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Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana Banyana intact on Thursday, beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.

Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points.

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Nigeria's Desire Oparanozie tackles Banyana's Amanda Dlamini during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesFans cheer on their team during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match between South Africa and Nigeria at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesNigeria's Chiwendu Chukwunonye and Banyana's Noko Matlou in action during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesNigeria's Marvis Ohale and Banyana's Mamello Makhabane in action during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesBanyana's Mamello Makhabane is tackled by Nigeria's Chinyere Mbachu during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesBanyana's Elson Matjila and Nigeria's Ebere Orji battle to for the ball during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesBanyana's Noko Matlou and Nigeria's Marvis Ohale of Nigeria battle for the ball during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesNigeria's Lorretia Sadoh celebrates her team's win after their 7th CAF Womens Championship match against South Africa at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesBanyana Banyana's Noko Matlou tackles Nigeria's Marvis Ohale during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesFans cheer on their sides during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match between South Africa and Nigeria at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesNigeria players celebrate after winning their 7th CAF Womens Championship match against South Africa at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesBanyana's Simphiwe Dludlu and Nigeria's Ebere Orji go for the header during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. Photo: Gallo ImagesBanyana's Mamello Makhabane tackles Nigeria's Chiwendu Chukwunonye during the 7th CAF Womens Championship match at Sinaba Stadium in Benoni. Nigeria kept their unbeaten record against Banyana intact after beating the hosts in the second round, Group B game of the Caf African Women's Championship.  Banyana were determined to finally get a victory against the five-time Caf Championships winners, having previously come close only to let themselves down. But the Super Falcons held on to their lead, maintaining their place at the top of group A on six points. 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