Rollers appeal today

Township Rollers women's team hopes that the league's disciplinary committee will give it back six points and four goals when it hears its appeal today.

A favourable ruling will see Rollers crowned women's soccer league champions. Rollers are currently sitting on the second spot with 81 points, just four behind their archrivals, Double Action.Rollers lost points after Meat Girls and Mogoditshane Fighters complained that Lebogang Setereke was a defaulter. According to the team manager, Gaone Kerileng, Setereke was loaned to Cyclone Stars FC in Zimbabwe from June to December last year.
Kerileng told Monitor Sport that Setereke's clearance came on the 30th January.

They collected it a day later and used the player, as they knew that a player who was on loan does not require a new book."It was after our game against Meat Girls that the league chairperson Senki Sesinyi told us that teams were protesting against the use of Setereke," Kerileng said.Rollers coach Victor Tshambane attended a hearing on February 14 where he asked to be shown protest letters and receipts of payment of the protest fee.

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