Vol.23 No.162

Friday 27 October 2006    
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Sport
Giants seek revival
Blood rivals Gaborone United (GU) and Township Rollers seek to revive their flagging soccer fortunes when they meet each other in a crucial Mascom Premier League game tomorrow at the National Stadium. The two giants go to battle at 4pm and what is clear is that previous results will count for nothing.

The men for the big duel
When Township Rollers visit their bitter enemies at the National Stadium tomorrow in the Mascom Premier League tie of the weekend, there are some several players whose performance will likely decide the outcome of the game. Staff Writer TSHEPO MOLWANE focuses on some of the stars likely to decide the course of the Gaborone derby.

Wounded Chiefs confront buoyant TAFIC
FRANCISTOWN: Wounded Mochudi Centre Chiefs travel north this weekend to confront rejuvenated TAFIC in what is expected to be a thriller at the Francistown Stadium tomorrow.

Does Chiefs have what it takes?
World wide, the league race has never been a sprint nor has it ever been for the faint hearted and winning is no mean task. It needs focus, dedication, determination, perseverance, discipline, hard work and above all, unity to reach the finishing line. It is not about how many guns one has or as they sometimes say, it is not the size of the dog that matters but the fight in it.

  

 
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