Santos Ladies ooze class to beat Dangerous Heroes

2017-09-26 06:00

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Cape Town Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses, second on the log, steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating encounter at William Herbert Sports Grounds on Saturday.

Spurs tried until the last minute to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute with a powerful drive shot.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 in their second-round decider played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco were resilient and took the game away from the visitors.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts in the 17th minute after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

The tremendous attack from the hosts was consistent, and it inspired the team for a full home three-point victory. In the 35th minute Melissa Jantjies, the centre forward for the hosts, further cemented their lead with a skilful goal.

With the restart of the second half, the hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory for them with a maestro-class movement.

Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors minutes before time.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium.

The hosts played with attacking verve, while the students suffered from fatigue. Ikamva on home soil seemed to blossom after every goal. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 goals), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Regional Women’s League

FC Tafelzucht Ladies defeated Mighty City Ladies 2-1 in a hard-fought Safa Cape Town Regional Women’s League second-round vital clash played at Delft Sports Grounds on Saturday.

The visitors had to work hard for this victory after experiencing severe opposition from the hosts, which propelled them to increase their concentration. Rolanda Emery netted for the visiting team in the 20th minute. Rashied Saterien, coach of the visiting team, rallied his troops with guidance after they withstood a fierce attack from the hosts. Sarbiera Harliem, the visitors’ midfielder who controlled the game from the engine room, scored a superb goal while Asemahle Ngqolo salvaged the hosts’ pride with a splendid goal.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Cape Town Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses, second on the log, steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating encounter at William Herbert Sports Grounds on Saturday. Spurs tried until the last minute to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute with a powerful drive shot.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 in their second-round decider played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco were resilient and took the game away from the visitors.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts in the 17th minute after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

The tremendous attack from the hosts was consistent, and it inspired the team for a full home three-point victory. In the 35th minute Melissa Jantjies, the centre forward for the hosts, further cemented their lead with a skilful goal.

With the restart of the second half, the hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory for them with a maestro-class movement. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors minutes before time.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium.

The hosts played with attacking verve, while the students suffered from fatigue. Ikamva on home soil seemed to blossom after every goal. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 goals), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Regional Women’s League

FC Tafelzucht Ladies defeated Mighty City Ladies 2-1 in a hard-fought Safa Cape Town Regional Women’s League second-round vital clash played at Delft Sports Grounds on Saturday.

The visitors had to work hard for this victory after experiencing severe opposition from the hosts, which propelled them to increase their concentration.

Rolanda Emery netted for the visiting team in the 20th minute. Rashied Saterien, coach of the visiting team, rallied his troops with guidance after they withstood a fierce attack from the hosts.

Sarbiera Harliem, the visitors’ midfielder who controlled the game from the engine room, scored a superb goal while Asemahle Ngqolo salvaged the hosts’ pride with a splendid goal.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Cape Town Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses, second on the log, steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating encounter at William Herbert Sports Grounds on Saturday. Spurs tried until the last minute to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute with a powerful drive shot.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 in their second-round decider played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco were resilient and took the game away from the visitors.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts in the 17th minute after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

The tremendous attack from the hosts was consistent, and it inspired the team for a full home three-point victory. In the 35th minute Melissa Jantjies, the centre forward for the hosts, further cemented their lead with a skilful goal.

With the restart of the second half, the hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory for them with a maestro-class movement. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors minutes before time.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium.

The hosts played with attacking verve, while the students suffered from fatigue. Ikamva on home soil seemed to blossom after every goal. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 goals), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Regional Women’s League

FC Tafelzucht Ladies defeated Mighty City Ladies 2-1 in a hard-fought Safa Cape Town Regional Women’s League clash played at Delft Sports Grounds on Saturday.

The visitors had to work hard for this victory after experiencing severe opposition from the hosts.

Rolanda Emery netted for the visiting team in the 20th minute. Rashied Saterien rallied his troops with guidance after they withstood a fierce attack from the hosts.

Sarbiera Harliem, the visitors’ midfielder who controlled the game from the engine room, scored a superb goal while Asemahle Ngqolo salvaged the hosts’ pride with a splendid goal.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Cape Town Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses, second on the log, steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating encounter at William Herbert Sports Grounds on Saturday. Spurs tried until the last minute to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute with a powerful drive shot.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 in their second-round decider played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco were resilient and took the game away from the visitors.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts in the 17th minute after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

The tremendous attack from the hosts was consistent, and it inspired the team for a full home three-point victory. In the 35th minute Melissa Jantjies, the centre forward for the hosts, further cemented their lead with a skilful goal.

With the restart of the second half, the hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory for them with a maestro-class movement. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors minutes before time.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium.

The hosts played with attacking verve, while the students suffered from fatigue. Ikamva on home soil seemed to blossom after every goal. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 goals), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Regional Women’s League

FC Tafelzucht Ladies defeated Mighty City Ladies 2-1 in a hard-fought Safa Cape Town Regional Women’s League second-round vital clash played at Delft Sports Grounds on Saturday.

The visitors had to work hard for this victory after experiencing severe opposition from the hosts, which propelled them to increase their concentration.

Rolanda Emery netted for the visiting team in the 20th minute. Rashied Saterien, coach of the visiting team, rallied his troops with guidance after they withstood a fierce attack from the hosts.

Sarbiera Harliem, the visitors’ midfielder who controlled the game from the engine room, scored a superb goal while Asemahle Ngqolo salvaged the hosts’ pride with a splendid goal.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 at William Herbert Sports Grounds. Spurs tried to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 at Parow Park.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

Melissa Jantjies further cemented their lead with a skilful goal in the 35th minute.

The hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 ), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 at William Herbert Sports Grounds. Spurs tried to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 at Parow Park.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

Melissa Jantjies further cemented their lead with a skilful goal in the 35th minute.

The hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 ), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Cape Town Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses, second on the log, steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating encounter at William Herbert Sports Grounds on Saturday. Spurs tried until the last minute to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute with a powerful drive shot.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 in their second-round decider played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco were resilient and took the game away from the visitors.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts in the 17th minute after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

The tremendous attack from the hosts was consistent, and it inspired the team for a full home three-point victory. In the 35th minute Melissa Jantjies, the centre forward for the hosts, further cemented their lead with a skilful goal.

With the restart of the second half, the hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory for them with a maestro-class movement. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors minutes before time.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium.

The hosts played with attacking verve, while the students suffered from fatigue. Ikamva on home soil seemed to blossom after every goal. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 goals), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Regional Women’s League

FC Tafelzucht Ladies defeated Mighty City Ladies 2-1 in a hard-fought Safa Cape Town Regional Women’s League second-round vital clash played at Delft Sports Grounds on Saturday.

The visitors had to work hard for this victory after experiencing severe opposition from the hosts, which propelled them to increase their concentration.

Rolanda Emery netted for the visiting team in the 20th minute. Rashied Saterien, coach of the visiting team, rallied his troops with guidance after they withstood a fierce attack from the hosts.

Sarbiera Harliem, the visitors’ midfielder who controlled the game from the engine room, scored a superb goal while Asemahle Ngqolo salvaged the hosts’ pride with a splendid goal.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Cape Town Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses, second on the log, steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating encounter at William Herbert Sports Grounds on Saturday. Spurs tried until the last minute to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute with a powerful drive shot.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 in their second-round decider played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco were resilient and took the game away from the visitors.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts in the 17th minute after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

The tremendous attack from the hosts was consistent, and it inspired the team for a full home three-point victory. In the 35th minute Melissa Jantjies, the centre forward for the hosts, further cemented their lead with a skilful goal.

With the restart of the second half, the hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory for them with a maestro-class movement. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors minutes before time.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium.

The hosts played with attacking verve, while the students suffered from fatigue. Ikamva on home soil seemed to blossom after every goal. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 goals), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Regional Women’s League

FC Tafelzucht Ladies defeated Mighty City Ladies 2-1 in a hard-fought Safa Cape Town Regional Women’s League second-round vital clash played at Delft Sports Grounds on Saturday.

The visitors had to work hard for this victory after experiencing severe opposition from the hosts, which propelled them to increase their concentration.

Rolanda Emery netted for the visiting team in the 20th minute. Rashied Saterien, coach of the visiting team, rallied his troops with guidance after they withstood a fierce attack from the hosts.

Sarbiera Harliem, the visitors’ midfielder who controlled the game from the engine room, scored a superb goal while Asemahle Ngqolo salvaged the hosts’ pride with a splendid goal.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Cape Town Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses, second on the log, steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 in a pulsating encounter at William Herbert Sports Grounds on Saturday. Spurs tried until the last minute to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute with a powerful drive shot.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 in their second-round decider played at Parow Park on Friday night.

Vasco were resilient and took the game away from the visitors.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts in the 17th minute after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

The tremendous attack from the hosts was consistent, and it inspired the team for a full home three-point victory. In the 35th minute Melissa Jantjies, the centre forward for the hosts, further cemented their lead with a skilful goal.

With the restart of the second half, the hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory for them with a maestro-class movement. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors minutes before time.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium.

The hosts played with attacking verve, while the students suffered from fatigue. Ikamva on home soil seemed to blossom after every goal. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 goals), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Regional Women’s League

FC Tafelzucht Ladies defeated Mighty City Ladies 2-1 in a hard-fought Safa Cape Town Regional Women’s League second-round vital clash played at Delft Sports Grounds on Saturday.

The visitors had to work hard for this victory after experiencing severe opposition from the hosts, which propelled them to increase their concentration.

Rolanda Emery netted for the visiting team in the 20th minute. Rashied Saterien, coach of the visiting team, rallied his troops with guidance after they withstood a fierce attack from the hosts.

Sarbiera Harliem, the visitors’ midfielder who controlled the game from the engine room, scored a superb goal while Asemahle Ngqolo salvaged the hosts’ pride with a splendid goal.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 at William Herbert Sports Grounds. Spurs tried to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 at Parow Park.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

Melissa Jantjies further cemented their lead with a skilful goal in the 35th minute.

The hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 ), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

Santos Ladies easily beat a lacklustre Dangerous Heroes 6-1 in a Sasol Women’s League fixture played at Crawford on Saturday.

Santos’ strikers just clicked, and the visiting foes were no threat to the consistent Santos attack that soon took full effect.

Chantey Norris scored a brilliant hat-trick while Celine Damon netted a brace, with Kashiefa Field scoring the other goal. Zandile Sizani scored the consolation goal for the visitors.

Cape Town Roses steered past Spurs Ladies 1-0 at William Herbert Sports Grounds. Spurs tried to salvage a draw, but the visitors were unstoppable in the attack and controlled the ball well.

Roses striker Ode Felutidulu swung the game in their favour in the 73rd minute.

Vasco da Gama dispatched Virgo Ladies 3-1 at Parow Park.

Danielle Clayford opened the account for the hosts after catching the Virgo defence off guard.

Melissa Jantjies further cemented their lead with a skilful goal in the 35th minute.

The hosts controlled the game until Reeva Wyngaard sealed the victory. Nikita Jacobs netted for the visitors.

Ikamva FC hammered Maties FC 5-0 in their encounter played at Nyanga Stadium. The goals were scored by Dipa Pozisa (2 ), Anelisa Makeleni, Buhle Ngulwa and Babalwa Mteto.

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