26 September 2017

South Africa: Basetsana Back in Camp for FIFA 2018 WC Qualifier

The South African U20 women's national team assembled for national team duty on Monday, 25 September in Johannesburg following their interim break after thrashing Namibia 5-0 in the first leg of the FIFA 2018 U20 Women's World Cup qualifiers at the Dobsonville Stadium on Sunday, 17 September.

Basetsana continue their preparations to qualify for their maiden FIFA U20 Women's World Cup set to take place in France between 5 and 24 August next year.

Carrying a comfortable five goal cushion heading to Namibia, Basetsana will resume their preparations this afternoon at the NIKE Training Centre in Soweto for the return leg scheduled for Sunday, 1 October at the Sam Nojuma Stadium in Windhoek, Namibia.

Basetsana have been lethal in front of goal while keeping things neat and tidy in their last two matches. Their 5-0 win over Namibia was preceded by the very same scoreline victory over the senior Swaziland women's national team in their own backyard.

Head coach of Basetsana, Maud Khumalo has only made one change to the squad of 22 that played against Namibia, bringing on goalkeeper, Robyn Coetsee from the HPC in the place of Mamelodi Sundowns shot stopper Loretta Mokoena.

Basetsana travel to Windhoek on Friday, 29 September.

SA U20 Women's National Team Squad

Goalkeepers

Name & Surname Club

1 Mapaseka Mpuru HPC

2 Jessica Williams Spurs Ladies

3 Robyn Coetsee High Performance Centre

4 Betty Mallela High Performance Centre

Defenders

5 Antonia Maponya JVW/HPC

6 Lindokuhle Gladile RV United

7 Bongeka Gamede High Performance Centre

8 Katlego Mabuza University of Johannesburg

9 Tyla-Bree Joss JVW

10 Snegugu Zondi Durban Ladies

Midfielders

11 Noxolo Cesana Cape Town Roses / HPC

12 Sinoxolo Cesana Cape Town Roses / HPC

13 Lelona Daweti Cape Town Roses

14 Nosipho Mahlalwe DUT Midlands

15 Lethlogonolo Mashigo Mamelodi Sundowns

16 Linda Motlhalo ( C ) JVW/HPC

17 Madembe Tshikumbu Ma-Indies

18 Gabriela Salgado JVW

Forwards

19 Zimasa Dekeda Thunder Birds

20 Ntombifikile Ndlovu Sunflower Ladies

21 Kirsten Nolan University of Johannesburg

22 Refilwe Maseko Kagiso FC

Coach: Maud Nombuso Khumalo

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