Upcoming Events 2014
- May 22-31: Africa Youth Games - Botswana
- May 24: BWF AGM - Delhi, India
- May 24: Africa meeting - Delhi, India
- June 01-11: Road to Rio - Mauritius
- June 09-11: Umpires course - Mauritius
- June 12-15: Mauritius International
- June16-18: Umpires course - Kenya
- June 19-22: Kenya International
- July 23-03 Aug: Commonwealth Games - Glasgow
- Aug 07-09: Umpires course - Morocco
- Aug 10-16: Africa U15 - Morocco
- Aug16-28: Youth Olympic Games - China
- Oct 13-15: Umpires course - Ethiopia
- Oct 16-19: Ethiopia International
- Oct 20-22: Umpires course - Nigeria
- Oct 23-26: Nigeria International
Tawana Up For The Challenge
Gaone Tawana, Botswana’s top player qualified today for the semi-final of the Men’s Singles in the African Championships 2014. Apparently in top form, the Botswanese started the day with an easy win against the Mauritian Ramrakha 21-10 and 21-12.
The individual event of the 2014 African Championship started today in the indoor hall of the Lobatse Sports complex. After a tiring day yesterday, most of the top players were able to get some much needed rest with ‘byes’ for the first round of the individual events.
It all started at 9am with the semi-finals at the Lobatse Sports Complex. Although they lost the opening Mixed Doubles, Nigeria came back to won against Seychelles 3-1 and South African had to fight till the end to snatch victory against Mauritius 3-2.
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