Group A Group B
A1- Northern Cape B1- Limpopo
A2- Western Cape B2- Free State
A3- Mpumalanga B3- Eastern Cape
A4- North West B4- KwaZulu Natal

A5- Gauteng


Match No Date Home Team vs Away Team Time Field
3 04-Aug-12 NORTH WEST vs NORTHERN CAPE 13h00 Abas/A
5 04-Aug-12 MPUMALANGA vs GAUTENG 14h30 Abas/B
4 04-Aug-12 LIMPOPO vs FREE STATE 14h30 Abas/A
6 04-Aug-12 EASTERN CAPE vs KWAZULU NATAL 13h00 Abas/B
7 05-Aug-12 NORTHERN CAPE vs GAUTENG 09h30 Abas/A
8 05-Aug-12 WESTERN CAPE vs NORTH WEST 09h30 Abas/B
9 05-Aug-12 LIMPOPO vs KWAZULU NATAL 11h30 Abas/A
10 05-Aug-12 EASTERN CAPE vs FREE STATE 11h30 Abas/B
11 05-Aug-12 GAUTENG vs NORTH WEST 15h30 Abas/A
12 05-Aug-12 WESTERN CAPE vs MPUMALANGA 15h30 Abas/B
13 07-Aug-12 FREE STATE vs KWAZULU NATAL 13h00 Abas/A
14 07-Aug-12 EASTERN CAPE vs LIMPOPO 13h00 Abas/B
15 07-Aug-12 GAUTENG vs WESTERN CAPE 14h30 Abas/A
16 07-Aug-12 MPUMALANGA vs NORTHERN CAPE 14h30 Abas/B
17 08-Aug-12 Winner Group B vs Runner up Group A 13h00 Abas/A
18 08-Aug-12 Winner Group A vs Runner up Group B 15h00 Abas/A
19 09-Aug-12 Loser Match 17 vs Loser Match 18 11h30 GLSW
20 09-Aug-12 Winner Match 17 vs Winner Match 18 15h00 GLSW

  1. Author
    Lutendo Morris 10 years ago

    Gauteng wins the AWL National Championships 2012 title


    Absa Women's League Championship Winners 2012A hat-trick by Palesa Mvala of North West was not enough to stop Gauteng from lifting the Absa Women’s League National Championships 2012 title.

    Nine goals were scored in the final which was played on Thursday, 09 August 2012 at the Galeshewe Stadium in Kimberley, Northern Cape – a fitting way to celebrate Women’s Day.

    It was third time lucky for Gauteng who lifted the trophy in 2009, 2010 and 2012 – with Eastern Cape winning it in 2011.

    Gauteng defeated surprise package of the tournament North West by six goals to three (6-3).

    The champions made their intentions very clear when they took the lead in the 11 th minute through Mavhungu Manyanya, before Mvala equalised four minutes later.

    Maria Lebusa celebrated her 17 th birthday with a goal that restored Gauteng’s lead as they went to the break.

    Mvala kept her side in the hunt for the title with her second strike shortly after the restart but Belina Sibisi – chosen as the Player of the Tournament – put Gauteng back in control with a goal in the 42 nd minute. Four minutes later, Prudence Setuasi stretched the lead to 4-2, and a double strike by Agnes Manzini put the result beyond doubt with Mvala scoring in-between the goals.

    Gauteng won 6-3.

    Among others, the match was attended South African Football Association’s (SAFA) National Executive Members (NEC) Theodore Khupe, Nomsa Mahlangu, Sam Masitenyane and Lefore Lerefole, as well as SAFA CEO Dr Robin Petersen.

    “We are thrilled with the way the tournament unfolded despite the bitingly-cold conditions throughout the week. What we saw today was a great improvement from the time this tournament was launched four years ago,” said Masitenyane, who is also the Chairperson of the SAFA Competitions Committee.

    “It is obvious that Banyana Banyana has inspired many of the girls here because we now see the number of players is growing across the country. But we would still love to see parents supporting their children so we can make this a family affair. And we also call upon the corporate world to come on board to help us develop these players for the sake of our national teams.”

    The tournament has been sponsored by Absa since its inception in 2009.

    “Development of women’s football is very important to us, and we are glad to have been part of the improvement over the years. What we saw during this week are future national team players and they need all the support they can get from all of us,” said Steward Masela, Absa Sponsorship Manager, who was also among the crowd.

    “It is also a fitting tribute to all women that nine goals were scored on the 9 th of August when we celebrate Women’s Day.”

    Earlier in the day, Free State claimed bronze after defeating KwaZulu Natal by one goal to nil (1-0) in the third place play-off.

    Shiwe Nogwanya scored the solitary goal to take her tally to nine in the tournament, helping her scoop the Top Goal Scorer award.

    Final Day Results Fixtures: (Galeshewe Stadium)

    THURSDAY, 09 AUGUST 2012


    Free State 1 0 KwaZulu Natal


    North West 3 6 Gauteng

    There were a number of individual awards handed out:

    Assistant Referee of the Tournament:

    Mirriam Those

    Referee of the Tournament:

    Lufuno Nemaghovani

    Most Promising Player of the Tournament:

    Bongeka Gamede (KZN)

    Goalkeeper of the Tournament:

    Keabetswe Moaludi (NW)

    Team Manager of the Tournament:

    Likeledi Khomari (FS)

    Coach of the Tournament:

    Junior Morake (NW)

    Top Goal Scorer of the Tournament:

    Shiwe Nogwanya (FS)

    Player of the Tournament:

    Belina Sibisi (Gauteng

  2. Author
    Lutendo Morris 10 years ago


    03/08/12  Northern Cape 4-2 Western Cape

    goals by: Kaylisha Nero, Meliza Kruger and a brace by Theoline Cloete for NC/ Kim Hiss and Astria Boks for WC.

    North West 5-0 Mpumalanga

    goals by: Tshetlanyane Ruang, a hat-trick by Palesa Mvala, and Dikome Tshenolo


    04/08/12  North West 4-1 Northern Cape

    goals by Palesa Mvala,Keitumetse Mothobi and a brace by Tokailwe Tsalaemang for NW, and Meliza Kruger for NC.

    Gauteng 4-0 Mpumalanga

    goals by Mavhungu Manyanya, Kgomotso Pule and a brace by Agnes Manzini.

    Kwazulu Natal 2-1 Eastern Cape

    goals by: a brace bySthembile Shange for kZN, and Sandisiwe Nohayi for EC

    Limpopo 2-2 Free State

    goals by Dumisani Hlongwane, Livhuwani mukwevho for Limpopo and Shiwe Nogwanya, Dimakatso Monamela for FS  

  3. Women's Soccer United 10 years ago

    Thanks for this information @Lutendo 🙂

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