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Rugby boss absolves LNOC

MASERU – The Federation of Lesotho Rugby (FLR) has distanced itself from comments made by the federation’s general secretary, Litšitso Motšeremeli, to this paper about the Lesotho National Olympic Committee (LNOC).

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Lioli finally strike gold

MASERU – Confidence is a precious commodity in sports and Lioli finally struck gold on Sunday by winning the Top 4 Independence Cup. Until that point, it had been an uncharacteristically

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Tigers battle to stay alive

MASERU – Tigers Basketball Club is quite literally fighting tall odds to stay alive in the National Basketball League (NBL) this season. In August before the 2018/19 campaign started, the club

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We’ll bounce back, say Matlama

MASERU – Econet Premier League log leaders Matlama are out to put last weekend’s Independence Cup disappointment behind them as they get back to league action on Saturday against Majantja in

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Maliehe defends team selection

MASERU – Lesotho takes on Tanzania on November 18 in a crucial 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier. The match is vital after Likuena’s disastrous two-game showing in AFCON qualifiers

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Mafoso names U-20 squad

MASERU – Lesotho Under-20 head coach Bob Mafoso has named a provisional 23-man squad for the 2018 COSAFA U20 Youth Championship scheduled for December in Zambia. The Makoanyane XI has started

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How Basutoland Ink, LEFA deal soured

MASERU – It is just over seven years since Basutoland Ink debuted as the main kit sponsor of Lesotho’s national team, Likuena. The date was August 11, 2011 and the move

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Are the wheels off at Kick4Life?

MASERU – Battered and bruised, Kick4Life are experiencing a difficult start to the Econet Premier League season. After six games, Kick4Life languish in ninth place on the log with a disappointing

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Sello’s second coming

MASERU – Ikarabele Sello is the new man in charge of the Premier League Management Committee (PLMC), an unenviable task for even the bravest man. Sello was elected in August and

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‘We can still qualify’

MASERU – Lesotho national coach Moses Maliehe insists Likuena can still qualify for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) despite crushing back-to-back defeats to Uganda. Thanks to the losses, 3-0