Ndejje to take stronger side to Carthage

KAMPALA- Ndejje Elites will travel for the Africa Volleyball Club Championship in Carthage, Tunisia next week with a stronger side compared to the one that played at their maiden appearance in Antananarivo Madagascar in 2013.

Ndejje Coach Johnson Kawenyera told Daily Monitor that his current side has seen it all compared to the one from last year.

“Last year we used the East African Games as our yardstick, which didn’t really give us a better a picture,” Kawenyera said yesterday.

“But now I have players who have seen it all. These girls have played on the big stage throughout 2013 and the early part of 2014,” he added.

Ndejje had four players on the national team that played the best on the continent and nearly qualified for the World Championship.

Christine Alupo, Saidat Nnungi, Maureen Mwamula and Jesca Kaidu though the latter didn’t leave long on the national team.

“Those four will be the back born of my team, the rest will ride on them,” said Kawenyera. From the team that was in Antananarivo Ndejje lost Peace Busingye, Miriam Namiiro and Shamim Makongoro to Vision Volleyball Camp.

Then they were also boosted Prossy Alobo and Carol Nakawesi then of KCCA and KAVC respectively.“Technically this team is far much better and I have a lot of confidence in them,” added Kawenyera.


SOURCE: Daily Monitor

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