Durban Ladies take on Cape Town Roses, while Palace Super Falcons are up against Bloem Celtic in the 2012 Sasol League National Champs 2012 after semi-finalists confirmed, Al’s Puk Tawana, Msiphuya Ladies FC, Kanatla Ladies, City Lads and RC Mills depart the tournament after failing to make last four
Squad of 24 for the Banyana Banyana training camp in Potchefstroom from 9–18 May 2012 features foreign-based Nompumelelo Nyandeni, Kylie Ann Louw and Roxanne Barker to join the youth brigade of Andile Dlamini, Robyn Moodaly and Lebohang Mabatle.
[fusion_builder_container hundred_percent=”yes” overflow=”visible”][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type=”1_1″ background_position=”left top” background_color=”” border_size=”” border_color=”” border_style=”solid” spacing=”yes” background_image=”” background_repeat=”no-repeat” padding=”” margin_top=”0px” margin_bottom=”0px” class=”” id=”” animation_type=”” animation_speed=”0.3″ animation_direction=”left” hide_on_mobile=”no” center_content=”no” min_height=”none”] Amanda Dlamini Banyana Banyana fell at the final hurdle as an 84th minute strike by Zimbabwean goal-getter Rufaro Machingura saw the Mighty Warriors crowned as the 2011 COSAFA Women’s Championship winners […]
The Senior Women’s National Team, Banyana Banyana, host Zimbabwe today in the second leg qualifier for the 6th African Women Championships. The game will be played at the Caledonian Stadium, Tshwane at 3pm.
Banyana Banyana came out tops in a punishing match against Zimbabwe’s Mighty Warriors, winning the return leg of their African Women’s Championships qualifier 2-nil at the Caledonian Stadium in Pretoria on Saturday, bringing elation to the boisterous crowd, which featured strong support for both teams.
Banyana Banyana secured an historic victory over Zimbabwe on Saturday afternoon, after two goals by Noko Matlou and one each by Nompumelelo Nyandeni and Mamello Makhabane ensured the best possible advantage ahead of the African Women’s Championship qualifier return leg, scheduled for Pretoria next week.
Banyana Banyana will be going all out to ensure they come out triumphantly against Zimbabwe in Harare at 3pm on Saturday, in their first leg qualifier for the African Women’s Championships.
The U20 South African women’s soccer team has returned from Mozambique with deep satisfaction following their emphatic Women’s U20 FIFA 2008 World Cup qualifier return-leg 3-1 victory over their Southern African neighbours, coming on the heels of the team’s 4-0 home victory a fortnight ago.
The South African U20 squad at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria, pictured before their opening match against Mozambique. Picture: gsport Basetsana are hard at work in Maputo, Mozambique this morning, ahead of their second leg World Cup qualifying encounter against the host nation.
SA U20 striker Chantelle Esau plays the ball away from Mozambique’s Maria Chiconela during their World Cup Qualifier in Pretoria on Sunday. Basetsana won 4-0. Pictures: Tladi Khuele/Bochabela Photography courtesy SAFA The South African National Women’s Under-20 Women team punished their Mozambican counterparts 4-0 at Pretoria’s Caledonian Stadium on Sunday 13th January, to secure a […]