Defending champions, Cape Town Roses FC (Western Cape) were the first team to qualify for the semi-finals when they won both their group stage matches.
Gauteng representatives and 2013 Champions, Mamelodi Sundowns joined Cape Town Roses in the semi-finals following emphatic victories over ALS PUK Tawana (North West) and Galeshewe Ladies (Northern Cape).
Sundowns scored 25 goals against the Northern Cape provincial champions Galeshewe Ladies FC and surpassed the previous record (16 goals) that was set in the 2014 tournament by Cape Town Roses. In addition to this, prolific striker Andisiwe Mgcoyi scored 10 goals in a single match to exceed the previous record of 6 goals held by Nocawe Skiti of Cape Town Roses in 2014.
The other semi-finalists Kanatla Ladies FC (Limpopo) and Durban Ladies FC (KwaZulu-Natal) both proceeded to the penultimate stage with impressive wins.
Although Cape Town Roses and Sundowns seem to be tournament favourites, Kanatla and Durban Ladies will certainly be dark horses who can dent anyone’s pride on a given day.
Don’t miss out on all the football action on Friday, 11 December when Kanatla Ladies FC play host to Cape Town Roses and Durban Ladies FC entertain Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies FC. Both games kick off at 16h30 at the Flavius Mareka stadium in Sasolburg.
Semi-finals winners will then face-off in the ultimate football finale at the DP de Villiers stadium on Sunday, 13 December at 13h00. Be sure to catch all the action at the stadium or tune in to SABC 1 for the LIVE broadcast of the epic final.