ZIFA Women Soccer Super LeagueA� has put on hold their weekend league matches to pave way for an extraordinary general meeting and activity planning sessions set for Friday and Saturday.
The planning sessions are meant for the Womena��s league to discuss strategic rebranding and repositioning of women football.
a�?We have shelved this weekenda��s fixtures so as to pave way for an EGM meeting we will be having this weekend,a�? said Theresa Maguraushe, the leaguea��s administrator.
a�?Zifa has adopted a new logo and as women football we want to discuss and get input from our members on how we can redesign and refresh our logo.A� We also want to agree on our mission and vision and agree on what our various members want,a�? Women Soccer boss Miriam Sibanda was quoted as saying.
Meanwhile, Flame Lily Queens are the early pacesetters in the Womena��s Soccer League as they are leading the pack on 12 points having played four games and are yet to taste defeat.
Breathing hard on their neck are Auckland Queens who are also on 12 points but trail log leaders by an inferior goal difference.
In their last fixture Auckland Queens dismissed Chipembere Queens 1-0.
Inline Academy are the only best performing Bulawayo club as they lie sixth on the log. They have played only two matches and have won all of them.
They are behind Flame Lily by six points with two games in hand over their log leaders and three over second placed Auckland Queens.
The other Bulawayo team, Borrow Jets, are finding the going tough in the Super League as they are rootedA� second from bottom having played three games and lost all three.