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Hardwood Kings snatch championship - Aug 2, 2018


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A South African basketball club from Bloemfontein went away with glory at Lehakoe Recreation Center last weekend. Hardwood Kings crashed Lesotho Bokamoso South club 71-57 in the finals and was honoured with M1320. Both teams reached this phase after harassing their counterparts at semi finals. KTA was beaten 46-34 by Kings, while BKMS grilled Lerotholi Polytechnic 65-40. Eight teams tournament was organized by teams themselves not the Lesotho Basketball Association. 'The tournament went the way we had hoped for', said Mr Ratsolo Molupe Director of the Money Winter tournament. He said it was planned to be a one day event but they had to adjust to two days due to time constraints. This affected their winning prize money as they had to use some of their collections to pay courts for the second day of tournament to complete semi finals and finals stages. Initially first prize was M1500 would be followed by M1000 which then had to be re-adjusted to M1320 and M820 respectively after paying for courts on Sunday. 'We are just about to start new season around September, so teams had a chance to see what they need to do to prepare for new season', said Molupe. Molupe showed that their main aim was to play good competitive basketball and that was achieved. 'Prize money was just a bonus', said the Director. He further told our web that they still face financial challenges to help their basketball grow in the country. Therefore they always have to ask teams to make contributions, and that is not very easy because most players are students and some do not have sources of income to consistently have to pay money to play basketball.
Courtesy of: lesblizz.blog  



Raptors President, Ujiri and Giants of Africa honours Mandela centenary with tribute events in Canada - 6 days ago
Two days of events marking the legacy of Nelson Mandela will be held in Toronto on Dec. 4 and 5, the fifth consecutive year that Giants of Africa - the not-for-profit founded by Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri - will pay homage to the late South African president and Nobel Peace Prize winner on the anniversary of his passing. Mandela 100, an evening gala event presented by Tangerine will kicked off the festivities on Tuesday, Dec. 4th at Rebel Nightclub in Toronto. This tribute to...   [read more]

Masai Ujiri
Masai Ujiri and Giants of Africa honour Nelson Mandela's Centenary with tribute events December 4th and 5th - 6 days ago
Two days of events marking the legacy of Nelson Mandela will be held in Toronto on Dec. 4 and 5, the fifth consecutive year that Giants of Africa - the not-for-profit founded by Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri - will pay homage to the late South African president and Nobel Peace Prize winner on the anniversary of his passing. Mandela 100, an evening gala event presented by Tangerine will kicked off the festivities on Tuesday, Dec. 4th at Rebel Nightclub in Toronto. This tribute to M...   [read more]

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Soweto Panthers ease past Egoli Magic to clinch BNL title - 2 months ago
Soweto Panthers - Egoli Magic 84:58 Soweto Panthers have been crowned BNL champions. They beat Egoli Magic in the Final tonight. Reece Prinsloo (203-C-91) stepped up with 20 points and 11 rebounds to lead the charge. Soweto dominated from start to finish. They grabbed a 41:22 halftime advantage. The Panthers used a 24:12 run in the third term to take a comfortable 31-point lead. Egoli dropped 24 points in the fourth quarter but could not avoid the loss. Tatenda Maturure (G/F-98) prod...   [read more]


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