Cameroonian officials will take charge of the first leg of the FIFA
U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifying fixture between Nigeria and Zambia
U-17 women teams. The first leg is billed for Lusaka on Saturday,
The Flamingoes ejected Kenya’s U-17 Women’s Team from the qualifiers
on a 5-0 aggregate last month and are back in camp for the final
qualifying fixture against the rampant Zambians.
Zambia thrashed Botswana 5-1 in Gaborone and won the return 2-0 in
Lusaka to be rewarded with a clash with the Flamingoes, who were at
the first two FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup finals.
Cameroonian Therese Neguel will be at the centre in Lusaka, to be
assisted by compatriots Patricia Houngouraman and Marie Christine
Dada, and Therese Abou’ou as Reserve Referee. The Match Commissioner
is Sebindi Maphosa from Zimbabwe.
For the return leg in Nigeria on Saturday, March 24, Senegalese
referees will take charge. Dia Fadouma is at the centre, to be
assisted by compatriots Die Alse Sylla and Adia Issue Cisse, and Amina
Fall as Reserve Referee. The Match Commissioner is Hilda Addah from
By Aderonke Ogunleye