TONOTA: Contrary to expectations, home ground advantage did not work for Tonota FC during their Debswana First Division North League match against Great North Tigers (GNT) at Rutwang Secondary School Grounds last Saturday.
The home side showed team-work, fighting spirit, hunger, dedication and tactical discipline but still failed to beat their opponents.
This is despite the fact that in recent matches, Tonota FC have had the edge over their opponents. GNT nearly got the usual beating from an impressive Tonota side that attacked relentlessly. Tonota FC outplayed GNT in all departments but failed to score from the numerous chances they created.
If Tonota FC had collected maximum points in the match, they could have been sitting comfortably in second position in the log. Kenny Simusokwe’s star-studded side played like champions but lacked the killer instinct.
The likes of Keoagile Botshelo, left back Thabologo Motswere and ever overlapping Mpho
Tonota FC: Olebile Elias, Basiamisi Sebapalo, Thabologo Motswere, Thabo Ngake, Koziba Gibson, Otisitswe Seboretswe, Thato Motswagole, Reuben Sautu, Keoagile Botshelo, Keoagile Kgosietsile, Mpho Njadingwe
GNT: Israel Olebeng, Reetsang Pholoa, Tebogo Mafala, Maemo Sekepe, Mothalefe Leshiba, Mpho Kgosietsile, Barulaganye Radiakanyo, Molemogi Chalashika, Motshidi Nkola, Otsile Kediegile, Zwangu Majeremani
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