BRU plans zonal leagues

Finding new channels: The BRU wants to introduce regional leagues to ensure financially challenged clubs remain in competition
Finding new channels: The BRU wants to introduce regional leagues to ensure financially challenged clubs remain in competition

FRANCISTOWN: The Botswana Rugby Union (BRU) has drawn a plan to have zonal leagues in a bid to grow the sport.

The BRU wants to have B Division league teams in the north and south, where sides compete in their zones before the top two teams from each zone meet in the final for the title.

The new move follows the realisation that most of the A-Division teams are based in Gaborone. Those based in the northern part of the country have been experiencing financial problems.

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