#OrangeArmy first team boys Katlego “Ntsiki” Ntsabeleng has been making headlines in the #VarsityFootballCup and it was no surprise when the young man was rumoured to be called up for national duty and make up the squad known as “Amajita”.
During his season in the #VarsityFootballCup Ntsiki has scored numerous goals, assisted with scoring and defense and entertaining the crowd with his outstanding football skills and showing no fear for the opponents“Ntsiki” makes waves.
An up-close and personal profile with the 18 year old Sports Management student will follow soon.
STAY TUNED, comment and interact with us on social media twitter @BlaqqCassieDee @UJ_Sport #OrangeArmy. Let us know what you think about this young man’s football career.
On Saturday 22 October 2016 the #OrangeArmy, Male first team won 4-1 in their SAB League game against Porto FC.
Goals were scored by Tshepo Tolo, Tressure Dlamini and Pogiso Mabote.
CONGRATULATIONS #OrangeArmy Interact with us on social media Twitter @BlaqqCassieDee @Uj_Sport
University of Johannesburg #UjWomenFootball have reached the end of their sasol league season sitting on #4 with nine points out of Seven games in their second leg of Sasol Women’s league Gauteng Province Sasol Women’s football logstanding.
Right behind the #OrangeArmy is Croesus ladies football club Croesus FC with seven points and a game still to be played against JVWFC JVWFC.
IMPORTANT: THERE ARE TWO STREAMS IN THE SASOL LEAGUE, A-STREAM AND B-STREAM WHICH CONSISTS OF EIGHT TEAMS ON BOTH STREAMS. THE TOP FOUR TEAMS FROM EACH STREAM WILL COMPETE IN “TOP8” AND THE WINNER WILL BE CROWNED AS #1 CHAMPIONS IN GAUTENG.
Will the Uj ladies crack the top 4 ? #UjWomenFootball
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The past two weeks I have been posting on twitter articles relating and related to my blog post “MySoccerGirlblog” which circulates around varsity sports, in particular women football as the central them of the blog. The articles which I have identified during my days on twitter are articles by @SasolSA, which is the highest women’s football league in South Africa which comprises of teams from various parts of the country to compete and its one of the leagues UJ women’s football participates in.
illustrates the trials that were held for female matriculants to join the UJ women first team the following year. Articles on international football league results from @SkySportsNewsHQ , as my blog primarily is about Football updates, debates, results and activities within the football world. There were various articles from @VarsitySportsSA on my timeliene highlighting netball results and not so much on football aswell as sports motivational quotes for my followers to stay motivated and entertained from @Sports_Greats #UjAllTheWay .
I got feedback on the articles which I posted on my timeline, there were comments, likes and retweets from individuals and organisations that I had tagged in my posts to raise awareness about women football, results and fixtures. The hashtag which I was using lured these people to view and interact with my tweets.
In future I will include video clips and more images of the ladies training sessions, games and the stadium which they train and play at and make it more vibrant and interesting.