The wheels have been set in motion for the successful staging of the Cosafa Women Championships, with the Local Organising Committee (LOC) getting into full swing ahead of the 8 nation tournament.It is a race against time and the Cosafa working team has engaged high gear towards achieving an incident free tournament.
While praising Zimbabwe for bailing out the situation, a confident Cosafa chief operations officer, Sue Destombes believes Zimbabwe has the capacity to put up another successful tournament despite the short notice.
For key personnel such as referees, the action has already started.
The 13 referees from the Southern Africa zone are currently undergoing a refresher course to horn their skills ahead of the tournament.
With teams expected to start jetting in this Wednesday morning, hosts Zimbabwe will have the pressure of staging a hassle free event.
For the Mighty Warriors, their worry will be on how to proceed from their group which has Lesotho, Mozambique and Malawi.
The Mighty Warriorsâ€™ biggest rivals, South Africaâ€™s Banyana Banyana are in Group B along with Botswana, Zambia and Tanzania.