Pauw Keeps Banyana Banyana Focussed on AWC

The South African Senior Women’s National Team, Sasol Banyana Banyana, continue with their preparations for the 2014 African Women’s Championships, with the squad holding a one week training camp from 16 – 20 June, at the Bedfordview FC grounds.

SASOL Banyana Banyana’s preparations for the 9th edition of the African Women’s Championships started on a positive note with the team’s 4-0 victory over Botswana, in an international friendly match played at the Isak Steyl Stadium at the Vaal University of Technology (VUT) in Vanderbijil Park.

Head coach Vera Pauw said it was important to continue with the training camp, to monitor the players and to work on aspects that needed to be fine-tuned.

“We have to continue with the training and not give players a long break out of camp. Every camp is important for us, as it gives us time to work on our play and other departments that we have to improve on ahead of the African Women’s Championships,” she said.

Pauw has invited USA-based midfielder Jermaine Seoposenwe to the training camp. Seoposenwe, who joined the Samford University soccer team at the start of their 2014 season, has not featured in Pauw’s past selections.

“The squad we currently have is the core of the team, we need to solidify them as we work towards our goal of becoming a force to be reckoned with in international women’s football. There are players that we will still look at before we finalise the squad for African Women’s Championships, hence we have invite Seoposenwe to the camp,” Pauw added.


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Andile Dlamini, Mamelodi Sundowns, Johannesburg

Thoko Mndaweni, Croesus FC, Johannesburg


Nothando Vilakazi, Palace Super Falcons, Johannesburg

Amanda Sister, Liverpool Ladies, Port Elizabeth

Janine van Wyk, JVW FC, Johannesburg

Letago Madiba, TUT Ladies, Pretoria

Nomathemba Ntsibande, Springs Home Sweepers, Johannesburg

Lebogang Mabatle, TUKS Ladies, Pretoria

Simphiwe Dludlu, TUKS Ladies FC, Pretoria

Nelisiwe Mchunu, JVW FC, Johannesburg


Amanda Dlamini, University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg

Gloria Thato, TUKS Ladies, Pretoria

Alocia Thoboka, Mamelodi Sundowns FC, Johannesburg

Sanah Mollo, Mamelodi Sundowns FC, Pretoria

Lebogang Ramalepe, Maindis FC, Polokwane

Tina Selepe, Palace Super Falcons FC, Johannesburg

Leandra Smeda, UWC Ladies, Cape Town

Refiloe Jane, VUT Ladies, Johannesburg

Mamello Makhabane, Palace Super Falcons FC, Johannesburg

Mphumi Nyandeni, FC Rossiyanka, Russia

Jermaine Seoposenwe, Samford University FC, USA


Shiwe Nongwanya, Bloemfontein Celtics Ladies, Bloemfontein

Silindile Ngubane, Durban Ladies FC, Pietermaritzburg

Ode Fulutudilu, Lee University FC, USA

Chantelle Essau, Palace Super Falcons FC, Johannesburg

Portia Modise, Creosus FC, Johannesburg

Noko Matlou, Maindis FC, Polokwane



Photo 1 caption: The SASOL Banyana Banyana squad of 32 ahead of their away fixture against the Comores, with head coach Vera Pauw, former Banyana Banyana captain Desiree Ellis and goalkeeping coach Cameron Cox. Photo: SAFA


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