28 players for netball training camp

12 October 2018 | Sports

Netball Namibia (NN) has called up 28 players for a training camp, in order to prepare for the Diamond Challenge test series that will take place in South Africa from 26 November to 2 December.

Namibia, hosts South Africa, Botswana and Zimbabwe will compete for top honours in the competition.

Netball South Africa said a statement the competition is aimed at promoting netball on the African continent, with a special focus on better performances at the 2019 Netball World Cup.

The first competition of this nature was held in South Africa in 2012, when the hosts clashed with, Malawi, Botswana and Tanzania.

This year's games will be played at Ngoako Ramahlodi Indoor Sports Centre in Polokwane, Limpopo.



The training squad is as follows:

Jaumbuaije Zauana, Vendjihonga Katjaimo, Anna Kaspar, Vijandamuje Kamberipa, Selma Bittler, Imbileni Shuweninawa, Mellisa Neis, Diana Tjejamba, Cherlyn Muesee, Uahengisa Tjozongoro, Uzuvira Uatjiua, Dorkas Tjipetekera, Cathline Tjihero, Jessica Nandova, Rose Kotjipati, Ghola Uaongora, Lynette Kozosi, Selma Shikukumwa, Joanita Kaure, Evarista Haufiku, Theresia Hausiku, Kaviao Marenga, Diana George, Jessica Kuzatjike, Chaa Kavari, Anna Shipanga, Teveni Shirleen and Globine Majova.

LIMBA MUPETAMI

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