Judokas target five medals in Swaziland

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Botswana has sent a 15-strong team to Swaziland to take part in the Southern African Judo Championships, which runs from Saturday to Monday. The team leaves today.

The squad has five cadets - three boys and two girls; five junior boys, one junior girl; four seniors - two girls and two boys.

Team manager, Patricia Nthibo said the Judokas are eager to perform well. “Players are anticipating positive results from the competition.

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