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NEWS: Excitement builds ahead of first round of Hollywoodbets Super League fixtures

Everything you need to know ahead of the first round of Hollywoodbets Super League action of 2022.

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Everything you need to know ahead of the first round of Hollywoodbets Super League action of 2022.

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The excitement builds ahead of week 1

The excitement is building ahead of the 2022 edition of the Hollywoodbets Super League. We kick things off on Saturday 23 April with five fixtures, all kicking off at 15:00. The pick of the Saturday action sees JVW FC take on Richmond United. 

The league’s two newcomers are also in action with Vasco da Gama traveling to Free State to face Bloem Celtic. City Lads Ladies, meanwhile, host UWC. 

On Sunday, First Touch FC host Tsunami Queens before the weekend’s televised match sees defending champions, Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies travel to Limpopo to face Ma-Indies Ladies. 

The rounds action comes to a conclusion on Wednesday afternoon where Durban Ladies FC host TUT FC on Mzansi’s east coast. 

Fixtures and betting

Saturday 23 April 2022

Bloem Celtic 5/10 | Draw 5/2 | Vasco Da Gama 47/10 (15:00)
City Lads Ladies 6/1 | Draw 15/4 | UWC 3/10 (15:00)
Coal City Wizards 17/10 | Draw 2/1 | UJ FC 14/10 (15:00)
Golden Ladies 15/4 | Draw 5/2 | Thunderbirds Ladies (15:00)
JVW FC 1/4 | Draw 15/4 | Richmond United 8/1

Sunday 24 April

First Touch FC 1/4 | Draw 15/4 | Tsunami Queens 8/1 (11:30)
Ma-Indies Ladies 10/1 | Draw 4/1 | Sundowns Ladies 1/5 (15:00)

Wednesday 27 April

Durban Ladies | Draw | TUT FC (13:00) *betting tba

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