CAF Picks North African Referees For Super Falcons, Banyana Banyana Clash


The Confederation of African Football has again picked North African referees for the second leg match between Super Falcons of Nigeria and Banyana Banyana of South Africa in the Women’s Olympic Football qualifiers.

CAF picked Tunisian Dorsaf Ganouati as referee and her compatriots Houda Afine and Emna Ajbouni as first assistant and fourth official respectively while Egyptian Yara Atef Said Abdelfattah will be a second assistant referee.

Agar Mezing from Cameroon will be the referee assessor while Cindy Dludlu from e-Swatini will be match commissioner.

The players trained in the premises of their hotel on Saturday morning and also trained at the MKO Abiola National Stadium on Sunday morning, before departing Abuja for Lagos aboard an Air Peace flight, to connect their flight to South Africa on Sunday night.

Nine-time African champions Nigeria will arrive in Johannesburg on Monday morning, and then do a one-hour road trip to Pretoria. They are scheduled to have the official training at the Loftus Versfeld Stadium by 7.30 pm (6.30 pm) Nigeria time on Monday.