6 October 2021 – South Africa’s U20 Women National Team (Basetsana) are on track with their preparations ahead of the second leg of the 2022 FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup in Costa Rica qualifier against Mozambique.

Head Coach Jabulile Baloyi has been forced to make changes to her initial squad after eight players withdrew due to various unforeseen reasons.

The team reported for camp on Saturday, 2 October 2021 and began training on Sunday morning for their Friday, 8 October 2021 encounter.

The South Africans currently lead 1-0 on aggregate and will be looking to qualify for the third round of qualifiers where they will play the winners between Kenya vs Uganda.

“Unfortunately we had a few challenges with some players who were not available for the return leg. A few have tested positive for Covid-19 while others were simply not released by their clubs.

This has put a little pressure on us as the coaching department but at the same time, this has opened doors for new players who we identified in the recent Engen tournament,”said Baloyi.

“We are under pressure as the only national team yet to qualify for a World Cup and I hope this time around, we will make it to Costa Rica,”concluded Baloyi.

The Basetsana versus Mozambique match will be played at 16h00 at Dobsonville Stadium.


  1. Karabo MOHALE University of Johannesburg (Gauteng)
  2. Nthabiseng RAMAISHA University of the Witwatersrand (Gauteng)
  3. Thando SITHOLE Tshwane University of Technology (Gauteng)
  4. Siphesihle DLAMINI Diepkloof Ladies (Gauteng)
  5. Talyor-Ann BERKOVIC JVW (Gauteng)
  6. Thimna MPEHLE RV United (Western Cape)
  7. Ntateko NKHUNA Tshwane University of Technology (Gauteng)
  8. Dineo RAMAOKA Kempton Park Ladies (Gauteng)
  9. Shannon MACOMO High Performance Centre (Gauteng)
  10. Aliyaah ALLIE JVW (Gauteng)
  11. Ayesha MOOSA Soweto Fabulous Ladies (Gauteng)
  12. Zethembiso VILAKAZI Lindelani FC (KwaZulu Natal)
  13. Cimone SAULS JVW (Gauteng)
  14. Kamvelihle SPEELMAN Volcano Ladies (Eastern Cape)
  15. Jade LEASK JVW (Gauteng)
  16. Reitumetse MOSUOE JVW (Gauteng)
  17. Nabeelah GALANT University of Cape Town (Western Cape)
  18. Tshepang MASIMULA Kempton Park Ladies (Gauteng)
  19. Promise SELANA Kempton Park Ladies (Gauteng)
  20. Mmabatho MOGALE JVW (Gauteng)
  21. Thembelihle MASIBI Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies (Gauteng)
  22. 22. Asanda HADEBE Sunflower WFC (KwaZulu Natal)
  23. Lithemba SAM SAM Cape Town Roses (Western Cape)
  24. Thando SIBANDA Mito Stars (Gauteng)