Western Dynamites Eye DTCB Top 4 Tournament


Champions of the Nhabe Region Women’s Football League, 2022/2023 season, Western Dynamites from Maun stream are eying the DTCB Top 4 Tournament.

Dynamites were crowned champions after winning all their games during the league’s play-offs that were held in Shakawe over the weekend. Mohembo United took position two while Etsha Green Stars came third.

Dynamites walloped Etsha Green Stars from Gumare stream 9-0 and defeated Mohembo United from Shakawe stream 7-0.

The club will represent Nhabe Region at the DTCB Northern Block play-offs set for Letlhakane on the 10th-11th June 2023. The playoffs will bring together champions from Francistown, Boteti and Chobe regions and the winning team will qualify for the DTCB Top 4 Tournament.

Dynamites’ coach Tizhani Zibochwa said they will continue to work hard as they prepare for the DTCB Northern blocks play-offs with their biggest goal being to make it to the DTCB Top4 Tournament.

He attributed their win to their preparedness ahead of the league in terms of registration of players as compared to the previous season.  “Our team has played 14 games in the Maun stream, we won 13 and drew one with 175 goals. Our performance shows that we were very much prepared,” he told Times Sport.

Zibochwa also appreciated that the league was well organised such that they received their fixtures well in time, the regional committee attended all their games and that their referees were up to their game.

The coach has since called for support indicating that the team has the ability to produce the best players and grow the sport in the region.  He highlighted that just recently four of their players were among those who were selected for the National U20 Women’s team camp.

For her part, Nhabe Regional Football Association Secretary Maipelo Malatlhe also concurred that the league was well organised adding that they only had few challenges as compared to the last season. She stated that they had well trained referees that had recently enrolled for the refereeing course.

Malatlhe said they have also observed growth of women football in Nhabe in terms of interest and the increase in the number of participating teams. She highlighted that in terms of participation, the teams in the Maun stream have increased from six to eight and that the Gumare stream took part in this season’s league to increase number of streams from two to three. The secretary added that they are even anticipating more women teams to take part in the next season.


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