The newly established 24 team Zimbabwe national Women’s Super League is proving to be a challenge for the women’s football administration headed by Rosemary Kanonge.

Viability problems could ruin the success of the women’s national league as teams are complaining about the high number of teams involved.

In some of the weekend fixtures Black Rhinos Queens thumped Weerams by five goals to nil at Glen View 4 Primary School in the capital on Saturday.

Weerams coach Lovemore Adriano said his side had lost to better side with the majority of the Mighty Warriors players.

Black Rhinos Queens coach Brian Derera said his side is determined to prove they are the best by winning everything on offer in the league.

Mighty Warriors player Eunice “Dude” Chibanda and Viola Ndlovu, the Black Rhinos Queens captain said the best is yet to come from Black Rhinos Queens.

In other matches Barrow St Jets lost 2-1 to ZRP Queens, while Correctional Services thumped Herts 10 nil, Zvisahave beat New Orleans 1-nil, Mwenezana beat Cyclone Stars 3-nil while Mutare’s Faith Drive beat Mufakose Queens 2-nil.

Newly established Harare City Queens FC beat Black Rhinos development side 2-nil at Gwanzura Stadium yesterday.

Rhinos reject lanky Lincie Mpaya returned to haunt them with a well taken brace at Gwanzura.

Harare City Queens FC and former Mighty Warriors coach Rosemary Mugadza were out to break records after firing warning shots in the second tier league where they are yet to lose a match.

Black Rhinos Queens developmental side coach Kudakwashe Mutuvi said their goal is to develop young players.

The league has also seen differences in strength and quality of teams prompting some of the clubs to question the logic behind taking non-competitive clubs who are unable to fulfill all their fixtures to form a national league.