Sports Reporter

HALF of the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League contribute the 20 players selected for an international friendly against Botswana on September 30.

Baltemar Brito is in charge of the Warriors

Warriors interim coach Baltemar Brito (Highlanders) and his assistants Genesis Mangombe (Dynamos) and Bongani Mafu (Hwange) were appointed during the week and will get down to business within a week of getting the jobs.

Saturday’s game in Gaborone will be part of Botswana’s Independence Day celebrations and the team departs for Gaborone on 27 September.

Ngezi Platinum goalkeeper Nelson Chadya

Dynamos, Chicken Inn and Highlanders contribute three players each while Herentals, FC Platinum, Ngezi Platinum, Manica Diamonds and CAPS United have two players each and Bulawayo Chiefs have one.

Highlanders defender, Peter Mudhuwa


Donovan Bernard (Chicken Inn), Nelson Chadya (Ngezi Platinum Stars)


Andrew Mbeba, Peter Muduhwa (Highlanders), Godknows Murwira (Caps United), Frank Makarati (Dynamos), Farai Banda (Manica Diamonds), Qadr Amini (Ngezi Platinum Stars), Xolani Ndlovu (Chicken Inn)

Dynamos midfielder Donald Mudadi (left)


Brighton Manhire (Highlanders), Shepard Mhlanga (Chicken Inn), Brian Banda (FC Platinum), Tanaka Shandirwa (Dynamos), Mthokozisi Msebe (Bulawayo Chiefs), Donald Mudadi (Dynamos), Davison Marowa (Herentals), Walter Musona (FC Platinum) Tinotenda Benza (Herentals)

Bulawayo Chiefs striker Obriel Chirinda (left)


William Manondo (Caps United), Fortune Binzi (Manica Diamonds), Obriel Chirinda (Bulawayo Chiefs)

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