Desiree Ellis names South Africa squad for Women’s Africa Cup of Nations.
South Africa, Banyana Banyana, head coach Desiree Ellis has announced her squad for the Total Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, Ghana 2018.
The 11th edition of the Africa Women Cup of Nations is hosted in Ghana and will take place from 17 November to 1 December.
The tournament will serve as qualification for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, the top three nations of Total Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, Ghana 2018 will win the France 2019 berths.
South Africa, Banyana Banyana, are in Group B alongside Nigeria, Kenya and Zambia. They kick off their tournament campaign against the defending champions Nigeria on Sunday 18 November 2018, take a look at the full Total Women’s Africa Cup of Nations, Ghana 2018 match schedule.
South Africa Banyana Banyana squad for Total Women’s Africa Cup of Nations Ghana 2018
Andile DLAMINI (Mamelodi Sundowns FC)
Kaylin SWART (Menlo College/Awaiting Int Transfer)
Roxanne BARKER (University of Western Cape)
Lebogang RAMALEPE (Ma-Indies FC Polokwane)
Nothando VILAKAZI (Palace Super Falcons FC)
Janine VAN WYK (Houston Dash/Awaiting Int Transfer)
Noko MATLOU (Ma-Indies FC)
Bambanani MBANE (Bloemfontein Celtic FC)
Tiisetso MAKHUBELA (Mamelodi Sundowns FC)
Koketso TLAILANE (TUT-PTA)
Kgaelebane MOHLAKOANA (Bloemfontein Celtic)
Mamello MAKHABANE (JVW FC)
Leandra SMEDA (Gintra Universitetas)
Nompumelelo NYANDENI (JVW FC)
Linda MOTLHALO (Houston Dash)
Busisiwe NDIMENI (TUT-PTA)
Refiloe JANE (Canberra United)
Jermaine SEOPOSENWE (JVW FC)
Thembi KGATLANA (Houston Dash)
Melinda KGADIETE (Bloemfontein Celtic)
Amanda MTHANDI (University of Johannesburg)
Players on standby:
Hildah Magaia (TUT-PTA)
Kholosa Biyana (UKZN)
Rachel Sebati (TUT-PTA)
Thato Letsoso (Univ of JHB)
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