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A night with the School Stars.

The 2017 JVW Schools League Awards was held on the 10th of November at the Kempton Park Civic center. The night couldn’t have been completed without the presence of the Founder and Projector Manager of the JVW Girls Schools League Program; Janine van Wyk and Lauren Duncan. Other guests of honour who were present on […]

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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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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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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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JVW FC crowned Gauteng Sasol League Champions

What we have achieved before us is an opportunistic victory. A victory that most thought was unachievable, and a Victory that we have worked extremely hard for. In just 4 years, JVW have climbed the ladder to success! A victory that started from a 4-year plan has now materialised itself: We are the 2016 Gauteng […]

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Kirsten and Cayla excel at the VodacomNXTLVL Bootcamp

Two JVW FC players have won a substantial amount of money which will go towards their Education after excelling at the VodacomNXTLVL Bootcamp. The VodacomNXTLVL campaign which was launched on May 26, aimed at giving soccer players between the ages of 14 and 16 an opportunity to be coached and mentored by South Africa’s best […]

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