Li­oli back to win­ning ways

Lesotho Times - - Sport - Mikia Kalati

LI­OLI edged Lik­ila united 2-1 at PTC Ground on Sun­day to main­tain their po­si­tion at the sum­mit of the 14-team Vo­da­com Pre­mier League ta­ble.

Jerry Kamele and tšepo Lekhooana scored the goals which handed tse nala max­i­mum points af­ter the rook­ies had gone ahead early in the match through Sello Koe­tle.

the tey­ateya­neng-based gi­ants had strug­gled with their game prior to the week­end match, and now have a five-point ad­van­tage over sec­ond-placed Bantu. A Matšo Mate­bele dropped points for the first time in 2015 af­ter be­ing held 1-1 by LCS on Satur­day.

Thabo Seakhoa put Mashesh­ena ahead from the penalty spot early in the sec­ond half, be­fore Litšepe Marabe scored a scorcher to level mat­ters for Bantu.

In the week­end’s sur­prise re­sult, strug­gling LMPS stunned Mat­lama 1-0 at Pitso Ground on Satur­day, cour­tesy of for­mer na­tional team striker, Teboho Sehloho.

this was the po­lice side’s third win of the 2014/15 foot­ball sea­son, but they still re­main sec­ond-from-bot­tom on the ta­ble.

In St Mon­ica’s, Linare suf­fered their 10th loss of the sea­son af­ter go­ing down 2-0 to nyenye Rovers on Satur­day.

the win boosted the ty­coons’ chances of avoid­ing rel­e­ga­tion, while com­pound­ing Linare’s woes which ap­pear to be mount­ing with each pass­ing week.

Also on Satur­day, Tšeliso Phera and Mo­jela Let­sie were on tar­get for LDF at Ratjo­mose Ground, as the army side beat Kick­4life 2-0. The win took LDF level with sec­ond-placed Bantu on 37 points.

On Sun­day, there was also a win for Likhopo who beat Mphat­lalat­sane 2-0 away in St Mon­ica’s.

thabo Mon­gali and Chaka Maile scored Likhopo’s priceless goals, which moved the Red Army to sev­enth po­si­tion on the ta­ble.

Li­oli util­ity player Jerry Kamele (cen­tre) has been the main man for his team.

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