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Sasol Banyana Banyana coach Vera Pauw has called 26 players into camp for assessment, in preparation for the international friendly match against the Black Queens of Ghana this coming Sunday, 18 May 2014. The match is scheduled for Dobsonville Stadium at 15h00.

The international friendly match will be coach Pauw’s second match in charge of Sasol Banyana Banyana having played to a 2-all draw against neighbours Zimbabwe in her first task last month.

“The upcoming international friendly against Ghana is important for preparations ahead of the upcoming African Women’s Championship qualifiers. We are in the process of building a formidable team and these international friendlies allow us to gauge ourselves against top African teams,” said Pauw 

“We are also fortunate to have a partner in Sasol that is not only putting money into the partnership but share our common vision in ensuring that Sasol Banyana Banyana become the top African women’s football playing nation and a contender in major international tournaments such as the FIFA Women’s World Cup as well as the Women’s Football Olympic Tournaments,” she added

Pauw said she will keep the current squad in camp intact as part of preparations for the match against Comoros.

Team:

Goalkeepers

Andile Dlamini

Mamelodi Sundowns

Johannesburg

Thoko Mndaweni

Croesus FC

Johannesburg

 

Defenders

Nothando  Vilakazi

Super Falcons

Johannesburg

Amanda Sister

Liverpool Ladies

Port Elizabeth

Janine Van Wyk

JVW FC

Johannesburg

Leandra Smeda

UWC Ladies

Cape Town

Letago Madiba

TUT Ladies

Pretoria

Refiloe Jane

VUT Ladies

Johannesburg

Lebogang Mabatle

TUKS Ladies

Pretoria

Simphiwe Dludlu

TUKS Ladies FC

Pretoria

Nelisiwe Mchunu

Moroka Swallows

Johannesburg

Tshepiso Mokabane

FC Nove Zamky

Slovakia

Mamello Makhabane

Super Falcons

Johannesburg

 

Midfielders

Amanda Dlamini

University of Johannesburg 

Johannesburg

Gloria Thato

TUKS Ladies

Pretoria

Nomathemba Ntsibande

Springs Home Sweepers

Johannesburg

Sanah Mollo

Mamelodi Sundowns FC

Pretoria

Lebogang Ramalepe

Maindis FC

Polokwane

Tina Selepe                        

Super Falcons FC

Johannesburg

 

Strikers

Shiwe Nongwanya

Bloemfontein Celtics

Bloemfontein

Silindile Ngubane

Durban Ladies

Pietermaritzburg

Ode Fulutudilu

Lee University

USA

Alocia Thoboka

Mamelodi Sundowns

Johannesburg

Portia Modise

Creosus FC

Johannesburg

Noko Matlou

Maindis FC

Polokwane

Veronica Phewa

Free Agent

Durban

For further information please contact:

SAFA: Head of Communications
Dominic Chimhavi, E-mail: dominic.chimhavi@safa.net, Mobile: +27 71 332 9886
Media Officer
Matlhomola Morake, E-mail: morake@safa.net, Mobile: +27 82 7444 919

Website: www.safa.net

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Sasol Banyana Banyana coach Vera Pauw has called 26 players into camp for assessment, in preparation for the international friendly match against the Black Queens of Ghana this coming Sunday, 18 May 2014. The match is scheduled for Dobsonville Stadium at 15h00.

The international friendly match will be coach Pauw’s second match in charge of Sasol Banyana Banyana having played to a 2-all draw against neighbours Zimbabwe in her first task last month.

“The upcoming international friendly against Ghana is important for preparations ahead of the upcoming African Women’s Championship qualifiers. We are in the process of building a formidable team and these international friendlies allow us to gauge ourselves against top African teams,” said Pauw 

“We are also fortunate to have a partner in Sasol that is not only putting money into the partnership but share our common vision in ensuring that Sasol Banyana Banyana become the top African women’s football playing nation and a contender in major international tournaments such as the FIFA Women’s World Cup as well as the Women’s Football Olympic Tournaments,” she added

Pauw said she will keep the current squad in camp intact as part of preparations for the match against Comoros.

Team:

Goalkeepers

Andile Dlamini

Mamelodi Sundowns

Johannesburg

Thoko Mndaweni

Croesus FC

Johannesburg

 

Defenders

Nothando  Vilakazi

Super Falcons

Johannesburg

Amanda Sister

Liverpool Ladies

Port Elizabeth

Janine Van Wyk

JVW FC

Johannesburg

Leandra Smeda

UWC Ladies

Cape Town

Letago Madiba

TUT Ladies

Pretoria

Refiloe Jane

VUT Ladies

Johannesburg

Lebogang Mabatle

TUKS Ladies

Pretoria

Simphiwe Dludlu

TUKS Ladies FC

Pretoria

Nelisiwe Mchunu

Moroka Swallows

Johannesburg

Tshepiso Mokabane

FC Nove Zamky

Slovakia

Mamello Makhabane

Super Falcons

Johannesburg

 

Midfielders

Amanda Dlamini

University of Johannesburg 

Johannesburg

Gloria Thato

TUKS Ladies

Pretoria

Nomathemba Ntsibande

Springs Home Sweepers

Johannesburg

Sanah Mollo

Mamelodi Sundowns FC

Pretoria

Lebogang Ramalepe

Maindis FC

Polokwane

Tina Selepe                        

Super Falcons FC

Johannesburg

 

Strikers

Shiwe Nongwanya

Bloemfontein Celtics

Bloemfontein

Silindile Ngubane

Durban Ladies

Pietermaritzburg

Ode Fulutudilu

Lee University

USA

Alocia Thoboka

Mamelodi Sundowns

Johannesburg

Portia Modise

Creosus FC

Johannesburg

Noko Matlou

Maindis FC

Polokwane

Veronica Phewa

Free Agent

Durban

For further information please contact:

SAFA: Head of Communications
Dominic Chimhavi, E-mail: dominic.chimhavi@safa.net, Mobile: +27 71 332 9886
Media Officer
Matlhomola Morake, E-mail: morake@safa.net, Mobile: +27 82 7444 919

Website: www.safa.net