The Inaugural SAFA National Women’s League (SNWL) is left with one round of fixtures before it comes to an end but there has been lots of criticism than applause.
The League has been marred with administrative challenges more specifically with traveling arrangements and match officials arriving late for games and the lack of sponsorship.
Speaking to FARPost on Sunday, SAFA Vice President Ria Ledwaba says the association has noted all the challenges raised by all stakeholders and they will be engaging with all teams for feedback purposes.
“In terms of those challenges I know that the office has noted every kind of challenge that they have faced and there will be improvements,” she said.
“There will be engagements with the teams first just to check you know evaluate ourselves and see how far we have gone in terms of all those challenges.
“We have seen a team traveling to Cape Town (by Bus) which was not good enough but remember we played this tournament with no sponsor but we are trusting that when we come to the second edition we will definitely have a sponsor,” added Ledwaba.
The Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies team are Champions elect with 21 wins from their 21 matches and they will take on rivals Tshwane University of Technology (TUT Ladies) in their last game of the League on Sunday, 29 March at the Lucas Moripe Stadium in Attridegeville.
By Ofhani Munyai