Ramblers sharp-shooter de Kock dominates WSL defenders

By Michael Uugwanga

If she were playing for a big team like Ongos FC, Beauties, or Girls and Goalz, Zoe de Kock would undoubtedly be the most talked-about player in the FNB Women Super League (WSL), but because she plays for Ramblers Women FC, only a few people seem to notice her talent.

Born in Mitchel Plain, Cape Town (South Africa) 19 years ago, de Kock has been one of the standout performers in the FNB WSL thus far, and her goal-scoring abilities are second to none.

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Last season, she joined Ramblers Ladies FC from Hotspurs Ladies FC in Cape Town’s regional women’s football league.

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However, she did not play games due to an international commitment to the youth national team.

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Despite her team’s 4-1 loss against Beauties FC, she scored a spectacular goal with her left foot against Brave Gladiators and Beauties FC short-stopper Mellissa Mateus on Sunday.

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She has already scored five goals this season, including a hat trick against the V-Power Angels earlier in the season.

“I was eight (8) years old when my brother introduced me to football and ever since then I started playing street football with him and his friends, but at the age of 10 I joined a boys’ team named, FC Mowglies.  “I chose football and not another sport because it is the only sport, I am good at, and it was always my dream to become a professional footballer. My parents were thrilled when I joined FC Mowglies because everyone in the family was playing for the team. My mother encouraged me to join the team,” she said.

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