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Kick4life return to winning ways

Mikia Kalati

KICK4LIFE yesterday massacred Majantja 4-1 in an Econet Premier League match at LCS Ground.

Nkoto Masoabi, Bonang Mohapi and Rasetabele Kalosane scored a goal each to give their side a healthy at the break.

They dominated in the midfield and created plenty of chances for the likes of Masoabi, who netted his 14th goal of the campaign to take a giant step towards the golden boot award.

Veteran midfielder, Ralekoti Mokhahlane was instrumental playing alongside Tšeliso Ramafikeng, who enjoyed a rare run in the starting line-up.

In the second half, Kick4Life continued to dominate the game squandering chances while Mokhahlane tested Adam Sello in goal for Majantja.

Majantja also managed to create chances and looked enterprising down the flanks with Fanya Lenka troubling Kick4Life defenders.

Substitute, Khubetsoana Kamela also made a huge impact when he replaced Fidele Ntoya.

Mohau Kuenane, in goal for Kick4Life also made few important saves to deny the Mohale’s Hoek side a chance to get back into the game.

However, the veteran goalkeeper was finally beaten by Selialia Mohapi from the penalty spot.

Kalosane registered his brace in the last ten minutes of the game to kill any hopes of a Majantja come back.

Majantja head coach, Retšelisitsoe Matsepe, who recently helped return to top flight football, admitted that Kick4Life were the better side.

“Kick4Life were the better team in the first half and dominated us in all departments,” Matsepe said.

“They looked strong and were fitter than us, but I think we came with an improved performance in the second half.

“What’s important for us now is to go back to the drawing board and try to do well in the remaining matches.”

The Majantja coach is still hopeful his side can secure a top-eight spot.

Kick4Life coach, Leslie Notši, on the other hand was impressed with the performance of his team.

“We showed character having lost our two previous games and I am happy with the way the team responded,” Notši said.

“The players worked according to our game plan and showed character.

“It was an impressive performance all round against a Majantja side that also wanted to fight back.”

Elsewhere, Sello Tale and Basia Makepe scored a goal each to hand LMPS a 2-0 win over Linare at Maputsoe DIFA Ground.

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