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Lioli shift focus to LNIG Top 8

Maseru – Defending Vodacom Premier League and Lesotho National Insurance Group (LNIG) Top 8 champions Lioli say they have shifted their focus to domestic duties after failing to proceed to

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Giants shoot to the top

Maseru – Despite a year’s absence from the Lesotho Rugby Championship, Giants have shown they remain the country’s dominant rugby club by shooting straight to the top of the league

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Nkhasi to return to track in Durban

Maseru – Lesotho Olympian Namakoe Nkhasi ( Pictured) will return to the track next Tuesday at the ASA Speed Series to be held at the King’s Park Stadium in Durban,

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Sports awards nominees out

Maseru – Middle distance runners Tšepang Sello and Toka Badboy headline the finalists for the inaugural Lesotho Annual Sport Awards (LASA). The final nominees were announced yesterday at a media

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KTA All-Stars coach defiant

Maseru – KTA All-Stars head coach Tšepo Ntsoele says he is not worried about the champions’ current position in the National Basketball League (NBL). The champions are in sixth place

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Notši remains defiant

Maseru – Despite a demoralising 1-0 defeat at the hands of Vodacom Premier League champions Lioli on Sunday, Kick4Life head coach Leslie Notši remains proud of his boys. Sunday’s match

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Tale strikes rich vein of form

Maseru – Thapelo Tale has made a blistering to life at Kick4Life after netting another brace in Sunday’s 3-0 win over Sky Battalion which sent the Old Europa side to

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Lioli eye CAPS’ scalp

Maseru – Lioli coach Halemakale Mahlaha is confident his troops can conquer the odds against CAPS United in Zimbabwe on Sunday. The CAF Champions League preliminary round tie is in

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Race for top four heats up

Maseru – With Kick4Life, Bantu and Lioli fiercely battling it out for the Vodacom Premier League title, the race for the top four has received less attention. However, there is

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Mohapi wants to roll back the good times

Maseru – Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) haven’t tasted league title glory since 2004 when they were the country’s most dominant force. What is left now is a shadow of that