Safa National Women’s League interesting statistics

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Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies have clinched the inaugural Safa National Women’s League title (SNWL), but there is still a lot to play for ahead of the last round of fixture with Downs striker Rhoda Mulaudzi and Tshwane University of Technology captain Hilda Magaia both sitting on 36 goals.

The SNWL will conclude on Sunday, March 29 and Sundowns Ladies will clash against their rivals TUT Ladies at the Lucas Moripe Stadium (Attridgeville).

Other teams will be looking to finish off the season on a high.

FARPost looks at SNWL 10 interesting statistics.

2 – Bottom of the table side, Tsunami Queens have won the least number of matches, two out of 20.

8 -Tsunami is the only team that is yet to hit double digits in terms of points – they are on eight.

8 -University of Western Cape (UWC Ladies) has drawn the greatest number of matches, eight.

10 – Downs Ladies with their strong backline have only conceded 12 goals, the lowest number in the league.

16 – Tsunami and Richmond Ladies have lost the greatest number of matches, 16 each.

36 – Mulaudzi and Magaia have both scored more goals than Tsunami (20), Richmond Ladies (20), Golden Ladies, (24) Thunderbirds Ladies, UJ Ladies (34), and Durban Ladies (31).

21 – Sundowns Ladies have won 21 consecutive games which is the highest number of wins by any team and a league record.

66 – Richmond Ladies’ leaky defence has conceded 66 goals in 20 games, the most by any team in the League.

82 – TUT and Sundowns have scored the most goals 82 in only 20 games respectively.

36 – Banyana Banyana duo Rhoda Mulaudzi and Hilda Magaia are the joint SNWL Top Scorers with 36 goals each.

By FARPost Reporter 

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