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Ndundu Young Fighters from Shakawe Stream and Western Dynamites from Maun Stream are both aiming to reach the northern block play-offs as they strive to get promotion to the Debswana First Division Northern League.
Should the two teams win their streams they will then battle at Nhabe Regional Football Association play-offs with the champion going to represent the region at the First Division play-offs. Ndundu FC is currently leading the Shakawe Stream with 36 points and it has won eight games, lost one and drew three.
The stream defending champions Mohembo United FC are currently in position two with 36 points having won four games, drew four and never had a loss. On the third position of the stream is Blue Waters FC with 33 points, the team has won five games, lost three and drew one.
Western Dynamites on the other hand is currently leading the Maun Stream with 38 points having won 12 games, drew two and lost three.
On the second position is Springbok with 36 points, the team has won 11 games, drew three and lost two. Maun Heroes is on position three with 34 points and it has won 10 games, drew four and lost two.
In an interview, Ndundu’s coach Baboloki Chalashika said that they are going to continue working hard and fight by all means so that they can advance to the next level as he has much trust on his players. He stated that from the beginning of the season his boys had shown much commitment and are ready to do wonders.
For his part, Western Dynamites Coach Tobokani King said that their main intention is to reach the play-offs again in the current season to represent Maun stream. He stated that they have an unfinished business to continue because last season they couldn’t make it to the First Division League indicating that they will work hard to try making that happen.
King noted that for them to be at the top of the season they maintained what they started last season. He said that they had recently attended some different courses which helped them to acquire some skills and they are applying them.
“We signed three experienced players from Sankoyo Bush Bucks who are helping us a lot and some youthful boys who are also doing very well,” he said.