Banyana Banyana have kick-started their African Women’s Championship campaign with a confidence-boosting 4-0 win over Algeria.
Banyana Banyana face Algeria tomorrow in Oleh, Nigeria, in their opening match of the 2006 Fifth African Championship for Women’s Football.
The South African National Women’s Soccer Squad, Banyana Banyana leave for Nigeria from the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg at 3:30pm this afternoon, and their flight will be all the more significant for having just met former South African President, Nelson Mandela.
The head of Women’s Football in New Zealand, Michele Cox, has been in South Africa shadowing Banyana Banyana’s preparations for the African Women’s Championships, as a part of her input in FIFA’s Com-Unity project.
Banyana Banyana, the national women’s soccer team is progressing well in their efforts to prepare for the African Women’s Championships, according to Fran Hilton-Smith, coach extraordinaire.
Banyana Banyana, under the watchful eyes of national coach Augustine Makalakalane and high performance team manager, Fran Hilton-Smith, are being put through rigorous strength and conditioning training in preparation for the African Women’s Soccer Championships in Nigeria next month.
South Africa’s most qualified women’s soccer coach, Fran Hilton-Smith, is back from Russia, where she was appointed to be on world governing body, FIFA’s technical study group during the Under-20 Women’s World Cup.
SAFA CEO Raymond Hack has congratulated the women’s national soccer team, Banyana Banyana on winning the COSAFA Cup.
South Africa’s national women’s soccer team Banyana Banyana is leading Namibia 2-1 in the Final of the Women’s COSAFA Cup in Lusaka, Zambia.
Banyana Banyana captain Portia Modise scores a brace as SA’s senior women’s soccer team beats Namibia 3-1 to win the women’s COSAFA Cup in Lusaka, Zambia.
South Africa’s national women’s soccer team, Banyana Banyana, have finally managed to tame Zimbabwe, beating them 4-1 in Lusaka a short while ago, to advance to tomorrow’s final of the Women’s COSAFA Cup, where Namibia await them.
South Africa’s national women’s soccer team, Banyana Banyana, face a formidable Zimbabwe side in the semi-finals of the COSAFA Cup in Lusaka this afternoon (kick-off at 3pm).