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 1. Troopers 18-0 
 2. Spartans 17-2 
 3. Dolphins 12-4 
 4. Flames 11-7 
 5. BDF V 10-7 
 6. Cadets 10-9 
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Troopers crush Dolphins to claim championship - Dec 22, 2014

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Basketball giants Troopers have cemented their position as undisputed champions after thumping Dolphins 2-0 over the weekend to claim the National Championship title. The reigning league champions, Troopers, went into the game like a house on fire on Friday evening and garnered a 60-53 lead in the first series. However, they suffered the most casualties despite the win, losing four key players in the process. Troopers lost shooting guard Duma Setlhare, power forward Mothusi Phokoje and point guard Eugene Ndaba. As if that was not enough, experienced shooter and captain Ratanang Tsayang (G-78) left the country on business just before the second series. However Troopers coach William Nyangu remained resolute in his plan to finish off his younger nemesis and cement his authority as the undisputed champions. 'We lost a few instrumental guys but we are a solid team. When one player gets injured there is always someone who will step up and do the job,' said coach Nyangu. Dolphins came into the second series with guns blazing and launched exuberant attacks against Troopers. But the champions maintained their composure and managed to hold on to the lead, narrowly winning the series 60-58 to snatch a 2-0 victory. Dolphins were neck to neck with Troopers in the dying minutes of the game, but they were let down by a grave last minute blunder as they gave up possession, allowing Troopers to launch a raging counter attack and score a two-pointer that won the game. Though he was disappointment with the last minute blunder, Dolphins coach Trynos Moyo said he was happy with the way his boys played. 'We were very unlucky. We made a blunder in the last two minutes of the second series and Troopers capitalized. I think my players were over excited because they were playing in the final,' said Moyo. Dolphins failed to overcome Troopers twice this season, losing to them in the league decider last month and in the National Championship finals over the weekend. Troopers were the big winners this season, maintaining a hundred percent win in the league and losing only one game against Spartans in the semifinals of the National Championships. On the other hand, Dolphins lost one game against arch-rivals Troopers.
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Association to host CUCSA games - 1 Year ago
Preparations for hosting the Confederation of University and Colleges Sports Associations (CUCSA) games are going on smoothly. Botswana Tertiary Students Sports Association (BOTESSA) president, Herbert Letsebe said this at a press conference in Gaborone recently. He said Botswana was given the right to host the 2018 CUCSA games scheduled for June this year, adding that 10 countries would compete in different sporting codes such as football, softball, badminton and netball   [read more]
Botswana has finished bottom of the boys and girls pools in the FIBA Africa - 2 Years ago
Botswana has finished bottom of the boys and girls pools in the FIBA Africa Zone VI U16 Afrobasket qualifiers. The five-day event, which was held at the Botswana National Youth Centre (BNYC) multi-purpose hall, came to an end on Saturday (May 30) with the hosts having lost all their matches after some dismal performances. The girls team was outclassed 68-19 by South Africa in its opening match on Tuesday, while the boys were crushed 120-16 by the same opponent. Zimbabwe, Angola and Mozamb...   [read more]
Dolphins Champions - 4 Years ago
Dolphins are the Botswana Basketball League men's division 1 champions after beating Troopers 71-56 in a fast-paced title decider played on Saturday night. The entertaining match was halted for more than 30 minutes in the last quarter due to darkness after lights went off at the University of Botswana (UB) basketball courts. Before the match, Troopers were top of the log with 22 points from 12 matches, while Dolphins were in second position with 20 points from 11 matches. Therefore, both...   [read more]

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