Olympic Experience Lifts Banyana

Banyana Banyana want to keep up the momentum from the Olympic Games, where they held world champions Japan to a goalless draw in their final match . The squad is preparing for the upcoming African Women’s Championships in Equatorial Guinea where they will compete against the continent’s best from 28 October – 11 November 2012.

SAFA Mentors Aspiring Women Coaches

SAFA’s goal to coach 200 women coaches, as part of the KNVB programme, is on track. Its Technical Director of Women’s Football Fran Hilton-Smith says having qualified coaches at junior level can help improve the standard of grassroots football.

SuperSport to Broadcast Diamond Challenge

Subscribers to the national pay-channel are in for a treat, with the announcement that Supersport will broadcast the inaugural Diamond Challenge international four-nations tournament featuring hosts South Africa, Malawi, Botswana and Zambia live.

Gauteng North Claim Title Hat-Trick

Despite losing the most senior players than any other team, due to the unavailability of the SPAR Protea players for the duration of the tournament, defending champions Gauteng North beat Gauteng Central 60-41 after an early upset to convincingly claim their third successive SPAR National Netball Championships title

Gauteng N Consistency Seeks Hat-Trick Title

Gauteng Central’s coach, former Proteas captain Elsje Jordaan will take her rejuvenated team’s challenge to defending champions Gauteng North’s Jenny van Dyk’s talent-rich outfit in a Highveld Derby Saturday scheduled for 11:30am at the UJ Sports Campus in Auckland Park

Malawi SA’s Diamond Challenge Nemesis

Netball SA Director of Selectors, Christine du Preez, views Malawi as the SPAR Proteas’ sternest challenge in the upcoming Diamond League also featuring Botswana and Zambia, as the hosts looks to regain the world no. 5-ranked spot in the world

Gauteng Storms to 3rd ABSA WL Title

Gauteng won their third ABSA Women’s League national champs title in four years by blasting home six goals to emphasise their superiority over North West in the final on Thursday

AWL Semi-finalists Decided

Two-time ABSA Women’s League National Championships winner Gauteng looking good in 1st semi against KwaZulu-Natal, and an evenly-matched Free State v North West fixture for the second semi as 2011 defending champs Eastern Cape are eliminated after group-stage round-robin