UCT crowned league champions

2017-10-03 06:05

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season. His consistent input lifted their spirits.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Earon Isaacs (two goals), Mimosa Mguqulwa, Cyndi Mendoza, Nina Katnis, Nina Woermann, Emelia Aggouras, Ester Sampson and Ashleigh Mckie scored for UCT.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

Fazlin Adams scored two goals, and Kim Mentoor and Verenice Prins helped set the victory tone for the hosts.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

Southern Stars failed to use home advantage and their strikers could not score from opportunities in the goal area.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) again produced the extra strength that lifted the students and inflicted more damage on an inconsistent Spurs attack.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda was outstanding with her goals.

Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids sent the visitors home empty handed.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

The hosts suffered a humiliating beating while Ikamva played aggressively.

Goals were scored by Pozisa Dipa (2), Sindiswa Dyashu, Pumeza Loliwe and Lindi Nuse, while Kulsum Harliem scored for the hosts.

Dangerous Heroes won Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

With a 2-0 lead at half time, Dangerous Heroes outclassed the students.

Lindisipho Gxilishe, Zandile Sizani and Fikile Magama scored for Dangerous Heroes and Gairineeza Maclobo scored the consolation goal for the students.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) lifted the students and inflicted damage.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids were also outstanding with her goals.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

Dangerous Heroes won Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season. His consistent input lifted their spirits.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Earon Isaacs (two goals), Mimosa Mguqulwa, Cyndi Mendoza, Nina Katnis, Nina Woermann, Emelia Aggouras, Ester Sampson and Ashleigh Mckie scored for UCT.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

Fazlin Adams scored two goals, and Kim Mentoor and Verenice Prins helped set the victory tone for the hosts.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

Southern Stars failed to use home advantage and their strikers could not score from opportunities in the goal area.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) again produced the extra strength that lifted the students and inflicted more damage on an inconsistent Spurs attack.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda was outstanding with her goals.

Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids sent the visitors home empty handed.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

The hosts suffered a humiliating beating while Ikamva played aggressively.

Goals were scored by Pozisa Dipa (2), Sindiswa Dyashu, Pumeza Loliwe and Lindi Nuse, while Kulsum Harliem scored for the hosts.

Dangerous Heroes won Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

With a 2-0 lead at half time, Dangerous Heroes outclassed the students.

Lindisipho Gxilishe, Zandile Sizani and Fikile Magama scored for Dangerous Heroes and Gairineeza Maclobo scored the consolation goal for the students.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) lifted the students and inflicted damage.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids were also outstanding with her goals.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

Dangerous Heroes beat Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season. His consistent input lifted their spirits.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Earon Isaacs (two goals), Mimosa Mguqulwa, Cyndi Mendoza, Nina Katnis, Nina Woermann, Emelia Aggouras, Ester Sampson and Ashleigh Mckie scored for UCT.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

Fazlin Adams scored two goals, and Kim Mentoor and Verenice Prins helped set the victory tone for the hosts.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

Southern Stars failed to use home advantage and their strikers could not score from opportunities in the goal area.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) again produced the extra strength that lifted the students and inflicted more damage on an inconsistent Spurs attack.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda was outstanding with her goals.

Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids sent the visitors home empty handed.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

The hosts suffered a humiliating beating while Ikamva played aggressively.

Goals were scored by Pozisa Dipa (2), Sindiswa Dyashu, Pumeza Loliwe and Lindi Nuse, while Kulsum Harliem scored for the hosts.

Dangerous Heroes won Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

With a 2-0 lead at half time, Dangerous Heroes outclassed the students.

Lindisipho Gxilishe, Zandile Sizani and Fikile Magama scored for Dangerous Heroes and Gairineeza Maclobo scored the consolation goal for the students.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season. His consistent input lifted their spirits.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Earon Isaacs (two goals), Mimosa Mguqulwa, Cyndi Mendoza, Nina Katnis, Nina Woermann, Emelia Aggouras, Ester Sampson and Ashleigh Mckie scored for UCT.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

Fazlin Adams scored two goals, and Kim Mentoor and Verenice Prins helped set the victory tone for the hosts.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

Southern Stars failed to use home advantage and their strikers could not score from opportunities in the goal area.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) again produced the extra strength that lifted the students and inflicted more damage on an inconsistent Spurs attack.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda was outstanding with her goals.

Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids sent the visitors home empty handed.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

The hosts suffered a humiliating beating while Ikamva played aggressively.

