Junior referees excel at Botswana Games

Barobi Ngwako leading the referees during the Botswana Games soccer match between Central and Kweneng. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG
Barobi Ngwako leading the referees during the Botswana Games soccer match between Central and Kweneng. PIC: KEOAGILE BONANG

FRANCISTOWN: Sixteen junior football referees have been given a platform to officiate football games at the ongoing Botswana Games. Fedion Tabengwa, who is the mentor of the young referees from the Zwenshambe Junior referees development academy, said the referees are fresh from receiving their first refereeing certificates.

He also heaped praise on his students for their performances at the games.

“These youngsters recently passed and graduated with certificates in preliminary refereeing. We had an instructor who came here two weeks ago to teach and test them and they did well.

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