Sundawana end winless streak
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.