SAFA Recognises U19 Outstanding Achievers

SAFA Recognises U19 Outstanding Achievers

Individual Awards Recipients recognised after the 2013 SAFA Under 19 Women Championships are Lorriane Makhoali (Top goal scorer and Player of the Tournament, with 6 goals from Gauteng), Nontigie Motshabi (Goalkeeper of the Tournament, Free State), KwaZulu-Natal (Team of the Tournament), Anelisa Ndyebi (Promising player of the Tournament, Eastern Cape), Themba Siyatsha (Assistant Referee of the Tournament), Bongiwe Nkosi (Referee of the tournament) and Gae Lephalo (Coach of the Tournament, from Gauteng). Photo: SAFA

There were celebrations galore at the end of the annual SAFA Under 19 Women Championships, that came to an end on Tuesday, 13 August, at Loubser Park Stadium in Kroonstad.

The tournament was dominated by defending champions Gauteng, who won their fifth title in a row when they defeated KwaZulu Natal 2-0 in the final.

In the bronze-medal match, Western Cape whipped Mpumalanga 5-1.

The celebrations were sparked by the end of the tournament prize-giving ceremony that recognised players, coaches and match officials for standing head and shoulders above the rest during the five-day football fiesta.

 

2013 SAFA Under 19 Women Championships Individual Awards Recipients:
Top goal scorer of the tournament – Lorriane Makhoali (Gauteng, with six goals)
Goalkeeper of the tournament – Nontigie Motshabi, Free State
Team of the tournament – KwaZulu Natal
Player of the tournament – Lorraine Makhaoli (Gauteng)
Promising player of the tournament – Anelisa Ndyebi (Eastern Cape)
Assistant Referee of the tournament – Themba Siyatsha
Referee of the tournament – Bongiwe Nkosi
Coach of the tournament – Gae Lephalo (Gauteng)
 
RWL U19 Championship 2013 Results at Loubscher Park in Kroonstad, Free State:
(Match / Time / Host / Visitor)
Day 1 – Friday 9 August 2013:
1. North West 1-2 Gauteng
2. Mpumalanga 2-1 Eastern Cape
3. Western Cape 2-0 Free State
Day 2 – Saturday 10 August 2013:
Click to read the Day 2 wrap on gsport
4. Eastern Cape 8-2 Northern Cape
5. Free State 1-5 KwaZulu-Natal
6. Gauteng 6-0 Limpopo
Day 3 – Sunday 11 August 2013:
Click to read the Day 3 wrap on gsport
7. 12:00 KwaZulu-Natal 0-0 Western Cape
8. 13:45 Limpopo 0-10 North West
9. 15:30 Northern Cape 1-3 Mpumalanga
Semi-Finals Day 4 – Monday 12 August 2013:
10. 12:00: Mpumalanga 0-7 Gauteng
11. 13:45: KwaZulu-Natal 1-0 Western Cape
Finals Day 5 – Tuesday 13 August 2013:
3rd/4th Place Play-offs – 10:00: Mpumalanga 1-5 Western Cape
Final – 11:45: Gauteng 2-0 KwaZulu-Natal

 

(With editing by gsport)

 

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