Defending champions, Black Rhinos Queens are confident of returning the Women Super League title following a clinical display against Hearts of Oak in a match played at the ZNA 2 Brigade headquarters grounds in Harare today.

Leading the league table with 67 points from 24 matches, Black Rhinos Queens are proving why they are referred to as the ‘Queens of Football’ following 19-nil massacre of the struggling Bulawayo-based Hearts of Oak.

Rhinos dominated the entire match, scoring eight goals in the first half and the other 11 goals in the second quarter.

Left with only seven games to finish off the season, the military-side is confident it will defend their title although head coach, Mr Kudakwashe Matawi told the ZBC News that it is still tough to rule out other top performing teams in the league.

Admitting that the defeat was humiliating, Hearts of Oak Coordinator, Mr Libert Mutendi said the young girls put up a fight considering the fact that the team lost a number of its experienced players last season, but expressed confidence that the team will survive relegation.

In some of the tough matches ahead, Rhinos will face the in-form Correctional Services and Mutare-based Faith Drive, while the other five games were described by the team as a ‘highway passage’ to championship.