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Irwin and Santi

Balancing motherhood and football

In a women’s world, we strive to maintain our home and work life which can sometimes put strain on our choices to pursue a career in sport. We caught up with JVW FC Centre back Nicole Irwin, who recently made a comeback to the Sasol League after becoming a mom. Q1. How do you balance […]

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Double Gsport finalists

The final list of nominees ahead of the 12th edition of the Gsport awards were announced a week ago with two of JVW’s representatives amongst the finalists. Project Manager, Lauren Duncan was announced as a finalist for Woman of the year, whilst First Team and Banyana Banyana  midfielder, Amanda Dlamini made her mark as one […]

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Tyla Joss

Joss earns a call up to U20 Selection Camp

First Team midfielder, Tyla Bree Joss has received an U20 Women’s National Team Call up after a great performance in the Sasol league so far this year. Joss recorded 14/19 appearances in 2016 and has been a major part of the First teams success which includes winning the Gauteng Sasol League and finishing as runners […]

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Nyandeni, Tsawe and Salgado called up to Banyana Banyana

Midfielder and JvW Captain Nompumelelo Nyandeni along with her teammates first choice keeper Yolula Tsawe and midfielder Gabriela Salgado have been called up the South African Senior Women’s National Team, Banyana Banyana, for a 5-day training camp. The trio will head to camp on Sunday following their Springs Home Sweepers encounter in the Gauteng Sasol […]

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Starting XI vs TUKS

The First Team’s Bittersweet Victory

JVW travelled to Hatfield on Sunday, scheduled to play the University of Pretoria in their sixth match of the 2017 Sasol League. Kick off, however was slightly delayed and the match commenced just before 13:00. TUKS took full control of the game from the first whistle, and opened the score line in the 8th minute […]

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Vets Team

JVW reflect on a phenomenal ELFA season

From our ever impressive Juniors achieving a medal in the cup competition and joining the 100’s club to our seemingly evergreen Vets hijacking the league trophy, this season was truly phenomenal. Vets: League Winners With the combined life experience of close on 500 years the only thing we could fault the Vets on this season […]

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Junior Team

Be the Example

Many footballers dream to play at the highest level, without taking into account the endless sacrifices that come with it. To be a professional athlete and to be somewhat unique from your teammates, you need to do things a little differently. Have you ever thought to yourself – ‘what would make me stand out? What […]

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