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NBL 1st Round Standings
 1. Shines 11-0 
 2. KTA All Stars 11-0 
 3. Rovers 9-2 
 4. Lerotholi P. 8-2 
 5. Bashana Baeso 8-3 
 6. LUCT 4-1 
 7. Roma Boys 4-10 
 8. Leseli 2-2 
 9. M.Slammers 1-12 
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NBL 2008/2009 League - Oct 28, 2008


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NBL 2008/2009

The 2008/2009 NBL league first round kicked off over the weekend. This year saw the registration of one new team in the male category; Limkwonkwing University. There are still three teams in the female section.

The results of the games that were played are as follows:

Lerotholi Polytechnic Vs Limkwokwing (Male)
49 14

Leseli Vs Rovers (Male)
26 28

Lerotholi Polytechnic Vs Rovers (Female)
33 24

Bashana-Baeso Vs Rovers (Male)
50 46

The second week of the first round will be played in Butha Buthe on the 1st Nov 2008. And the schedule is yet to be released.

  



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