ENVA urges Cor­rec­tional Sun­rise to make coun­try proud

Observer on Saturday - - Sport - By Jongile Xuba

- The Eswa­tini Na­tional Vol­ley­ball As­so­ci­a­tion (ENVA) has urged the Cor­rec­tional Sun­rise vol­ley­ball teams to rep­re­sent the coun­try well dur­ing the Zone 6 Club Cham­pi­onships in Dur­ban, South Africa.

Mak­ing his re­marks dur­ing the event held at the Cor­rec­tional Col­lege in Matsapha yes­ter­day, ENVA Trea­surer Thabo Dlamini said they were ex­pect­ing the teams to go all the way dur­ing the games.

“Hav­ing dom­i­nated in all do­mes­tic com­pe­ti­tions, we ex­pect a podium fin­ish from both teams.

“We be­lieve in you and know that you will rep­re­sent us well. I also urge you to main­tain our Swazi cul­ture of re­spect and we wish you safe travel”.

He then thanked Cor­rec­tional Ser­vices

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Com­mis­sioner Gen­eral Isa­iah Mzuthini Nt­shangase for sup­port­ing the team. “Credit must go to the ComGen for his con­tri­bu­tion in help­ing the teams qual­ify for the Zone 6 Games. “We would also like to thank the teams for invit­ing us to be part of the farewell func­tion,” he said.

Mean­while, Cor­rec­tional Sun­rise team cap­tain Sa­belo Nxumalo said they were more than ready for the tour­na­ment and had high hopes of win­ning.

“We prom­ise the na­tion that as its rep­re­sen­ta­tives we will make them proud and win the cham­pi­onship,” he said.

He was echoed by women team cap­tain Philile Khath­wane who said they would fight hard to come home with gold medals.

(Pic: Jongile Xuba)

ALL SET: Cor­rec­tional Sun­rise vol­ley­ball team play­ers pose for a group pic­ture be­fore de­par­ture for Dur­ban where they will par­tic­i­pate in the Zone 6 Club Cham­pi­onships. With the teams is ENVA Trea­surer Thabo Dlamini, Cor­rec­tional Sports Di­rec­tor Mpen­dulo Ng­wenya and PRO Gugulethu Sibiya.

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