A Sunningdale based sports academy, Tripple C Sports Club under 15 netball and volley ball have qualified to represent Harare Metropolitan province at the National Youth Festival to be held in Gweru from the 8th to the 12th of December 2017.
In an interview with 263Chat, Collins Mushore the General Secretary of the club was delighted to have qualified to represent Harare metropolitan province and is looking forward to win all games.
“As Tripple C sports club, we are expecting to win all games at the festival as we want to lead our teams to the most fertile plains of the world where they will find honor,glory and wealth through sport.
“The journey was not easy for us as a new club but we managed to make it through our children’s efforts and the support of Truworths company Mr Madzingira Sunningdale councilor ,Sunningdale 2 medical centre and also the executive members of the club as well as the coaches.
“We are very excited to go and represent Harare province under 15 in Midlands and we are praying that we will make it with the support of the Ministry of Sport,Arts and Culture,” said Mushore.
In an interview with some of the players, they expressed preparedness to take on other teams at the tournament and put Harare on the map.
“We are very ready to go and represent our province in Midlands,the journey was not easy for us to organize our selves to were we are today and we are saying forward forever with Tripple C,” said Sarah Mabhanga an under 15 handball player.
“I am so excited to go and represent our province in midlands and as you know we are from the capital so there is no reason why we should fear to be beaten by anyone,” said Marshall Murinye a volley ball player.
“We are not even afraid and we wish to go and represent Zimbabwe in other countries so what l can say for now is that we are going to make it no matter what,” said Yolanda Chibasa netball player.
Formed in May 2017 by Collins Mushore, Tripple C stands for Community Coaching Centre. The club was formed to give youths from Sunningdale an opportunity to develop their talents in the process shunning use of drugs and other wayward behaviors.