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Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies beat First Touch Academy Ladies 8-1 in Hollywoodbets Super League matchday 15 encounter.

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Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies celebrate Melinda Kgadiete’s goal

Banyana Ba Style’s pursuit for success in the HWBSL saw them host First Touch Academy Ladies from Limpopo at Wits University Stadium in Johannesburg.

The league defending champions started the match on the front foot.

Taking the lead in the 12th minute through Melinda Kgadiete, before Nonhlanhla Mthandi doubled the lead four minutes later.

Sundowns kept on putting the pressure on disjointed First Touch Academy’s defence.

And got rewarded three more times before the break.

Boitumelo Rabale, Oratile Mokwena, and Kgadiete all scored to make the score 5-0 in the break for the host.

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Despite pulling one back in the second half, the drubbing continued.

Chuene Morifi made it six for Downs ladies in the 51st minute, before Kgadiete completed her hattrick in the 72nd minute.

South African international Lebogang Ramalepe completed the scoring in the 82nd minute to the ladies an emphatic 8-1 victory.

The win sees them move a point behind the University of Western Cape in second position.

The Cape Town based club is sitting at the top of the table with 39 points after 15 games.

Sundowns Ladies will next be in action this Saturday against Ma-Indies Ladies.

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