Sun­dawana end win­less streak

Lesotho Times - - Sport - Mikia Kalati

Rovers coach, Pule Kho­jane, told the Le­sotho Times top­ping the ta­ble is not a pri­or­ity at the mo­ment, but con­tin­u­ing to do well.

“Of course, I’m aware that a win over Lik­ila can put us at the top of the ta­ble as both Li­oli and Likhopo will not be in ac­tion, but that’s not our tar­get at the mo­ment.

“We just want to con­tinue do­ing well and BOB Mafoso led Sun­dawana to their first vic­tory of the 2015/16 sea­son on Satur­day as the Butha-buthe out­fit edged LDF 1-0 at home.

The week­end win came just four days af­ter Mafoso re­placed freeze Ntene as the team’s head-coach.

Robo­hoang Masaena Mokoti scored the only goal of the match over win­less LDF, and helped Sun­dawana move from 13 to 11 on the 14-team premier­ship ta­ble.

On the other hand, LDF are now 13th on the ta­ble fol­low­ing four draws and three losses. In ad­di­tion to their sin­gle win, Sun­dawana have reg­is­tered three draws and also lost three of their seven matches of the sea­son.

Mphat­lalat­sane, who have only man­aged two draws in their seven fix­tures, an­chor the ta­ble.

Linare, still mourn­ing the death of de­fen­sive rock Lebo­hang Mata­mane, drew 2-2 against LMPS in Ma­put­soe on Satur­day.

Linare are 10th on the ta­ble and have won twice, drawn once and lost four of their 2015/16 fix­tures.

On the other hand, LMPS are 12th on the log and are strug­gling to find their rhythm.

On Sun­day, Lik­ila United came from a goal down to force a 1-1 draw against Kick­4Life at Set­soto sta­dium. col­lect max­i­mum points in ev­ery game. We are just work­ing hard to im­prove and be a bet­ter team,” Kho­jane said.

Kho­jane also said he was not sur­prised with his side’s good run as they had a solid plan be­fore the sea­son started. Rovers have four wins, two draws and one loss de­spite be­ing new­com­ers in the premier­ship.

Mo­rapeli Le­soetsa put Kick­4life ahead early in the match, but the Butha-buthe side equalised against the run of play through Tšepiso Male­fane.

Kick­4life now sit sixth on the ta­ble, while Lik­ila are eighth.

Na­tional Univer­sity of Le­sotho ( NUL) side, Rovers, con­tin­ued with their im­pres­sive form as they beat Mphat­lalat­sane 2-1 on Sun­day to clinch their fourth win of the sea­son.

Rovers now oc­cupy third po­si­tion on the ta­ble and have the same 14 points with sec­ond-placed Likhopo. The duo trail pace­set­ters Li­oli by two points.

How­ever, Rovers have played one game more than Li­oli and Likhopo.

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ROVERS de­fender Paseka Bale (right) tus­sles for the ball with Liphakoe mid­fielder Tseliso Sejake.

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