Group A leaders and four-time champions, Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC, are set to face Group B’s second placed team, Lady Doves.
Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC and Lady Doves both scored eight (8) goals in their respective groups.
Of the eight goals Lady Doves scored, seven (7) were scored by Fazila Ikwaput, unlike their opponents in Kawempe Muslim, who got their goals through many different players.
Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC defenders will have to be at their best to stop Fazila Ikwaput from punishing them.
The U-17 Women National team captain, Juliet Nalukenge, failed to score in the two games she played before going to school to sit her UACE (S6) final exams.
However, she (Nalukenge) managed to make an assist against Kampala Queens, one that was well finished by Hadijja Nandago.
Kawempe Muslim is, on paper, a bit more creative than Lady Doves, with players like Shakirah Nyinagahirwa, Hadijja Nandago, Margret Kunihira, Samalie Nakacwa, who always challenge the opponents with splendid play and creation of chances around the goal area.
Lady Doves have four key players, Fazila Ikwaput, Leticia Nabbosa, Madam Christine, and their goal custodian, Daisy Nakaziro.
The game between Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC and Lady Doves will be played at 9am at Fufa Technical Centre, Njeru, and the tie’s winner will face the winner between UCU Lady Cardinals and Uganda Martyrs Lubaga Women FC.
Semifinal Fixtures (3rd May 2021):
Kawempe Muslim Ladies FC Vs Lady Doves at 9am.
UCU Lady Cardinals Vs Uganda Martyrs Lubaga Women FC at 12pm.