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Dash duo headline SA squad for women's Afcon

South Africa coach Des Ellis has named her final squad for the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations, as the team goes in search of a place in France.

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Houston Dash extend contracts for Banyana duo

National Women's Soccer League side Houston Dash have extended the contracts of South African duo Linda Motlhalo and Thembi Kgatlana to next season.

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67dNick Said

Banyana's road to the World Cup starts now

South Africa's road to the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup starts on Wednesday when they play their opening match of the COSAFA Women's Championship.

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SA's Van Wyk announces Houston Dash departure

South Africa team captain Janine van Wyk has seemingly announced the end of her tenure with National Women's Soccer League side Houston Dash.

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128dNick Said

Kgatlana scores maiden goal as Dash beat Pride

South Africa's Thembi Kgatlana netted her maiden goal for the Houston Dash as they beat a star-studded Orlando Pride 3-1 on Wednesday night.

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178dNick Said, KweséESPN

Van Wyk aims to erase World Cup heartaches

Houston Dash defender Janine van Wyk is preparing for what could be her last chance to qualify for a World Cup with South Africa.

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178dNick Said, KweséESPN

Van Wyk enjoying senior role at Houston Dash

Houston Dash defender Janine van Wyk feels her second season in the National Women's Soccer League is a success so far, despite middling results.

Van Wyk: Pauw one of the best coaches I've worked with (1:13)
Van Wyk: Motlhalo, Kgatlana to come good (0:52)
NWSL Week 2 roundup (3:07)
NWSL Week 1 roundup (2:35)
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905dStephanie Brantz

Brantz: Williams reflects on Sorry Day

Lydia Williams is proud of her Australian indigenous roots as she continues to write her name into women's football history, writes Stephanie Brantz.