Tshwane giants, Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies and Tshwane University of Technology Ladies (TUT) are by far the most dominant teams in the inaugural Safa National Women’s League (SNWL).
Sundowns are top of the table standings with 45 points, TUT Ladies in second spot on 41 while third-placed Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies are not far off with 35 points.
FARPost takes a looks at interesting statistics heading into this weekend’s fixtures.
1. Sundowns Ladies are yet to draw or lose a match, they are on a 15-match winning streak.
2. TUT Ladies are the highest-scoring team with 64 goals from 16 games.
3. Hildah Magaia, TUT Ladies captain and Sundowns striker Rhoda Mulaudzi are the only two players to score a double hattrick (6 goals) with Magaia being the top goalscorer with 28 goals in 16 games.
4. Magaia has scored more goals than Richmond Ladies (14), Tsunami Queens (15), Thunderbirds Ladies (20), Golden Ladies (14), and Durban Ladies (20).
5. Richmond and Golden Ladies are shy in front of goals as both sides only have 14 strikes in 16 matches followed by Tsunami Queens with 15 goals in 16 games.
6. The Sundowns’ defence is rock solid and tight as they have conceded only 8 goals, which is the least number of most in the league.
7. Richmond with their shaky defence have conceded the highest number of goals with 58 goals.
8. The University of Johannesburg Ladies (UJ) and Richmond along with Sundowns) are the only teams who are yet to play a draw.
9. Thunderbirds, Tsunami and Richmond have won the least number of matches – 2 each.
10. Sundowns and TUT Ladies have won the most – 15 and 13 respectively.
11. The University of Western Cape Ladies (UWC) have drawn the most matches – 7
12. Richmond has lost the greatest number of matches – 14.
13. Tsunami and Richmond are yet to hit double figures in terms of points – they are on 7 and 6 respectively.
By FARPost Reporter