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Bohlokong Stadium in Free State will be the real place of bohloko, Sesotho for pain, when five high schools battle it out for two places in the Mille Cup Under-14 national championships tomorrow.
The national championships will be played from September 26 to 30 in Mafikeng, with a first prize of R50000.
Navalsig High will enter the race as hot favourites as they represented the province in the past two editions.
Reinyakaletse, Concordia and Reikemiseditse are also capable of causing upsets.
The provincial champions and runners-up will join Mpumalanga's Langa and Ithafa as well as Northern Cape's Riet Rivier and Orion in the national championships.
Meanwhile, the battle for a ticket to Turkey in the Vodacom Under-16 Inter-School Challenge in Northern Cape will take place Galeshewe Stadium tomorrow.
The national champions will take home R200000 and represent the country at the Schools World Cup in Turkey from April 3 to 13 next year.
All eyes will be on Orion and SA van Wyk.
The top two schools will book a spot in the national championship in Soweto.