Rollers Rout Hapless Highlanders


SELEBI-PHIKWE: Defending champions, Township Rollers routed struggling hosts BR Highlanders 7-0 in a one-sided Premier League duel at a fully packed Selebi-Phikwe Stadium on Friday evening.

Rollers dominated proceedings from the onset, launching numerous attacks against a hapless Highlanders side that struggled to click for the entire clash.

The visitors were already two goals up in 15 minutes when attacking midfielder Kobamelo Kebaikanye struck twice in the ninth and 15th minutes.  Left back, Otlantshekela Mooketsi added in the 21st minute before Namibian forward Jerome Louis scored the fourth with 44 minutes on the clock. Louis made it 5-0 in first half optional time to complete his brace. He tapped in a cross from the right which gave the goalkeeper no chance.

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