Econet to reward premier league stars

Econet to reward premier league stars

MASERU – The Premier League Management Committee (PLMC) has released this year’s nominees for the Econet Premier League (EPL) awards set to be held tomorrow at Victory Hall in Maseru. This is the second edition of the Econet awards as the main sponsors of the league. Matlama’s Motebang Sera will walk away with M9 000 for finishing the league as the top goal scorer and he is also in line for the Player of the Season award. It is no surprise that Matlama are dominating the awards after a successful season which was capped by winning the 2018/19 Econet Premier League title last month.

Award nominations (prize money in brackets):

Assistant Referee of the Season (M3 500)
Maporo Maporo
Pali Pali
Tlelima Khoahli

Referee of the Season (M5 000)
Osias Koto
Thabo Nkhahle
Lebalang Mokete

Top Goalscorer (M9 000)
Motebang Sera (18 Goals)

Goalkeeper of the Season (M7 500)
Thabiso Lichaba (Bantu)
Monaheng Ramalefane (Matlama)
Tankiso Chaba (Liphakoe)

Young Player of the Season (M5000)
Neo Mokhachane (Bantu)
Rethabile Mokokoane (Matlama)
Thetso Posholi (LCS)

Coach of the Season (M7 500)
Thabile Secker (Matlama)
Thabo Tsutsulupa (Liphakoe)
James Madidilane (Bantu)

Player’s Player of the Season (M7 500)
Lindokuhle Phungulwa (Bantu)
Phafa Tšosane (Matlama)
Tšepo Toloane (LDF)

Player of the Season (M10 000)
Motebang Sera (Matlama)
Tšepo Toloane (LDF)
Mkhwanazi Motlomelo (Bantu)

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