Kgakgamatso Ramatshosa (r) of Tafic SC with teammate Thato Mosweu
Tuesday May 08, 2018. 14:00
TAFIC head coach Rapelang Tsatsilebe says his charges are confident ahead of their last two BTC Premiership matches.
Matjimeyenga are coming off a 2-0 win over Sankoyo Bush Bucks in a league game which was played at the Francistown Sports Complex.
Rebaone Kgosietsile and Onkemetse Powe netted for TAFIC, who kept their hopes of surviving relegation alive.
The Francistown-based outfit will take on Extension Gunners and Black Forest in their last two games of the season.
"We are all happy and the focus is now on our last two games, Extension Gunners and Black Forest,” Tsatsilebe said.
"Sankoyo were very aggressive, they fought. It was a very tough game. We have two injuries, Molebatsi (Kangangwane) and (Upoga) Dekesha.
"We will be monitoring them this week. I like the current mood in my camp.”
Thirteenth-placed TAFIC are two points above the relegation zone having been promoted to the top flight league in April, 2017.