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Boitumelo Khutsafalo
  • Disang vows to carry on Top 8 momentum

    Double Action were crowned champions after a thrilling 4-2 victory over Mexican Girls in the final played on Sunday. The action-packed tournament, which consisted of the best eight teams from each region started on Friday with the group stages....

  • Double Action pocket P250k after Top 8 victory

    The winners, Double Action were initially supposed to receive P25,000 as per the agreement between the BFA and DTC Botswana. However, the latter delivered a nice surprise when it revealed increased prizes for the gold, silver and bronze medalists....

  • TAFIC, Rovers go down

    TAFIC joined three other big guns, TASC, Francistown City Greens (formerly ECCO City Greens) and Great North Tigers (GNT) from the second city who have since been forgotten after going down to the regional leagues. TAFIC, who have been the only...

  • Notwane, Highlanders, Gilport bite the dust

    The trio suffered defeats on Saturday afternoon paving their way to the Debswana First Division league with each side left with one match this season.Notwane suffered a 2-1 defeat to Orapa United at Itekeng Stadium despite being the first to draw...

  • Chiefs defer Holy Ghost’s ‘party’

    The result set up what could be a thrilling spectacle in the last two round of matches left in the league. Had Holy Ghost registered victory against Magosi, they would have won the league title as well as automatically gain promotion to the Botswana...

  • Holy Ghost's crowning moment face Chiefs test

    The hosts need three points to wrap up the league title and book a place in the Premier League next season while Chiefs look to cut the lead with three matches remaining. A victory for Holy Ghost will see them gain promotion to the elite league for...

  • Nico bounces back to the Premier League

    Majombolo, as Nico United are affectionately known to their legion of supporters, gained the promotion on Saturday after their 0-0 draw against Maun Terrors.They became the Debswana First Division North league champions with three matches remaining....

  • GU Sail through

    They started off with a completely new line-up with only Thero Setsile, Mothusi Johnson, Alford Velaphi, Thatayaone Ramatlapeng and Thato Kebue as the usual starters. Second choice goalkeeper, Ookeditse Semelamela started ahead of Goitseone Phoko...

  • Notwane in deep trouble

    Toronto blew a huge chance with the defeat to Lions who had previously only registered two victories the entire season. Toronto are left with three tricky encounters, which would determine their destiny in the coming season. They are currently...

  • Galaxy enter Matebele’s hornet nest

    With eight teams battling for a spot in the last four of the competition starting tomorrow, only one lower division side, Matebele FC remains in the contest. Next on the menu for the Debswana First Division South League side is Jwaneng Galaxy, who...

  • FUB fumes over Ratanang case

    The Botswana Premier League season is facing an unpleasant end over the issue involving the registration of Township Rollers’ fullback, Onkarabile Ratanang. The player is currently on the sidelines while his club faces sanctions after it emerged...

  • Popa to abide by BFA directions

    The BFA on Friday announced the suspension of two Rollers officials, Motshegetsi Mafa and Sidney Magagane from all football related activities pending investigations into the matter.The association also announced the suspension of former Regions and...

  • Chiefs in fresh financial dispute

    Mookodi resigned from his position this week citing unpaid dues as the reason behind his shock departure from the club. Mookodi told Mmegi Sport yesterday that he is owed in the range of P20,000 and has not been given a satisfactory response from the...

  • BFA suspend Phuthego, Rollers officials

    The three officials, Setete James Phuthego (former BFA competitions manager), Sidney Magagane (Rollers general manager) and Motshegetsi Mafa (Rollers team manager) are said to have been involved in the registration of Ratanang, which was done in...

  • GU retain four-point lead

    Title rivals, Township Rollers also beat Mahalapye Highlanders 2-0 in Serowe and kept their title ambitions alive.GU went into the match looking for a revenge after BDF XI became the only other side besides Rollers to beat GU so far. The Reds made...

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