Week 9 of the ongoing and exciting Super League action produced stellar performances with an abundance of goals over the past weekend #GoGirls
JVW Girls FC underlined their title credentials with another convincing win over Durban Ladies in the third week of the SAFA National Women’s League season. #GoGirls
The second edition of the SAFA National Women’s League got off to an impressive start as newcomers JVW Girls Football Club, defending champions, Mamelodi Sundowns, First Touch, among others, earn victories in the first round of fixtures.
JVW FC and Ma Indies have booked a spot in the 2019 Sasol National League Championship final after beating Royal Wizards and Sunflower FC, respectively, on Friday
Four teams have cemented their spots in the semi-final round of the 2019 Sasol National League Championship that will take place on Friday in Tsakane
Three scintillating matches took place on the first day of the 2019 Sasol National Championships with JVW hammering Executive Ladies 12-0 on Tuesday
Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana coach Desiree Ellis is delighted at the availability of Houston Dash-signed Janine van Wyk, Linda Motlhalo and Thembi Kgatlana, while acknowledging the unavailability of Leandra Smeda due to club commitments.
Commanding performances by Super Falcon, Bloemfontein Celtic and Kanatla Ladies saw the teams take control of their respective streams of the Sasol Women’s League action this past weekend.
Unbeaten Bloemfontein Celtic, away to Simunye Ladies at Kovsies on Sunday, looks set for return to SASOL League National Champs as the Women’s League spotlight is set on Free State this weekend
Thalea Smidt of UWC during the 2016 Sasol Womens League National Championship match between Golden Ladies and UWC, at the D’Almeida Stadium in Western Cape on 9 December 2016. Photo: Samuel Shivambu/Backpagepix