Region Women’s Football League (SRWFL) executive committee says all is set for the kick off of the 2019 season this Saturday 25th May.
According to fixtures secretary for the league Wilson Ndelemani says the way they have prepared this time, they expect to have a good run of events in their league this season.
“As a committee we intensified our preparations for this year’s league and we have done all we could as a committee so that we have a good season as we had a meeting with all the teams from the southern region that want to play in the league this season were we highlighted major problem the league faced last season and ironed out solutions for the betterment of the 2019 season.
“Among some problems teams said we send them fixtures and rules for the league on whatsapp which some teams fail to see them but this time around we have given the teams hard copies of the fixtures and the rules that no teams can lie to have failed to full a fixture having not seen it and we thank Football Association of Malawi (FAM) and for they helped us with the preparations”, Ndelemani said.
Ndelemani added that the league was much associated with match fixing issues but they have tried to fix that with the teams to play in the league this year.
“From the meeting we had with the teams we have ironed that out the problems which were there and when we call for a meeting we expect the teams to show up which are a big stakeholder of football including us administrators and referees where together we can help to take the game to a different level and if such things were happen we don’t expect them this season,” he said.
Below are the fixtures for the weekend
Saturday 25th May
Envirom vs Bangwe
Sunday 26th May
Sitima vs Mtopwa
BT Zero vs Heaven Stars
YCD vs Aunt Bullets
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