The Zambia Women National Team have continued shaping for the 2018 Total Women Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania next month.
Coach Albert Kachinga has 29 lasses in camp with the team having trained from Sunset Stadium this morning.
Kachinga has excused the injured Christabel Phiri from camp following her falling into a drainage off training.
Zambia will play Tanzania over two legs next month in the first round of qualification.
The tournament will be held in Ghana from 17th November 2018 to 1st December 2018.
CAF uses the tournament as the African qualifiers to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. The top three teams will qualify for the World Cup in France.
Catherine Musonda (Zesco United), Annie Namoonje (Ndeni), Bupe Mwanza(Buffalos), Rebecca Chola (Ndola School of Nursing)
Jacqueline Nkole(Ndeni), Margaret Belemu (Red Arrows), Mercy Nthala (Green Buffalo), Lweendo Chisamu (Green Buffalos), Jane Chalwe(Zesco United), Marvis Kapando (Moba Queens), Mweemba Lushomo (Nkwazi), Aliness Kasoma (National Assembly)
Mary Mwakapila (Green Buffaloes), Maylan Mulenga(Green Buffaloes), Hellen Chanda (Red Arrows), Rachael Lungu (Red Arrows), Prisca Chilufya (Red Arrows),Gloria Mwewa (Red Arrows), Rabecca Nyirenda (Red Arrows), Mary Mambwe(Nkwazi), Rhoda Chileshe (Zesco)
Misozi Zulu(Ndeni), Esther Mushota (Moba Queens), Racheal Kunda Mwanje (Konkola Blades), Kunda Mwanje, Theresa Chewe (Ndeni), Ireene Zulu(Chiparamba), Agness Musesa (Buffaloes), Havel Chitundu (Zesco)