A classic in the jungle

Thabang Ofitlhile (Yellow) of Notwane battles for the ball against Bakang Leshona (Black) of Mochudi Centre Chiefs PIC: KENNEDY RMOKONE
Thabang Ofitlhile (Yellow) of Notwane battles for the ball against Bakang Leshona (Black) of Mochudi Centre Chiefs PIC: KENNEDY RMOKONE

The SSG ground surrounded by the thick bushes on Saturday afternoon produced an entertaining Debswana First Division South league match between fallen giants, Mochudi Centre Chiefs and Notwane.

Magosi won the first half and Toronto won the second as described by those who witnessed the classic contest on Saturday. Chiefs led 3-0 at the half hour mark but Notwane came back to end the tie with a 3-3 draw. The two sides reminisced their days in the elite league turfs but both find themselves in the bottom half of the second tier league table.

It could be an extended stay in the dusty grounds but the fans at the match venue on Saturday were entertained. Just three minutes into the tie, Chiefs were awarded a penalty after Remmington Masuku was brought down in the area. Sphiwe Matlala stepped up and made no mistake to give Magosi the lead.

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