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Orebonye believes the transition of the Zebras is going well

Senior National striker Tumisang Orebonye believes the transition of the Zebras is going well. Orebonye says younger members of the Zebras squad are adapting well to the responsibility of the National team. Orebonye is in Seychelles with the Zebras for the second leg of the CHAN 2020 qualifier which will be played this coming weekend in Victoria Seychelles.

The striker has highlighted this game will be important to players as they all want to stake a claim for the 2019 COSAFA team to represent the Zebras. The 22-year-old believes the COSAFA tournament offer players an opportunity to be seen by scouts and also represent their countries and hence every player wants to make sure he is on the plan to Durban in a fortnight time.

Zebras Caretaker Coach Mogomotsi Mpote is expected to Name his 20 man squad to the 2019 COSAFA on the 20th May 2019 with over a week to prepare for the quarterfinal against South Africa who Botswana face on the 2nd June 2019.


Senior & U-20 women name final squads

Botswana women’s senior national team coach Jacqueline Gaboinelwe, and women’s under-20 national team coach Taphaphiwa Gaebolae have both named their final squad to compete at the 2019 COSAFA championships in Port-Elizabeth South Africa.

The women’s national team has been drawn in group Zambia, Namibia and Mauritius. They will play from July 31 – August 11.

The under-20 has been drawn in group B alongside Eswatini, Tanzania and Zambia. They will play from August 1-11.

The two teams are in the camp until they depart for Port-Elizabeth on the 28th July 2019

Women’s senior national team squad

Women’s U-20 national team squad

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