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Francistown Regional Football Association (FRAFA) and Jacaranda Women’s Football League Francistown this past weekend (13 August 2022) held an awards ceremony at Francistown Civic Centre hall.
The awards were held on Saturday afternoon to honor all 12 Jacaranda Women’s Football League 2021/2022 season teams namely; Francistown United, Heritage Academy, Tutume Soccer Angels, Flying Girls Makungulupeswa, Strong Boys and Ladies, Shashemooke United, Coloured Stars, Diamond Girls, Tutume Young Fighters, Mandunyane FC, Ladies Focus FC, and Reteng Banyana FC.
Francistown United has been crowned the 2021/2022 season champions of the Jacaranda Women’s Football League and they walked away with a Trophy, Gold medals and P5, 500.00 cash prize. Heritage Academy is the runners-Up and they took home silver medals and P5,000.00 Cash prize while in third place is Tutume Soccer Angels who pocketed P4,000.00 cash prize and Bronze medals.
Flying Girls Makungulupeswa wrapped the league in position 4 and walked away with P3, 500.00 in Cash.
All teams finished from position 5 to position 8 walked away with a sum of P2, 000.00 cash prize each. The last bottom 4 teams paid the dirt with the sum of P1, 000.00 each.
Speaking at the ceremony, Ms. Lobito Ncube also a National Executive Committee (NEC) member, called for the business community and public at large to chip in women’s football as that will attract more Viewership which normally determines the magnitude of sponsorship and endorsement deals.


VAR System Will Make Its Debut During The COSAFA Men’s Championship Semis

The referees who will take part in the HOLLYWOODBETS COSAFA Cup 2024 from June 26to July 7 have been put through their paces in recent days. This includes the match officials who will administer the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system.

The VAR system will be used from the semi-final in Gqeberha, but will also serve as a training tool for the entire competition as the officials work with the system behind the scenes at each match to better prepare for the real thing.

In addition, Botswana referee Keabetswe Dintwa will take centre stage at this year’s COSAFA Cup, while Lucky Kegakologetswe will act as assistant referee.

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