Jenine Van Wyk owned side, JVW Ladies Club will lock horns with the big girls in the SNWL next summer.
Van Wyk boasts international players at their disposal with former and current Banyana Banyana stars plying their trade for the Randburg based side.
With seasoned campaigners like Amanda Dlamini and Nompulelo Nyandeni leading from the front, SNWL teams should be wary of the threat JVW poses. The women's league is still crawling but those baby steps will grow stronger with time.
With Caster Semenya in JVW books and eligible to don the white and blue stripes next year, hopefully, she'll pull larger crowd numbers from her athletics career.
Caster is a record-setter in athletics but her football skills are yet to be tested. Banyana international and Semenya's homegirl, Noko Matlou, saw Semenya taking to the field back home in Limpopo and speaks highly of Semenya's football skills.
For JVW to capture her services, she must have impressed with the technical team. A lot is expected from the speedy athlete but Semenya shouldn't put unnecessary pressure on herself. JVW deserves to play in the elite league.
This article was written by a Soccer Laduma reader.