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Soccer

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2018 year proved to be an outstanding year for Jeppe Girls’ Soccer with both our U15 and Open Teams playing in the JVW Girls’ School League. The U15 team played well but had mixed results for the season, however, the Open Team excelled in the league. The Open Team won the Johannesburg Stream 4 League and the League Cup Tournament which was hosted by the JVW League at Rand Girls. The team thus made it to the JVW Schools League Playoffs that were held in September at Germiston Football Club.  One hundred and sixty teams from Gauteng participated in the League Playoffs and our Open Team performed magnificently making it all the way to the finals. Unfortunately, they were defeated by Parktown High School by one goal in the final.

Our talented team was commended by the League for their outstanding skills, passion and loyalty. They were also congratulated on their sportsmanship and discipline as they did not receive any penalty cards throughout the entire season.

Three of our players, Danica Lotter, Megan Reveley and Naomi Govender, had the distinction of being selected to play for the JVW U19 Select Team. At the JVW Awards function we were extremely proud to learn that Danica Lotter had also been selected for the Elite JVW All Stars Team- a recognition that Danica is one of the top eleven players in Gauteng.

The following girls were recognised during 2018 for their contribution to soccer:

Full Colours (New): Micaela Ferreira and Megan Reveley

Half Colours (New): Naomi Govender, Jessica Henwood, Danica Lotter and Talia McPherson

Merit Award: Stephanie Marques, Kasey Walters, Amy Cassim, Naledi Mbokane, Analyse Niyibizi, Ashleigh Templeton, Lerato Tsoai, Suhailah Alexander, Kelsey Mark, Oratile Mashiane, Andrea Van Der Bank, Hannah James and Hope Udoka

Team: Micaela Ferreira

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