Byo province aim for Harare scalp
BULAWAYO provincial baseball team coach, Eldon Mudzingwa, strongly believes his side can beat Harare province when the two clash in a three-match series that begins at Hamilton High School tomorrow.
The series is set to produce explosive baseball action, with fans guaranteed of a treat.
“Morale in camp is very high. I believe the boys are ready for the challenge ahead. It is going to be tough, but we have to step up to the challenge and hopefully we win the series. We are going to be playing at home so we hope to use that to our advantage. Hopefully fans come in their numbers and support the team,” said Mudzingwa.
The hosts’ preparation for the series got a major lift when the team roped in the services of Japanese coach Naoki Taniyama to help with technical expertise.
Taniyama has been working with the team together with Washington Nyika.
The hosts will pin their hopes of a series victory on the likes of national team players Shepherd Sibanda, Hloniphani Ngulube and Brandon Majobo. Entry into the venue will be free with fans guaranteed lots of fun in the form of jumping castles for children and a braai.