Notwane, Sankoyo in an exciting draw

Notwane players celebrate one of their goals against Sankoyo Bush Bucks on Saturday. PIC: BONIFACE KEAKABETSE
Notwane players celebrate one of their goals against Sankoyo Bush Bucks on Saturday. PIC: BONIFACE KEAKABETSE

MAUN: Notwane staged a dramatic come back and forced a draw against Sankoyo Bush Bucks in an exciting beMOBILE Premier League game played here on Saturday.

Toronto started the game a better side dominating the first 25 minutes of the first half. Lemogang Maswena and Zebron Nbjovu were a menace in the Sankoyo defence in the early stages of the game, troubling the normally resolute Modiredi Matengu in the Sankoyo defence. Sankoyo made two changes to their last starting eleven against Township Rollers a fortnight ago.

Gaongalelwe Dipateletso partnered Omaatla Kebatho in the attack while Wazha Seleka also started in the midfield in place of Mmoloki Kafuko. However, Notwane were more enterprising in the beginning stages of the game.

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