ENVA urges Correctional Sunrise to make country proud
- 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
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.
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.