After finishing third at the Africa U21 netball championship in Gaborone, approved http://cphpost.dk/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/rest-api.php Botswana last week, there the baby she cranes skipper Joan Nampuugu is optimistic that the team can achieve more success.
Nampuuga believes with better preparations and motivation, the team is destined for greatness.
“I believe we can offer a lot more if we get better preparations. The girls are committed and ready for the next hurdles,” said Nampuunga
“If we get enough time to train and maybe train on better facilities like our opponents do, we absolutely can attain more,” she added.
Nampuunga, a senior four student at St.Mary’s Kitende however decried the poor conditions that the team went through while in Botswana.
“We could have performed better in Botswana but first the weather was too cold for us, so we took long to acclimatize to it. Even the meals were not favourable for us,” she said.
Uganda, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana (hosts) will represent Africa at the 2017 U21 world netball championship in Botswana.