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Sasol League Players Boost Students Team

The University Sports South Africa (USSA) team that was announced this week to take part in the World Student Games in Russia next month is dominated by players plying their trade in the Sasol League.

The announcement comes shortly after Sasol and SAFA renewed their successful partnership for the next four years.
The USSA team comprises 18 players who all play in the Sasol League for different tertiary institutions around the country. This dominance of Sasol League players in the national team further highlights the league’s influence as the premier development platform for women’s football players in South Africa and the biggest feeder of national teams.
The League has 144 teams participating in all nine provinces and the majority of the universities in the country are part of that structure.
“The mere fact that we have so many universities playing in the Sasol League is a sign of the work that Sasol is doing for women’s football,” said Jerry Laka, coach of the USSA Women’s Football team.
The team has a wealth of international experience which Laka hopes to draw from during the tournament. With 16 of the 18 player in the team having played for the senior national women’s team (Banyana Banyana), their experience in other international competitions will be a confidence booster for the team during the tournament.
For captain, Amanda Dlamini, who first participated in the Games at the tender age of 17, this may be the last time she will compete at the World Student Games and she is hoping that the team does well.

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