Ambitious Wanderers target FA Cup progress

Wanderers PIC: KOKETSO KGOBOGE
Wanderers PIC: KOKETSO KGOBOGE

PALAPYE: Debswana First Division North new log leaders, Morupule Wanderers will shift their attention to the Orange FA Cup as the battle for the country’s premier knock-out competition goes to the north this weekend.

Last week, teams in the lower divisions in the south, got their FA Cup campaign off the ground.

The start of the competition, which has not been played since 2012, saw 13 goals in a thrilling take-off. The cup reaches the northern zone starting tomorrow. Six Division One sides, nine First Division teams and a Premiership side will be in action.  The rest of the Premiership sides will join the competition in the next round.

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