Starting list for the FIDE section of the 2015 Lesotho Open published

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The provisional starting list for the FIDE section of the 2015 Lesotho Open has just been released and looks as follows.

Players List (provisional)

No. Name Surname ID FED Rating
1 Musa Simutowe 8700389 ZAM 2153
2 Graham Jurgensen 14300788 RSA 2074
3 Tsheliso Mpya 14308452 RSA 1989
4 Themba Nene 14306760 RSA 1932
5 Alfred Pesa 14304163 RSA 1925
6 David Mooketsi 11300485 BOT 1890
7 Clive Mthunzi 14308460 RSA 1881
8 Sechaba Khalema 14317176 LES 1836
9 Enerst Tshabalala 14318466 RSA 1812
10 Mongezi Fakude 14318512 RSA 1807
11 Andile Choko 14309203 RSA 1785
12 Malusi Lekalakala 14319837 RSA 1785
13 Vincent Masole 11300990 BOT 1766
14 Wanda Khanyile 14307790 RSA 1745
15 Alex Maredi 14318288 RSA 1734
16 Tokelo Klaas 21300020 LES 1684
17 Dan Ngakane 14319314 RSA 1627
18 Refuoe Ramakab. 14317311 LES 1569
19 Ramokotjo Lekau 14317281 LES 1559
20 Latela Kananelo 14317206 LES 1498
21 Mosa Mantutle 21300070 LES 1434
22 Thabang Mapena 21300283 LES 0
23 Malebanye Mohale 21300275 LES 0
24 Motsie Mohlahli 21300038 LES 0
25 Mokone Moshe 21300054 LES 0
26 Motlatsi Motlohi 21300267 LES 0
27 Phamotse Ntsonyane 21300259 LES 0
28 Moseli Phera 14317249 LES 0
29 Bakoena Seboka 14317192 LES 0

Registration for the FIDE section will close at 13.00 on Thursday 14th January and the draw for round 1 will be published on Thursday evening.

Players who are not reflected below but still want to register are asked to urgently contact Mr Tseliso Motloheloa at either motloheloatseliso@gmail.com or telephonically at +266 5897 3766.

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