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Rugby federation seeks Africa nod

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The Federation of Lesotho Rugby (FLR) is hopeful it will be handed full membership to Rugby Africa when the governing body convenes for its 12th general

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Kick4Life in dreamland

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Kick4Life coach Leslie Notši has praised his players for adapting to the pressure of being at the top ahead of their crucial year-ending Vodacom Premier League

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Bantu blames LDF ‘intimidation’ for draw

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Bantu communication and marketing manager Motlatsi Mofokeng has blamed Sunday’s disappointing Vodacom Premier League draw with Sundawana on intimidation suffered at the hands of Lesotho Defence

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Maliehe appointed Likuena coach

LuciahPhahla Maseru – Moses Maliehe has been appointed Lesotho’s new full-time national coach. The appointment was confirmed by the Lesotho Football Association (LEFA) yesterday. Maliehe had been interim coach since

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Volleyball coaching clinic for teachers

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The Lesotho Volleyball Association (LVA) is hosting a weeklong coaching clinic at Olympic House in Maseru in an effort to impart skills to primary school teachers.

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A season marred by violence

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The start to the 2016/17 Vodacom Premier League season has been marred by violence. It all began in September when Bantu fans assaulted match assessor Moeketsi

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Matlama docked three points

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Matlama’s Vodacom Premier League title challenge has been thrown into disarray after the club was docked three points and three goals by the Premier League yesterday.

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Door still open for refs, says LBA

Luciah Phahla Maseru – The Lesotho Basketball Association (LBA) says the door remains open for people interested in becoming match officials for High School Basketball League (HSBL) and National Basketball

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Mathibelle happy with second-place finish in Soweto

Luciah Phahla Maseru – Lesotho marathon runner Tšepo Mathibelle says he is proud of his second place finish in Sunday’s Soweto Marathon. Mathibelle completed the 42.2-kilometre course in a time

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Madidilane loving it at Bantu

Luciah Phahla Mafeteng – Since his appointment as Bantu coach in July to replace Bafokeng Mohapi, South Africa-born James Madidilane has breathed new hope into the Mafeteng giants. Last season