BTC Premiership rescheduled matches review

BTC Premiership rescheduled matches review
BDF XI players celebrating a goal during the Mascom Top8 quarter final match between Gaborone United and BDF XI at the Molepolole sports complex in Botswana on 1 November 2015. Back page pix/Mnirul Bhuiyan

Monday Mar 05, 2018. 09:00

Three rescheduled BTC Premiership matches were played on Sunday across the country.

Jwaneng Galaxy played host to relegation threatened Gilport Lions at the Jwaneng Stadium.

Galaxy recorded a 4-0 victory over Lions on the day. The victory took Galaxy to the top of the league standings, while Lions remained 16th.

At the Maun Sports Complex, Sankoyo Bush Bucks welcomed an inconsistent Black Forest side.

Forest secured a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Sankoyo. As a result, Forest climbed up to ninth place, while Sankoyo slipped down to 11th spot.

Botswana Defence Force (BDF) XI travelled to the Francistown Council Stadium where they faced TAFIC.

BDF brushed aside TAFIC 3-1 in the second city of Botswana, Francistown.

The victory took Matebele to third place on the league table, while Matjimenyenga remained 13th on the log.

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