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Mkhonza on talent-spotting mission
- Updated: April 11, 2011
Banyana Banyana caretaker coach Joseph Mkhonza and his assistant coach Bongani Yengwa chose the right weekend to spot talent, at an action-packed Sasol League Road Show held at the Philippi Stadium, near Cape Town at the weekend.
Not only were the Banyana Banyana mentors treated to two thrilling Sasol League fixtures, but they were also able to identify rising young talent during the Players’ Trials held in the morning session. The national coaches also conducted a coaches workshop attended by trainers of the Sasol League clubs in the province.
Milano’s Natalie Adams ÔÇô named Sasol Diski Queen (Player of the match) – scored both goals to give her club an early 2-0 lead, but the damage seemed to motivate their University of the Western Cape opponents, who ran out 4-2 winners.
Spurs WFC’s 3-0 win over Exceptionals FC in the late Sasol League Road Show match kept their title hopes alive with nine matches still to be played this season. The victory ÔÇô in which Manisha van Schalkwyk was named as the Sasol Diski Queen (Player of the Match) leaves Spurs on 57 points from 21 matches.
Provincial champions Cape Town Roses, who represented the province at last year’ Sasol League National Championships held in Polokwane, are four points ahead of Spurs. Cape Town Roses, who represented the province at last year’s Sasol League National Championships held in Polokwane, recorded a 13-0 triumph over Exceptionals FC at the weekend.