Botswana prepares for AAPA championships debut

Botswana Cue Sport leaders, Marang Morolong (right), Kagiso Tlou (left), Otsile Nawa (second from left) with All Africa Pool Association (AAPA) delegate, Sibusiso Dladla PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Botswana Cue Sport leaders, Marang Morolong (right), Kagiso Tlou (left), Otsile Nawa (second from left) with All Africa Pool Association (AAPA) delegate, Sibusiso Dladla PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Months after being hit with a suspension by Botswana National Sport Council (BNSC), Botswana Billiards Confederation (BBC) is racing against time to get re-admitted.

The arrangement under BNSC is in order for BBC to take part in All Africa Pool Association (AAPA) Championships scheduled to take place in October this year.

It will be Botswana's first ever participation at the games since being affiliated with AAPA in 2016. Recalling on how BCC was hit a with a suspension by BNSC, Marang Morolong who is the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the entity, revealed that they were suspended for failing to comply with the registry offices.

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