A businessman from Ha Leqele Katleho Guest House seeks to construct indoor games arena at Ha Leqele.
Martin Poulo’s aim is to bring youth together to have opportunities of sports.
“If God permits I would like to have indoor games hall in future”, said Poulo.
Poulo said this at the end of Poulo darts tournament at Ha Leqele.
The businessman who sponsored the tournament with the tune of M10, 000 said many people think that darts are meant for the army personnel.
“There are many people who believe that darts are meant for soldiers, but it is not true at all everybody could play darts”, he continued.
Poulo showed that he firstly watched darts played by soldiers.
He showed that darts help players to be focused. Again they are engaged in calculations such as addition and subtraction, which needs to be quickly effected during the game.
He appealed to the business community to have knowledge of darts and extend hand on sponsoring them.
“I took the lead of supporting darts in order for other business people to follow”, explained Poulo.
In the meantime, our reporter had an exclusive interview with one of the Lesotho Defence Force darts player.
Mr Mohau Teboho Motšomotšo affectionately known as “Izanusi” showed that he is from Leribe district under chief Khethisa.
He said he always practice what he wants to do and it works or him.
Motšomotšo attested to that for practice he uses sports days Wednesdays and Fridays.
He said he started playing darts in 2015.
His coworkers thought him how to play.
“Izanusi” is adamant that one day he would be included in the national team.
“I wish one day national couches would be interested in me and be included in the national team”, said Motšomotšo.
At the end of the tornament Tigers darts club was awarded championship and grabbed M2, 500. LDF became the second and got M2, 300.
The third and fourth positions MIA and Lioli went away with M2, 000 and M1000 respectively.
The rest four teams which formed part of quarter finals each one pocketed M200, they were Hunters, Mali, Rainbow and Quthing.
Lesotho Darts Association public relations officer Mr Mpeako Phororo said he was happy with the performance and the attendance of the spectators.
“Even though many people do not understand this sport because it is full of calculations”, concluded Phororo.