Dedebit extended the lead at Women’s League table


Thrashing Ethio-Electric to a humiliating score line, Ethiopian Women League defending champion Dedebit widens the gap on the top of the table. Mekelakya defeated Sidama to claim second a point above former champions Ethiopia NegedBank.
Back from international hat trick over Libya, leading top scorer Losa Aberra once again made a hat trick in the Women’s League second round opening match on Tuesday. Rehima Zergaw and Betelhem Seman added the remaining two to trash bottom of the table Ethio-Electric to 5-0 defeat. Dedebit leads the league with twenty four points.
Medina Awol twice on target, Mekelakya defeated visitors Sidama Bunna to 3-2 score line thus taking the second spot with twenty points. In the hard faceoff in Addis Ababa, Redet Asasahenge twice managed to set the score line level, but the winning goal late in to the second half gave Mekelakya the all-important three points. The losers Sidama stands fifth with 14 points. Despite fielding the best of the squad at home against Ethiopia NegedBank managed only a goal less draw against visitors Adama Ketema thus sitting third with 19 points.
Lucy head coach Selam Zeray’s side Kidus Giorgis managed a goal less away draw with strong side Gedeo-Dilla thus stayed in relegation zone with nine points from ten matches. Sara Nebsso hit the brace for the home side while Kifia Abdulrahman and Betelehem Seman level the score line to Kidus Giorgis. The Hawassa versus visitors Diredawa ended in a one-up draw therefore the home side stayed sixth with ten points while Diredawa sitting seventh in goal differences.