Bantwana during a training session at the Parque Sport Centre in Uruguay. Photo: @SAFA_net on twitter
Bantwana during a training session at the Parque Sport Centre in Uruguay. Photo: @SAFA_net on twitter
Bantwana players going through their paces at the Parque Sport Centre in Uruguay. Photo: @SAFA_net on twitter
Bantwana players going through their paces at the Parque Sport Centre in Uruguay. Photo: @SAFA_net on twitter

MONTEVIDEO – The South African Under-17 women’s team have intensified their 2018 Fifa World Cup preparations at the Parque Sport Centre in Uruguay.

Simphiwe Dludlu's charges completed two training sessions without any concerns.

Goalkeeper Leigh Brophy is continuing with her rehabilitation under the watchful eye of the strength and conditioning coach Minky Tshabalala and coach Dludlu is pleased with the player’s progress.

“Leigh is recovering well and busy with her rehab at the moment. We don’t want to rush her back too early so we still have a few more days where she is part of the warm-up and the goalkeeper sessions," said Dludlu.  

African News Agency (ANA)


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