The Namibia Football Association (NFA) Women Super League will resume on 26 May with Rounds 3 and 4 of the championships.
JS Academy currently lead the log with 25 points, followed by Okahandja Beauties on 24, while Poly Babes are third on 21 points.
During the mid-season break, Beauties acquired the services of right winger Thomalina Adams, who has returned after spending a season with Germania F.C. in Germany.
Upon her return Adams was the star for the Karas region at the Namibian Newspaper Cup exhibition match in which she scored four goals to lead Karas to a 5-1 victory over Hardap at Keetmanshoop over Easter.
JS Academy signed Brave Gladiators goalkeeper Bonita Eixas from Okahandja Beauties during the transfer period after the second round games were completed. This means that the youthful side who has over the past season produced most of the national youth players will have an experienced player among them as they aim for the championship title.
The Academy has also signed the 14-year-old Otavi-born midfielder Melissa Matheus with the main aim of keeping her active and competitive for the benefit of the youth national teams in the future.
Other Academy players that can lead the team to their first ever glory include the likes of 15 year old Anuscka Kordom, Under-17 internationals Emma Naris and Lovisa Mulunga and Vistorine Shangula.
Poly Babes are the best tertiary institution female team at the moment. The Babes have been in training even when the league took a break and most of the players are also in preparation activities for the 2012 Cucsa Games to be hosted by Namibia.
The squad includes experienced players like current Brave Gladiators captain Queen Manga, the Gladiators’ all time top goal scorer Stella Williams, Under-20 star player Lorraine Jossop, former Brave Gladiators midfielder Emily Gertze, Brave Gladiators Defender Maggy Paulus and Under 20 national striker Daphny Naobes.