Goals were scored by Pozisa Dipa (2), Sindiswa Dyashu, Pumeza Loliwe and Lindi Nuse, while Kulsum Harliem scored for the hosts.

Dangerous Heroes won Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

With a 2-0 lead at half time, Dangerous Heroes outclassed the students.

Lindisipho Gxilishe, Zandile Sizani and Fikile Magama scored for Dangerous Heroes and Gairineeza Maclobo scored the consolation goal for the students.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season. His consistent input lifted their spirits.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Earon Isaacs (two goals), Mimosa Mguqulwa, Cyndi Mendoza, Nina Katnis, Nina Woermann, Emelia Aggouras, Ester Sampson and Ashleigh Mckie scored for UCT.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

Fazlin Adams scored two goals, and Kim Mentoor and Verenice Prins helped set the victory tone for the hosts.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

Southern Stars failed to use home advantage and their strikers could not score from opportunities in the goal area.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) again produced the extra strength that lifted the students and inflicted more damage on an inconsistent Spurs attack.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda was outstanding with her goals.

Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids sent the visitors home empty handed.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

The hosts suffered a humiliating beating while Ikamva played aggressively.

Goals were scored by Pozisa Dipa (2), Sindiswa Dyashu, Pumeza Loliwe and Lindi Nuse, while Kulsum Harliem scored for the hosts.

Dangerous Heroes won Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

With a 2-0 lead at half time, Dangerous Heroes outclassed the students.

Lindisipho Gxilishe, Zandile Sizani and Fikile Magama scored for Dangerous Heroes and Gairineeza Maclobo scored the consolation goal for the students.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

UCT were capped as this year’s Safa Cape Town regional women’s league champions after they slaughtered Atlantis Leeds Ladies 9-0 at UCT on Saturday.

The students – undefeated this season – were inspired by their coach Ahmed Parker throughout the season. His consistent input lifted their spirits.

They will be competing in the provincial playoffs on 21 October.

“We’re working hard towards the playoffs and aiming to win promotion into the Sasol division,” says Parker.

Earon Isaacs (two goals), Mimosa Mguqulwa, Cyndi Mendoza, Nina Katnis, Nina Woermann, Emelia Aggouras, Ester Sampson and Ashleigh Mckie scored for UCT.

Heideveld Female Football Academy easily beat Mighty City Ladies 4-0 in their encounter in Heideveld.

Fazlin Adams scored two goals, and Kim Mentoor and Verenice Prins helped set the victory tone for the hosts.

CPUT and Phoenix Spurs Ladies played to a goalless draw at CPUT in Bellville on ­Saturday.

Sasol women’s leagueIn an entertaining Sasol women’s league fixture played at Loerie Park Stadium on Saturday, Vasco da Gama narrowly beat Southern Stars 1-0.

Southern Stars failed to use home advantage and their strikers could not score from opportunities in the goal area.

The tense encounter propelled Vasco da Gama to step up their game with skilful attacking dominance.

The visitors seized their opportunity in the dying minutes of the game when striker Danielle Clayfordt clinched the victory with a lethal drive.

UWC Ladies smashed Spurs Ladies 6-0 in their fixture played at UWC.

The students, currently occupying the top spot on the rankings with five matches remaining, just have to win their remaining matches to be crowned this year’s league champions.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda (fresh from their Cosafa Cup triumph with Banyana Banyana) again produced the extra strength that lifted the students and inflicted more damage on an inconsistent Spurs attack.

Kgatlana, who was named Player of the Cosafa Cup, hammered a superb hat trick that left the visitors licking their wounds. Smeda was outstanding with her goals.

Luba Sishuba and Chelsea Davids sent the visitors home empty handed.

Ikamva FC destroyed Manenberg Ladies 5-1 in Manenberg.

The hosts suffered a humiliating beating while Ikamva played aggressively.

Goals were scored by Pozisa Dipa (2), Sindiswa Dyashu, Pumeza Loliwe and Lindi Nuse, while Kulsum Harliem scored for the hosts.

Dangerous Heroes won Maties FC 3-1 at Brown’s Farm sports field on Friday night.

With a 2-0 lead at half time, Dangerous Heroes outclassed the students.

Lindisipho Gxilishe, Zandile Sizani and Fikile Magama scored for Dangerous Heroes and Gairineeza Maclobo scored the consolation goal for the students.

Milano Ladies and Burnley United played to a goalless draw in Grassy Park on ­Saturday.

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