ZDF Queens coach Joel Sibanda is expecting a positive result when they take on log leaders Correctional Queens this afternoon in the Rainbow Amateur Netball League at Harare Municipal Police.
Both teams are enjoying a fine run and are yet to lose a match. ZDF, third on the table, have won all their 15 matches, while Correctional Queens have also collected maximum points in all their 16 matches.
“So far, we have prepared very well, we are ready for the game. We know it’s a tough game, Correctional are a good side and they are the defending champions.
“But we are not afraid of that. We know they are a good side, but we are going to give them a good run.
“Obviously, it’s not going to be easy, but I think we are going to win. I am confident and the girls’ morale is very high,’’ said Sibanda.
Correctional Queens coach, Christopher Simeon is also expecting a bruising contest. “We know it’s going to be a tough game since it’s going to be a decider for the championship.
“In terms of experience, and combinations, I think we are better than them. . .we are not worried about them, we know they are still trying to gel together.
“Netball is not just about coming together, it’s about combinations. We have our combination, we have come far as a team,” said Simeon.
Today: Falcon v Tenax (Manyame Airbase), Golden Valley v Ngezi Platinum (Golden Valley), ZDF v Correctional (Harare Municipal Police), Rio Zim v Glow Petroleum (Rio Club), Mambas v Black Rhinos (Morris Depot), Ruwa Queens v Mutare City (New Council grounds), Ruwa Queens v Lusumbami Queens (New Council grounds), Flow Angels v Mutare City (Glenview 1 new hall),
Tomorrow: Rio Zim v Tenax (Rio Club), Beta v Lusumbami (Barclays Sports Club).