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Bashin Upbeat for Nigeria Showdown

Banyana Banyana is fired up for their semi-final clash against Africa’s No 1 ranked women’s football team Nigeria in the CAF African Women Championship on Wednesday, 7 November.

Draw Not on Cards Says Banyana Coach

Banyana Banyana will be aiming for a win when they face the Democratic Republic of Congo in their final group fixture in the CAF African Women Championship on November 3. Banyana are looking to make it two in row after they beat Senegal in their last encounter.

Banyana Confident Ahead of Senegal Clash

Banyana Banyana are hoping to bounce back against Senegal on Wednesday in the CAF African Women Championship. Banyana lost their first match of the tournament 1-0 to hosts Equatorial Guinea on Sunday.

100th Cap for Portia Modise

They have done the hard work and now it is time to perform on the big stage. Banyana Banyana take on host Equatorial Guinea in the opening match of the CAF African Women’s Championship on Sunday at 4:30pm.

Hamstring Injury forces Jafta Home

Hamstring injury forces Banyana Banyana midfielder Yola Jafta to return home from preparations for the CAF African Women Championship 2012 in Cameroon, while the support team keeps an eye on Nocawe Skiti’s tonsillitis as D-Day approaches on Sunday

Sister on the Rebound for Banyana

Banyana Banyana Central defender Amanda Sister was impressive in her first game back from injury. Sister scored Banyana Banyana’s only goal in their draw against Cameroon in Yaoundé

Banyana Draw With Cameroon in Yaoundé

Banyana Banyana have drawn their warm-up match against Cameroon 1-1 in Yaoundé. Central defender Amanda Sister, back from injury, scored the equaliser with 2 minutes left on the clock.

Banyana Camp in Cameroon Ahead of AWC

Coach Joseph Mkhonza fine-tunes Banyana Banyana at the final national camp in Yaoundé, Cameroon, ahead of their opening 2012 CAF African Women’s Championships fixture against Equatorial Guinea on 28 October.

Banyana ready to rise up rankings at AWC

Banyana Banyana will have more than winning the CAF African Women Championship on their mind when they leave for Cameroon this Friday. The team also want to climb up the FIFA Rankings.

Banyana Vow to do SA Proud

Banyana Vow to do SA Proud

Coach Mkonza acknowledges that the absence of three Banyana Banyana’s international players will test the team at the CAF African Women Championship 2012 in Equatorial Guinea, but insists that their objective on improving their FIFA and CAF ranks remains on the cards

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