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Press Conference Information – FIFA U17 Women`s World Cup

Post the game against Zambia we had to break our camp as players were going back to school to prepare for their end of term examinations. We however planned two weekend camps during the period between the Zambia game and the fulltime camp that commenced on the 17th November, 2017.

We do not know our opponents but we have an idea of how they approach their games. We are aware that South African players are not bad technically due to their advantage of training in better facilities than we do. Our plan is to use their strength to our advantage. How we are going to do it is for now a closed book.

We kept the same squad that was in camp during preparations for the Zambia game and reinforced it with Leungo Senwelo (AMF), Annah Sechane (MD/DF), Doris Motshegwe (GK) and Tshegofatso Mosotho (AM) to improve depth in the squad. (Refer list provided down below).

The focus of our training during the weekend camps was meant to keep the team’s fitness at least to a stable level until we resume the fulltime preparation camp for tomorrow’s game. Our preparations have also been going well during our fulltime camp except we could not get any international friendly game due to unavailability of teams in the region. All our players are mentally and physically ready and like prior to the Zambia game have been working hard to get ready for tomorrow’s game. We only have a few a few knocks which our doctors are taking care of.

With these few words, Ladies and Gentlemen, I am confident that shall compete and work hard to get positive results in tomorrow’s game. We also urge members of the Lobatse community and the country at large to support these girls tomorrow.

Player Roaster:

1    Galekhutle    Esalenna Masego    AM
2    Mosotho    Tshegofatso Nomsa    MD
3    Abueng    Michelle    CF
4    Rathari    Obonetse Oratile    MD
5    Tlhobogang    Maatla Baby    MD
6    Sembuwa    Basego Lesetedi    DEF
7    Motshegwe    Doris Lorato    GK
8    Senwelo    Leungo    MD
9    Sedimonyane    Atang Sharon    GK
10    George    Theo Pearl    MD
11    Charles    Tlotlo    DEF
12    Sechane    Annah Nametso    DEF
13    Gabolathiwe    Gloria One    DEF
14    Kgokong    Kaone Gosego    DEF
15    Pilane    Gloria Tebatso    DEF
16    Ntsinyane    Bakang    MD
17    Botlhale    Letso    CF
18    Dithebe    Keitumetse    MD

Technical Team:

1    Odirile     Matlhaku    Head Coach
2    Ms Tapaphiwa    Gaebolae    Assistant Coach
3    Molao    Israel    Goalkeeper Coach
4    Thabo    Machona    Fitness Trainer
5    Shatho    Mbisana    Team Doctor
6    Mrs Kaelo    Kgosiyang    Physiotherapist
7    Ms Ludo    Khatha    Welfare Manager


Its The Orange FA Cup Final!

League champions Township Rollers take on Orapa United in the 2019 Orange FA Cup Final on June 15, 2019, at Francistown Sports Complex for the finale of the first edition of this beautiful knockout tournament.

Rollers head into the game chasing a domestic double, having already clinched the Premiership. Orapa is seeking to be the first team to win The Orange Fa Cup, after finishing 3rd on the Premiership log this season.

The two teams have had a beautiful run into the final. The tournament saw Chobe and Bobonong host their biggest football match ever. Mapalastina faced Kazungula FIghters in what was referred to as David v Goliath clash in the Chobe area. On the other hand, the Ostriches gave Peace Makers of Bobonong a few peaceful lessons by putting the ball in the net 10 times.

Captain Omatla Kebatho, who is also the top goal scorer with 6 goals, will lead the Ostriches. Keagile Kgosipula of Rollers goes into Saturday final with a clean sheet, not having conceded a goal since the tournament started.
Ticket for the match are available at Computicket stores


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