PIC:Orapa United`s marksman The Big Animal,Jerome Ramatlhakwana.Phodiso Gaebepe
BY:Kabelo Seleka GABORONE:The mining townees in Orapa United FC will this Saturday afternoon set the pace for Botswana Premier League log standings when they travel 6 hours 30 minutes to the outskirts of Gaborone at Molepolole Sports Complex taking the on process Gaborone United at 15:45hours.
PIC:BOBA Competitions Cordinator Tanka Rauwe at the 2018 Debswana Boxing Awards.Kabelo Seleka
BY:Kabelo Seleka GABORONE:Affiliate of the year UB/Tsholofelo Boxing Stable will this Saturday afternoon host the first inter-club of the year sanctioned by Botswana Boxing Association(BOBA) at UB student center following a tremendous 2018 fun filled with ring dancing throughout the year and ease December off season.
PIC:Gaborone United Coach Phillimon Makwengwe speaking to the media.Kabelo Seleka
BY:Kabelo Seleka GABORONE:Gaborone United chief tactician Phillimon Makwengwe says he miscalculated Township Rollers tactically by starting the ever versatile lanky offensive ball passer on the bench in Dirang Moloi as his side lost 2 nil in the overly hyped Gaborone derby at the National Stadium this afternoon.
PIC:Rollers Coach Motang speaking to the media after a 3-1 loss to Gallaxy.Kabelo Seleka &Phodiso Gaebepe(action)
BY:Phodiso Gaebepe GABORONE; Week 16 of the BTC Premiership pitted Township Rollers and Jwaneng Galaxy at the National Stadium in Gaborone on the 13th of January 2019 at 1545hours. Township Rollers nicely gets humbled by Galaxy on the day with a 3-1 win, a result that was very unexpected especially looking at the form of Jwaneng Galaxy in the last games of the first round.
PIC:Jwaneng Galaxy FC head coach Miguel Da Costa Duater speaking to the media after a 3-1 win over Township Rollers.Kabelo Seleka&Phodiso Gaebepe(Action)
BY:Kabelo Seleka GABORONE:Jwaneng Galaxy FC head coach Miguel Da Costa Duater says his team tactically drunk matched Township Rollers in a 3-1 away win yesterday at the National Stadium as the win really meant nothing but business as usual according to Da Costa.