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The Ethiopian Premier League “Meles Cup” Women’s Soccer Championships first-round fixtures among 12 sides placed in four groups came to an end. Addis Ababa was represented by eight teams while the Eastern Zone was supposed to contribute two teams, but Harar Brewery was late to join and Mugher Cement has not showed up at the championships. Another three teams, Sidama Coffee, Hawassa Town and Arbaminch Town are from Southern Zone.
Thrashing Premier League new comer Water Sport with a 14-0 score line, with Shetaye Sisay finding the back of the net seven times in a single match for a new national record, Bank leads the group with nine points, registering three wins out of three. Overall, Bank scored 19 goals without conceding one, while Water Sport conceded 29 goals and scored only three. After a 1-1 draw with St. George, Defence Force took second spot with four points and St. George is third, equal on points but with the lesser goal difference. Water Sport is bottom of the table with no points.
Dedebit defeated Ethiopian Coffee 3-0 to be top of its group with nine points and 13 goals. The group’s heavy weight won three out of three while conceding only one goal while scoring 13. Insurance FC is placed second after its latest 3-0 victory over Electric that sits third with only three points. Ethiopian Coffee lies at the bottom of the table without a single point. Sidama Coffee leads the southern Zone with six points after two wins out of two, while Hawassa Town, who defeated Arbaminch Town 4-1, sits second, with three points. The single match  which pitted in the Eastern Zone, Diredawa Town versus Harar Brewery ended in an 8-1 victory to the only side from the East in the National League, Diredawa Town.  Mugher Cement hasn’t appeared in any of the fixtures and the Ethiopian Football Federation (EFF) has yet to enforce its ultimatum of banning any club which hasn’t formed a women’s football team from participating in any competition.