Majiya, 18, made two Wafcon appearances, coming off the bench on both occasions against Burundi and Botswana in the group stages. She netted the solitary goal when Banyana beat Botswana in their last pool stages fixture. Majiya, who hails from Philippolis in the Free State, foresees a great future ahead of her, hoping all she learnt at Wafcon will help her in her bid to be the next Banyana star.
"Being the youngest player in the team is a great thing because everyone wants to help you. The senior players have imparted wisdom to me. I have gained valuable experience here and that will help me grow because I see myself as a big, big player in the next few years,'' Majiya, who's on the books of Northern Cape Hollywoodbets Super League outfit Richmond United, told Sowetan.
Majiya said it was a dream come true for her to rub shoulders with her idols like Thembi Kgatlana and Jermaine Seoposenwe. The Banyana starlet is confident of landing a big move in the near future, hoping the scouts noticed her.