Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi became the first ever South African Women players to move to Australian top-flight league, and they will be taking part in the 11th season of the Westfield W-League which is set to get underway in October this year.
Canberra United confirmed that they have acquired the services of the duo on Monday, and here's how the Banyana Banyana stars were hailed on Twitter.
Banyana Banyana duo of Refiloe Jane and striker Rhoda Mulaudzi have signed for Australian side Canberra United, becoming the first South African players to play in Australia.— Bafana Bafana (@BafanaBafana) August 20, 2018
WELL DONE GIRLS!! pic.twitter.com/GdP0Fc5jHT
South Africa (@GoalcomSA) August 20, 2018
South African duo sign for Australia's Canberra United https://t.co/NoTDK1Yk3D Australian W-League side Canberra United have snapped up the South African international duo of Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi, the club confirmed on Monday. United coach Heather Garriock says she w… pic.twitter.com/dvEwmciZR5— Gitartha Sarma (@Gtrth07) August 20, 2018
@HeatherGarriock, head coach of @CanberraUnited hails Banyana Banyana duo, Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi— brighten (@u_bhekani) August 20, 2018
“Fifi’s technical ability in midfield is simply outstanding and in Rhoda, I can see the pace and aggression that I’m looking for up front.”https://t.co/gKmPtF4mdA
Australian women's Premier League club Canberra United on Monday has confirmed the signing of South African duo Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi.— NB Sports Report (@NBSports_Report) August 20, 2018
The Banyana Banyana pair are the first South African players to play professionally in Australia. pic.twitter.com/j0fO5T6KhU
Australian women's Premier League club Canberra United on Monday confirmed the signing of South African duo Refiloe Jane and Rhoda Mulaudzi.— Herman Gibbs (@Herman_Gibbs) August 20, 2018
The Banyana Banyana pair are the first South African female players to play professionally in Australia. @AfriNewsAgency pic.twitter.com/fZdzGZ31jJ