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‘BIRDS’ COACH TEMBO’S FIRST TEST AGAINST PIRATES

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MBABANE – Mbabane Swallows Zambian coach Christopher Tembo’s first test is against Moneni Pirates in an MTN Premier League game to be played on Saturday. The game will take place at Mayaluka Stadium in a double header.


Kick-off is at 4pm.
The double header will see Manzini Sea Birds playing RSSC United, starting at 2pm. Another exciting double header will be played at Mhlume Stadium where log leaders Royal Leopard will host Green Mamba at 4pm while the first game will be between Manzini Sundowns and Malanti Chiefs at 2pm.


According to the Premier League of Swaziland (PLS) fixtures released yesterday by the COO John Mazibuko, Midas City and Umbelebele Jomo Cosmos will host Young Buffaloes and Manzini Wanderers respectively.


All the MTN Premier League games will be played on Saturday due to the unavailability of the Mavuso Sports Centre and Somhlolo National Stadium.
Meanwhile, action in the MTN National First Division will be both on Saturday and Sunday.
Faltering Mbabane Highlanders will host All Nations on Sunday at Mhlume Stadium.

MTN Premier League:
All games on Saturday:
Mayaluka Stadium:
M. Sea Birds    vs RSSC United    2pm
M. Pirates    vs M. Swallows    4pm
Prince of Wales sports ground:
Midas City    vs Y. Buffaloes    2pm
Umbelebele    vs M. Wanderers    4pm
Mhlume Stadium:
M. Sundowns    vs Malanti Chiefs    2pm
R. Leopard    vs Green Mamba    4pm

MTN First Division League:
Saturday:
Rocklands Stadium:
M. Hot Spurs    vs Sikhalo Se-Africa    2pm
B. Swallows    vs Tambuti        4pm
Tabankulu Stadium:
T. Callies    vs Red Lions        3pm
Sunday:
Mhlume Stadium:
M. Highlanders vs All Nations        3:30pm
Prince of Wales sports ground:
Hellenic    vs Imphumelelo    1:30pm
M. Rovers    vs L. Killers        3:30pm               

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