Women Under-23 poised to advance

The Under- 23 women's team has a healthy lead from the first leg
The Under- 23 women's team has a healthy lead from the first leg

The women’s Under-23 football team is set to book their place in the next round of the All-Africa Games qualifiers when they take on Madagascar at the National Stadium tonight. Kick-off is at 6pm.

The local side won the first leg, first round encounter 3-1 in Antananarivo.

The team’s coach Gaoletlhoo ‘Ronaldo’ Nkutwlisang told Mmegi Sport that the team is injury-free and ready for the clash. “There are no injuries in the team, but we will be missing right back Tlamelo Motlhale who was sent off in the first leg.

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