Motlakase Shock Police

| April 7, 2015

Motlakase Power Dynamos striker and Ugandan international, Umar Ngobi twice eluded Police XI defence to score a goal in each half for his team to annihilate the visitors by 3-1 scoreline in a be Mobile league game on April 3.

Though Police XI were the first to draw blood via Zimbabwean international Makai Kawashu who received and fired a low ball into the far post, Motlakase’s Ngobi benefitted from a sloppy error by Jungle Kings captain Louis Minjale to open Chouka’s scoring charts.

After recess, the towering Ugandan again eluded the Jungle Kings and fired a missile outside the box that put the hosts on the driving seat.

Though the maroon and golden boys of Junior Letlamoreng dominated the initial proceedings, they eventually gave in to the persistent electric shocks from Chouka who assumed dominance of the second stanza.

The drop in energy levels and loss of concentration by The Jungle Kings’ defensive pact allowed Chouka to mount an offensive that saw Gape Mohutsiwa bypass roadblock to slot home the third and last for the home side.

In another premier league act, a nocturnal affair between BDF XI and Sankoyo Bush Bucks yielded a one all draw result.

Although it started off as an encounter capable of producing an avalanche of goals, the game ended with only two goals scored in each half.

Lanky BDF XI attacker, Khumbulani Madziba broke the deadlock in the first half to send Matebele supporters into frenzied celebrations.

However, their celebrations were short-lived when Ngurungu Boys were awarded a penalty in halftime mark, which however went to waste.

In the second half, visiting Ngurungu Boys came back a rejuvenated side and equalised after a scuffle that followed a set piece a few metres outside Matebele’s box. Jackson Lesole pounced on the rebound to level matters for the Maun outfit.

On Saturday, BR Highlanders edged closer to their survival dreams when former Miscellaneous Sporting Club striker Emmanuael Thakadu returned to his former hunting ground to nail First Division South bound Letlapeng by a solitary cracker in a game that ended 1-0. Thakadu, who has cut his teeth at Selebi-Phikwe outfit NICO United before decamping to Highlanders, completed his solo run with missile that went into the roof of the net and the beauty was capped with a wild celebration that nearly earned the burly striker caution. The celebration from both the players including the bench and the supporters was inaertently a sign of relief as the train boys ascend the premier league charts and slowly steer away from the relegation zone.

Source : BOPA

Source : Botswana Daily News

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