Mbabane: Sitsebe SaMhlekazi striker Tenanile Ngcamphalala is among the 2020 COSAFA Women’s Championships.
Ngcamphalala scored three times in three matches to attain a 100 percent scoring record. She scored one in Eswatini’s 4-2 win over Comoros in the tournament’s opener before netting a brace against Angola where the locals were defeated 3-4.
South Africa’s Banyana Banyana forward Sibulele Holweni was the tournament’s top goal scorer with eight goals. Phumzile Dlamini ended with two goals with Celiwe ‘Cece’ Nkambule and Nojabuliso Mokgale grabbing a goal each.
South Africa were crowned champions after defeating Botswana 2-1 in the finals played at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, one of the 2010 FIFA World Cup host stadiums.
8 goals – Sibulele Holweni (South Africa)
7 – Tabitha Chawinga (Malawi)
4 – Nomvula Kgoale (South Africa), Hilda Magaia (South Africa)
3 – Barbra Banda (Zambia), Temwa Chawinga (Malawi), Cristina Makua (Angola), Tenanile Ngcamphalala (Eswatini), Gabriela Salgado (South Africa)
2 – Grace Chanda (Zambia), Phumzile Dlamini (Eswatini), Ireen Lungu (Zambia), Thanda Mokgabo (Botswana), Tebogo Tholekele (Botswana)
1 – Ana Afonso (Angola), Beatriz Augusto (Angola), Prisca Chilufya (Zambia), Karabo Dlamini (South Africa), Lone Gaofetoge (Botswana), Anllaouia Hadhirami Ali (Comoros Islands), Zaharouna Haoudadji (Comoros Islands), Abdourahmane Hairyat (Comoros Islands), Zainabu Kapanda (Malawi), Lonathemba Mhlongo (South Africa), Nonhlanhla Mthandi (South Africa), Maylan Mulenga (Zambia), Celiwe Nkambule (Eswatini), Mokgale Nonjabuliso (Eswatini), Kadosho Shekigenda (Tanzania), Asimenye Simwaka (Malawi)
Matches Played: 15
Goals scored: 64
Biggest victory: Malawi 9 Lesotho 0 (Group B, November 7)
Most goals in a game: 9 – Malawi 9 Lesotho 0 (Group B, November 7)