Women, Under-23 out to conquer Kenya, Zambia

All eyes on Motlhagodi: Woman's team coach, Sepheko Motlhagodi (left) speaks during a press conference in Gaborone yesterday while BFA officials and Under- 23 coach, Davies Kopi and captain, Thato Kebue listen on. PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
All eyes on Motlhagodi: Woman's team coach, Sepheko Motlhagodi (left) speaks during a press conference in Gaborone yesterday while BFA officials and Under- 23 coach, Davies Kopi and captain, Thato Kebue listen on. PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Botswana women’s team flew out to Kenya this morning holding a slender 2-1 lead in the Olympic qualifiers to be played in Nairobi on Saturday.

The women’s side, who have acquired the services of Sepheko Motlhagodi as their new coach, need a draw to progress to the next round.

After beating the Harambe Starlets in Lobatse last Friday, Motlhagodi said they face an uphill task due to Kenya’s different conditions.

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A step in the right direction

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