Vol.22 No.163

Tuesday 25 October 2005    

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Maposa steer Chiefs to victory
Mochudi Centre Chiefs' goalkeeper, Joseph Maposa put a sterling performance on Sunday to guide his team to a well-deserved 2-0 victory over visiting BMC in a Mascom Premier League game played at the University of Botswana (UB) Stadium.

Luza falters as Botswana dominates
FRANCISTOWN: Though Master Luza failed to get revenge against Zambian, Kennedy Kanyanta, local boxers put up an impressive performance at the international friendly tournament at Leseding Hall over the weekend. Out of 12 bouts, Botswana won seven in the tournament that featured Zambian and Zimbabwean boxers.

BVF opens centre in Okavango
Botswana Volleyball Federation (BVF) will open Xakao Mini Volleyball Centre at Xakao Primary School in the Okavango region this Friday. The centre is part of initiatives by BVF to develop volleyball at the grassroots level. A statement from the federation says the centre was identified to cater for primary school children in and around the area.

Suspended Gunners' players appeal
Two Lobtrans Gunners' players, Teenage Tsalaile and Tshepo "Talk-Talk" Motlhabankwe have appealed the four-month suspension slapped on them by the Botswana Football Association (BFA).

  

 
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