Vihiga Queens have started off the CAF Women Champions League (CAFWCL) competition on a low note after losing to South African side, Mamelodi Sundowns this evening. The match was played at 5 PM EAT at Al Salam Stadium in Cairo, Egypt.
Coach Charles Okere had Awuor at the post, Moraa, Nasaka, Oketch, Nafula, Mango, Anyango, Nabirye, Shikangwa, Engesha and Nanjala starting the match as Akinyi, Tembesi, Kadari, Kebedi, Awuor, Wayodi, Nyarinda, Situma, Ann and Chemutai were watching from the bench.
Vihiga Queens went down within the first three minutes from Melinda Kgadiete's strike and failed to make a comeback in the remaining minutes of the match.
Queens are in Group B of the 2021 CAF Women’s Champions League tournament alongside South African Mamelodi Sundowns, Moroccan ASFAR and Nigerian Rivers Angels.
The three-time Kenyan Women Premier League champions qualified for the competition on beating CBE of Ethiopia in the CECAFA qualifiers.
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