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Matlama keen to hold on to Maliehe

Luciah Phahla Maseru Vodacom Premier League giants Matlama are hoping to hold on to head coach Moses Maliehe. Maliehe guided ‘Tse Putsoa’ to second place in the league last season,

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Makoanyane XI sharpen swords for South Africa

Luciah Phahla Maseru One step away from qualifying for next year’s Africa U-20 Cup of Nations, Lesotho’s Under-20 side returned to training on Monday to start preparations for their next

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Good signs for Likuena

Luciah Phahla Maseru Lesotho’s 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup adventure came to end on Tuesday after a fortnight in which Moses Maliehe’s young charges showed plenty of good signs for the

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Mathibelle in Kenya camp

Luciah Phahla Maseru Lesotho marathon hopeful Tšepo Mathibelle is in Kenya as he finalises preparations for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games scheduled for August in Brazil. Mathibelle left the country

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‘M2 million for Koloti’

Luciah Phahla MASERU Sundawana have a slapped a M2 million price tag on striker Roboama Koloti after Vodacom Premier League champions Lioli made a formal offer for his services on

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KTA All Stars crowned champions

Luciah Phahla Maseru KTA All Stars are Lesotho’s basketball kings once more. KTA were crowned National Basketball League (NBL) champions last Saturday following a 81-61 Game 3 victory over Bokamoso

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Bantu to unveil new coach

Luciah Phahla Maseru Bantu president John Leuta says the club will announce a new coach before next Monday. Leuta said the Mafeteng giants are preparing to regroup on June 27

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Do-or-die for Likuena

Luciah Phahla Maseru After winning the first two games, Lesotho caretaker coach Moses Maliehe says his side has set its sights on capturing the 2016 COSAFA Castle Cup in Namibia.

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Likuena at crossroads

Sports Reporter MASERU THIS week we give you a summary of the fixtures and key players who will do battle for Likuena in the COSAFA Cup tournament that begins in

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District players more disciplined: Mahao

LuciahPhahla Mantšonyane Likhopo general manager QamakoMahao says the behaviour of players from the districts makes them better athletes than those born in urban areas such as Maseru. Mahao made the