Fighters, Black Forest bite dust

Mogoditshane Fighters (in yellow) during their Debswana First Division South league match against City Polar on Saturday PIC: MONIRUL BHUIYAN: PRESS PHOTO
Mogoditshane Fighters (in yellow) during their Debswana First Division South league match against City Polar on Saturday PIC: MONIRUL BHUIYAN: PRESS PHOTO

The Debswana First Division South league hosted the last dance this past Saturday and confirmed the champions, relegated sides and a side that will try its luck at the Premier League Play-off.

While Jwaneng Young Stars were already confirmed as the champions prior to the past weekend’s action, there was a fierce battle for survival at the bottom. Extension Gunners, Notwane, Desert Nxau, Mogoditshane Fighters and Black Forest all went into Saturday’s fixtures unsure of their First Division status.

By the end of the day, Fighters and Forest lost their statuses in the league. They both join the Division One leagues. Fighters, who were at one point the most feared side in the Premier League under the tutelage of the late David Bright, now find themselves in an unfamiliar territory.


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