Bantwana Preparations in Gear Ahead of World Cup Qualifiers

The South African U-17 National Women’s Team (Bantwana) are well on their way as they prepare for the 2022 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Photo: SAFA (Twitter)

The South African U-17 National Women’s Team (Bantwana) are well on their way as they prepare for the 2022 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup.

The junior girls are in a training camp ahead of their first round of World Cup qualifiers against Kenya in March.

The 7th Edition of this World Cup, which was postponed last year due to the coronavirus pandemic, will take place in October in India.

Bantwana Head Coach Simphiwe Dludlu, said: “We are looking forward to getting back on the pitch and building a team that will take us to the FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup in October this year.

“At this level of football, we are faced with many challenges as we always have to build a new team and navigate around the education of the various players. However, I believe we have a system that accommodates everyone’s needs.”

After this camp, the South African U-17 National Women’s Team will next report for camp on 24 February, to start preparing for their first leg match against Kenya.

The first leg will take place on the 12th of March 2022, with the return leg scheduled for the weekend of 19 March.

 

South African U-17 National Women’s Team Training Camp Squad:

Goalkeepers:

Iviwe Nompondo Cape Town Roses (Western Cape)

Kgomotso Musimango Kempton Park FC (Gauteng)

Roche Baardman Stellenbosch FC (Western Cape)

Akhona Madidimane Mito Stars (Gauteng)

Defenders

Siphesihle Madiya Lindelani FC (KwaZulu Natal)

Omuhle Ngcobo Lindelani FC (KwaZulu Natal)

Lindelwa Mjwara Sapphire Ladies ( KwaZulu Natal)

Siphesihle Deliwe Cape Town Roses (Western Cape)

Ntando Phahla Sunflower WFC (KwaZulu Natal)

Zintle Mxwali Cape Town Roses (Western Cape)

Geneva Abrahams Vasco Da Gama (Western Cape)

Siphesihle Maselane Mito Stars (Gauteng)

Midfielders:

Kutlwano Maphane Mito Stars (Gauteng)

Kananelo Taiwe Unattached (Free State)

Siphesihle Magaze Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies (Gauteng)

Mmabatho Mogale High Performance Centre (Gauteng)

Lumka Qhekeka Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies (Gauteng)

Nonhle Mabaso JVW Ladies (Gauteng)

Cinderella Mibe Wits Juniors (Gauteng)

Ayongezwa Mdingi RV United (Western Cape)

Kwanele Mgadwa Mito Stars (Gauteng)

Daniella Segall University of Cape Town (Western Cape)

Ayanda Mkhize Durban Ladies (KwaZulu Natal)

Mpho Dlamini Kempton Park FC (Gauteng)

Anako Dlala Sunflower WFC (KwaZulu Natal)

Nomphelo Yakuphi Copperbelt Ladies (Limpopo)

Strikers:

Nomdumiso Malinga Mito Stars (Gauteng)

Gugu Dhlamini High Performance Centre (Gauteng)

Azile Phiti Cape Town Roses (Western Cape)

 

Photo 1 Caption: The South African U-17 National Women’s Team (Bantwana) are well on their way as they prepare for the 2022 FIFA U-17 Women’s World Cup qualifiers. Photo: SAFA (Twitter)

With editing by gsport

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