Winner Mbilo Khaney

September 18, 2001


About Athlete

It’s a privilege to be given the opportunity to focus on both school and soccer.I intend to make the most of my college experience by playing the part in both fields respectively, holding high standards for both.


English Home Language 65%, Afrikaans Additional Language 60%, Mathematics 44%, Life Orientation 57%, Engineering and Graphics design 51%, History 57%, Physical Sciences 43%



- Transition Football Academy (current)

- Gauteng Provincial Team

- RCLFA District Team

- Randburg Academy

- Discovery District Team

- Randburg Association Football Club (former team) player’s player award

- Randburg Association Football club season MVP  


- Unbeaten School Soccer Run (2014)

- 16th Place u18 Engen Knockout Cup (National Tournament)

- u19 Bayhill Cup (National Tournament)

- Top goalscorer for club at Engen Knockout

- Season top goalscorer for club

- u14 League Runner Up

-u15 League Champions

-u15 League Cup Champions

-Senior Team League Cup Semi Finalists (2019)

-Senior Team League 3rd place (2018)

Awards, press

- School colours for soccer

- Top goalscorer for club at Engen Knockout

- Season top goalscorer for club (2nd)

-Invited to trial for Sundowns Satellite Team (Prestigious Club in South Africa)

What makes you different?

My game is well rounded,I possess the ability to help my team with or without the ball be that on attack or defense. I'm creative, technical and always looking to make the right play. I'm also very patient and willing to learn.

Why do you want to compete in college?

Competing in college offers the best of both worlds. I want to be successful on the pitch with my football and off the pitch with my studies.

College Goals?

I want achievements to compliment the work I put in, being a good GPA and a championship.