CRACKiT moves tournament after BFA directive

CHAN assignment: The Zebras play Madagascar on August 27 PIC: BFA
CHAN assignment: The Zebras play Madagascar on August 27 PIC: BFA

The organizers of the CRACKiT Challenge Cup say they will reschedule the one-day tournament to September 3 following a Botswana Football Association (BFA) directive.

The Botswana Football Association has told its structures not to organise any matches on August 27 as the Zebras will be in action against Madagascar in an African Nations Championship (CHAN) tie. CRACKiT chief executive officer, Moemedi Senwelo told Mmegi Sport that the competition will now be moved to September.

“We will reschedule to 3rd September 2022,” Senwelo said on Monday. He said the shift in dates will affect bookings although they are yet to establish the other impact. “(Iam )Not sure yet but it will affect every booking,” he added.

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