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Sunday, May 31, 2015

South Africa Women's National Soccer Team News

 
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May 31, 2015 - Jermaine Seoposenwe scores brace in win over Gabon
"The South Africa women's team destroyed Gabon 5-0 on Sunday to advance 8-2 on aggregate in the 2016 Olympic Games qualifiers. Jermaine Seoposenwe struck twice for Banyana Banyana to go with goals from teammates Amanda Dlamini, Refiloe Jane and Sanah Mollo at Dobsonville Stadium.... Banyana, who won 3-2 in Libreville last weekend, dominated the rematch from the onset, as Seoposenwe opened the scoring in the ninth minute with a composed chip for her eighth international goal. Dlamini doubled the advantage with a deflected effort into the corner of the net from the edge of the area in the 24th minute. Jane added a third goal four minutes later when she skipped past her marker in the box before calmly placing her shot past the goalkeeper. Seoposenwe completed her brace in the 58th minute with a tap-in on the rebound after the ball struck the woodwork. Mollo then sealed the rout with a header off a right-wing cross in the 77th minute." - Kickoff

May 23, 2015 - Sanah Mollo kicks winner over Gabon
"Banyana Banyana defeated Gabon 3-2 in the first leg of the 2016 Olympic Qualifier in Gabon on Saturday afternoon. It was the home side who had the better start to the game, as they went ahead inside the opening 20 minutes from the penalty spot at the Augustin Monedan Stadium. However, Vera Pauw's side managed to level matters in the 26th minute courtesy of a strike from America-based midfielder, Jermaine Seoposenwe. It got better for the South Africans just over 10 minutes later, as Seoposenwe grabbed her second of the game. Pauw was forced to make a change at the start of the second half, as Rhoda Mulaudzi replaced the injured Amanda Dlamini. The hosts managed draw themselves level at the 70-minute mark, scoring from a set-piece after the Banyana defence failed to clear. However, Banyana restored their lead not long after Gabon's goal, Sanah Mollo slotted home for the South African's third away goal." - Soccer Laduma

May 19, 2015 - Portia Modise retires
"Striker Portia Modise has announced her retirement from international football The announcement of Portia.... Portia Modise is the first African footballer to have scored over 100 goals for her country! The striker is now intending to pursue a coaching qualification. The SAFA president Danny Jordaan revealed that Modise will also be engaged as a brand ambassador for South African football. Portia Modise won the South African Sports Star of the Year Award last year, beating top competition from some of the country’s most talented sportmen such as cricketer AB de Villiers and swimmer Chad Le Clos." - Womens Soccer United

April 11, 2015 - Makhabane, Modise, Dlamini, Matlou & Ngubane score in win over Botswana
"Banyana Banyana qualified for the All Africa Games following a 5-0 thrashing of Botswana at Dobsonville Stadium on Saturday afternoon. Having led 1-0 from the first leg, the game was a mere formality for Vera Pauw’s charges, who made light work of reaching the finals in Congo in September. The goals came from Mamello Makhabane, Portia Modise, Amanda Dlamini, Noko Matlou and S’lindile Ngubane. It was Modiose’s 101st goal for her country." - Kickoff

March 21, 2015 - Sanah Mollo scores in win over Botswana
Banyana Banyana beat Botswana 1-0 in the first leg of the All Africa Games qualifier match at the Molepolole Stadium on the outskirts of Gaborone on Saturday afternoon. The only goal of the match by Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies player Sanah Mollo gave Vera Pauw’s charges the victory and a comfortable position with an away goal ahead of the return leg which will be played in South Africa in April." - SuperSport

March 16, 2015 - roster named for All Africa Games qualifiers
  • Goalkeepers: Roxanne Barker, Kaylin Swart
  • Defenders: Nothando Vilakazi, Janine van Wyk, Noko Matlou, Zama Cele, Lerato Kgasago, Lebogang Ramalepe
  • Midfielders: Amanda Dlamini, Leandra Smeda, Alocia Thoboka, Refiloe Jane, Nompumelelo Nyandeni, Slindile Ngubane
  • Forwards: Shiwe Nongwanya, Jermaine Seoposenwe, Portia Modise, Sanah Mollo
March 6, 2015 - Jermaine Seoposenwe scores in 1-0 win over Belgium
Their second match in the Cyprus Cup.

February 24, 2015 - roster named for Cyprus Cup
  • Goalkeepers: Roxanne Barker, Andile Dlamini, Mputle Ntshetsana
  • Defenders: Nothando Vilakazi, Janine Van Wyk, Noko Matlou, Lebogang Ramalepe, Tshepiso Olga Mokabane, Lerato Kgasago
  • Midfielders: Amanda Dlamini, Alochia Thobokela, Leandra Smeda, Refiloe Jane, Mamello Makhabane, Nompumelelo Nyandeni, Silindile Ngubane, Kelso Peskin
  • Strikers: Jermaine Seoposenwe, Portia Modise, Sanah Mollo, Shiwe Nogwanya, Rhoda Mulaudzi, Disebo Mametja

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