The JS Academy on Saturday won the Women’s Super League and saw their defender Lovisa Mulunga voted Player of the Season on Sunday afternoon.
The Academy needed just a point to win the league coming into the final round of matches and empathically dispatched of 21 BDC United 5-1 on Saturday at the Eldorado Field to clinch the title with 49 points.
Poly Babes also won their Saturday fixture against UNAM Bokkies 8-1 to move into second place ahead of Okahandja Beauties on 43 points.
But on Sunday, Beauties hammered UNAM 9-0 to retain second place with a superior goal difference ahead of Poly Babes who went on to lose 1-0 to champions JS Academy at the NFA Technical Centre.
The Academy walked away with a floating Trophy, N$20 000 and 25 gold medals, while Beauties got silver and N$12 000 for second place. Poly Babes got bronze medals as well as N$6 000, while 21 BDC United finished fourth and received N$ 3 500, UNAM fifth (N$2 500) and Challengers last (N$2 000).
Academy defender Lovisa Mulunga, who is also captain of the national Under 17 team, was voted Best Player of the Season, with her 16-year-old teammate Emma Naris voted Best Young Player of the Season and Poly Babes’ Lorraine Jossob the Most Improved Player of the season.
Okahandja Beauties’ Emmerencia Fredericks finished on top of the goal scorers chart with 40 goals, with teammate Juliana Skrywer in second place with 29 goals and the Academy’s Zenata Coleman third with 21 goals.
Bertus Bock of the Academy won the Coach of the Season award which came with a tracksuit and a FIFA coaching DVD, while Helena Iipinge of 21 DBC United won the Manager of the Season Award. The Academy also won the Fair Play Award.
Namibian Sun Sport writer Hector Homer Mawonga won the Sports Reporter of the Season award that came with a tracksuit, trophy and N$500.
Each winner of the individual players’ awards received a trophy, tracksuit, and cell phone as well as N$500 cash. The 2013 Women Super League season is scheduled to start in April 2013 with an addition of two more clubs, the Windhoek Prisons XI and possibly the Namibia Schools Sport Union (NSSU) team.
The weekend’s results, the final log standing and the top goal scorers chart are attached.
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