Queen on brink of making history

Queen on brink of making history

MASERU – Mehalalitoe captain Boitumelo Rabale is on the brink of history when her South African club Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies take on Hasaacas Ladies from Ghana in the first ever CAF Women’s Champions League final tomorrow.
The final will be held in Cairo, Egypt, and if Sundowns win, Rabale will become the first Mosotho to lift a Champions League trophy.

Queen, as Rabale is known in football, left the country in 2018 to pursue her studies and football career at Lewis & Clark Community College (LCCC) in the United States through a scholarship Kick4Life secured for her and she graduated.
In 2020, she was named the National Junior College Athletic Association’s (NJCAA) Women’s Soccer Player of the Year by United Soccer Coaches after scoring 57 goals and recording 33 assists in the league and helping her team to a third-place finish at the NJCAA Division National Tournament in November 2019.

She joined the South African champions this year and has already helped them win the inaugural COSAFA Women Champions League scoring in the 3-0 victory over Black Rhino Queens of Zimbabwe to qualify for the continental championship.
In the Women’s Super League, Sundowns are running away with the title and after 22 games they have 61 points.

Although Rabale has only started one game in the Champions League, she is a player who can always influence a game and fingers are crossed she gets a chance tomorrow.
On Tuesday, the Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) wished Rabale and Sundowns well ahead of the final.

Tlalane Phahla

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