Another former NWU Soccer Institute player selected for National team

Belinda Bantham -- Thu, 08/10/2017 - 10:38

Another former NWU Soccer Institute player selected for National team

Another former player of the North-West University’s (NWU’s) Soccer Institute, Boalefa Pule, has been included in the national Bafana Bafana team.

The team will take part in the African Nations Championship (Chan) qualifier against Botswana on 12 August 2017.

Boalefa follows in the footsteps of Thabo Mnyamane and Luvolwethu Mpeta - also former players of the Soccer Institute - to play for the senior national team.

While at the Soccer Institute, he represented South Africa in both the national under-20 and under-23 squad, where he obtained 14 and 5 caps respectively. Boalefa was voted the best goalkeeper during the 2010 University Sport South Africa (USSA) soccer tournament, which the Soccer Institute won back to back in 2009 and 2010.

Boalefa was also part of the team that recently represented the country in the COSAFA Cup.

This goal stopper is originally from Zeerust in the North West Province. He was the second player from the institute after Andile Khumalo to join a premier soccer league. He is presently with Amazulu FC where he is on one-year loan from Supersport united FC.

Boalefa obtained a Sport Science Diploma from the NWU.

 Boalefa Pule, a former player of the NWU Soccer Institute, has been selected for the national Bafana Bafana soccer team.