Mojadife, Magopane reach under-13 cricket tourney

Primary school kids during a cricket practice session PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE
Primary school kids during a cricket practice session PIC: KAGISO ONKATSWITSE

Mojadife and Magopane Primary schools have booked themselves places in the finals of the Ramotswa Under-13 cricket schools tournament. The tournament involves eight schools, Ketshwerebothata, Mojadife, Magopane Hill, Seboko, Baratani, St Bernard, Otse and St Conrad.

The tournament is a 20 overs contest featuring both boys and girls. South East region coordinator, Adam Adam, all the participating teams showed great improvement in this year’s event.

Mojadife and Magopane however proved their mettle, setting up what could be an interesting final.  In the first semi-finals, Ketshwerebothata clashed with Mojadife in both girls and boys categories and the latter managed to overcome Ketshwebothata’s teams to book a places in the finals. In the other semi finals, Magopane’s boya and girls sides also reachd the finals after beating St Bernard’s teams.

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