Louis strike as Popa downs Notwane

Rollers defender, Obonye Moswate (on blue) against Lemogang Maswena of Notwane PIC: KABO MPAETONA
Rollers defender, Obonye Moswate (on blue) against Lemogang Maswena of Notwane PIC: KABO MPAETONA

Namibian striker, Jerome Louis’ solitary strike against Notwane on Friday was enough to hand Township Rollers their fourth victory of the season. The defending champions are yet to lose a match this season and gave director, Jagdish Shah a birthday present.

Louis also scored the goal that separated Rollers and rivals, Mochudi Centre Chiefs at the same venue (National Stadium) a fortnight ago. Rollers made two changes to their starting line up with Leutlwetse Tshireletso coming in for Simisane Mathumo at the heart of the defence. Tshireletso missed the game against Chiefs due to injury.

Michael Pepukani also started in the goalkeeping with Mwampule Masule out with injury.

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Parents should be more proactive in children’s lives

Parents need to pay particular attention to their children to ensure they grow up in a healthy environment that supports their development and mental health. Healthy attachments between parents and children foster strong bonds, creating a solid foundation for future leaders.In many African cultures, there is a common perception that parents should use a stick to discipline naughty children. While disciplining children is important, it is equally...

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