Togolese tennis coach drills Botswana youth

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Botswana’s 2014 Africa Youth Africa Games table tennis team will train under revered Togolese coach, Kaka Lawson for the next eight days.

Lawson jetted into the country this week to drill the players and run a Level One coaching course at St Josephs in Gaborone.

Botswana Table Tennis Association (BTTA) is preparing a team for the second edition of the Africa Games, which will be hosted in Gaborone. The team has four players - two boys and two girls. Botswana is required to field two junior players each in the male and female categories during the games, but the BTTA has asked to put four instead.

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