Will Glow, glow?
20 June 2018
GLOW Petroleum Queens, player-coach, Perpetua Siyachitema believes her charges are in a better position to dislodge Correctional Queens when the unbeaten title contenders finally meet for the first time this season.
It might have taken 11 rounds, but the Netball Social League is set to have an undisputed log leader by Saturday afternoon as both teams are currently unbeaten and separated only by goal difference.
By game’s end, barring a draw, just one of the teams will remain as the competition’s only undefeated team.
Speaking to H-Metro, Siyachitema said their biggest challenge will be on endurance, considering that they only session for two days in a week.
“It’s a tough game but we are going to try our best. Our opponents have more time for training than us so we will have to work on our ability to withstand all the pressure that comes with the game.
“We are coming in as underdogs but will fight to win at any cost.”
Siyachitema is also worried about the height challenge.
“My players are short as compared to Correctional Queen’s players. But I am not moved by that. I will come up with a strategy to carve for that challenge,” she said.
Glow will also have to play without their center court player, Progress Kufa who is out on injury.
Kufa has been out for more than four weeks and Siyachitema said she is at times forced to fill-in that position so as to stabilise the team.
Former Harare City Queens player, Christine Kadandare will be a player to look out for as she has been outstanding in most of her games.
Siyachitema also pointed out that Kadandare is going to give a hard time to their opponents as she is big and difficult to defend.