Chiefs, City Polar rue missed chance

Kaelo Thari (Orange) of CRACKiT City Polar battles for the ball with Kakanyo Kethubile (White) of Mochudi Centre Chiefs PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Kaelo Thari (Orange) of CRACKiT City Polar battles for the ball with Kakanyo Kethubile (White) of Mochudi Centre Chiefs PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

MOCHUDI: Debswana First Division South league title contenders, Mochudi Centre Chiefs and CRACKiT City Polar saw their race for promotion to the Premier League suffer a dent on Saturday when they played to a 1-1 draw at the Riverplate grounds.

Chiefs are now fifth on the log standings and seven points behind leaders Matebele while City Polar are third and five points away from the top with just six round of games to be played.

Chiefs’ assistant coach, Mopholosi Reaitsanye admitted that his side will have to dig deep for a chance in the promotional places. He said the playoff spot is now a target for Magosi. “We’re still optimistic and look, the second position is still up for grabs. If we can get to the second position then we can think about the first position. Anything can happen.


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