Saudi Women’s League: Sadara Nasra and Five Crescents

Saudi Women’s League: Sadara Nasra and Five Crescents
Saudi Women’s League: Sadara Nasra and Five Crescents
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Saudi Women’s League: Sadara Nasra and Five Crescents


Wednesday – 3 Rajab 1444 AH – January 25, 2023 AD

From the Al Shabab and Al Ittihad Women match (Middle East)

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Riyadh: Lolwa Al-Anqari

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The 11th round of the Saudi Women’s League witnessed heated and enthusiastic confrontations, as Al-Nasr consolidated its lead by four against its Al-Ahly counterpart, against three goals. As for Al-Hilal, it won its match against Shula Al-Sharqiya with a score of 5/1 through Shawkhan (four goals), and the fifth from Elizabeth Addo).
Al-Yamama returned to compete again after defeating Sama by 13 goals to none, as Lulu Osama scored three goals, Basma Bin Lakhalaf two goals, Fatima Mansour two goals, Nora Ibrahim and Hessa Al-Dakhil (two reverse goals), Al-Bandari Mubarak, Majd Al-Otaibi, Mai Salem, and Nujud Ibrahim (Own goals).
Al-Shabab proved their worth again after defeating Al-Ittihad in a decisive confrontation, with a goal without a response, scored by the player Menna Tariq.
Al-Nassr established its lead with 26 points, followed by Al-Hilal with 25 points, followed by Al-Yamamah and Al-Shabab with 20 points.
Al-Shabab topped in third place, Al-Yamama fourth on goal difference, Al-Ittihad came in fifth place with 19 points, Al-Ahly with 10 points, Shula Al-Sharqiya with 5 points, and Sama without a balance.
The Iraqi Shukhan Noureddine, attacking Al-Hilal, raised its tally to 37 goals, the Bahraini Hessa Al-Issa, the Al-Nasr player, to 14 goals, and Ibtisam Jaradi, the Al-Ahly player, and Zainab Kazem, the Al-Ittihad player, scored 9 goals each.

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