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Modise Goal Decorates Brave Banyana

61-st ranked Banyana Banyana opened its London 2012 Olympic Games campaign with a 4-1 loss to the heavily-favoured Sweden, ranked fourth internationally, in Coventry on Wednesday evening. After conceding three goals in the opening 20mins, the South Africa girls settle down to restore pride

Banyana v Sweden Preview

Banyana Banyana take on a heavily-favoured Sweden in their opening London 2012 fixture in Coventry this evening. Match is to be broadcast live on SABC 1 and SuperSport at 20:45 (SA time)

Banyana Defender Steps Up for Girls

Banyana Defender Steps Up for Girls

The inaugural season of the JVW Girls School Soccer League is about to kick off, and aspirant girls football players in Ekurhuleni will have the chance to catch the eye of Banyana defender, Janine van Wyk, and South Africa’s women’s football icon, Fran Hilton-Smith.

Banyana Eye Pre-Olympic Friendlies

Coach Joseph Mkhonza relieved as Janine van Wyk joins 21-member Banyana Banyana squad for European pre-Olympic preparations, including friendlies against Cameroon and Great Britain

Banyana Ready to Book AWC Place

Coming into their return-leg home qualification fixture against Zambia after winning 4-1 in Lusaka two weeks ago, Banyana Banyana are confident of booking their place in the African Women’s Championship

Don’t Relax says Coach Mkhonza

Head coach Joseph Mkhonza cautions 18 Banyana Banyana players selected to represent Team SA at the London 2012 Olympic Games against relaxing

Comfortable AWC Away Win Bonus

Zambia had the misfortune of having to replace their goalkeeper twice due to injuries, but Banyana Banyana will savour their 4-1 away-leg win in the African Women’s Championship qualifier.

Banyana Line Up for AWC Qualifier

Mkhonza names strong squad to face Zambia in African Women’s Championship qualifier first leg away match in Lusaka on Saturday

Vital Fixtures for London Bound Banyana

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.

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