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Golden Ladies FC to hosts first women’s national league

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Sport

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: South African Football Association (Safa) recently launched the long-awaited National Women’s League, the first of its kind on the continent. The league is necessary to bridge the gap between the provincial league and the national team and it consist of 12 teams. Among those twelve teams, it is the one and only Golden Ladies FC from Mahikeng in the province of North West, which won the Sasol Provincial League to qualify to be in the top league of Women’s football in the country.

To read the full story, read our 11 October 2019 issue.

 

NWU rise to championship glory

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Sport

MAHIKENG MAIL-MAHIKENG: There was something enigmatic about the markings of a coach with the pedigree to deliver championship victories. History is laden with examples to that effect, with Sir Alex Ferguson, Pitso “the chosen one” Mosimane, and the newest entry to the illustrious hall of fame is Karabo “sensei” Masehela.

To read the full story, read our 04 October 2019 issue.

 

North West Ju Jitsu students claim victory

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Sport

images/stories/images/2019/sep2019/27sep2019/picju-t1.jpgNorth West Ju Jitsu students have claimed victory this past weekend in  the Morganti World championships held in Klerksdorp when the incredible students walked away with ten (10) gold  Six (6) silver and  four (4) Bronze medals. The champions will have to prepare themselves now for the national championships on October 19 in Kempton Park, to qualify for next year’s International tournament to be held in Valencia Spain.

Magra to play in the Top 8

Written by Christelle Niemandt. Posted in Sport

MAHIKENG MAIL - MAHIKENG: Magra FC Academy has been invited to participate in the inaugural Mamelodi Sundowns Under 10, Top 8 tournament at the Mamelodi Sundowns Academy, Clapman High School in Pretoria - on September 14.

To read the full story, read our 13 September 2019 issue.