volleyball 14-09-10.jpgThe Zimbabwe Beach Volleyball team which will represent the nation at the continental cup qualifiers in Mozambique next week says, all is in place to represent the country with distinction and qualify for the tournament set for Cape Town later this year.

 

The Continental Beach Volleyball Cup is a country versus country Olympic qualifying event for continents over a two year period broken down into sub-zone, zone and continental finals.

 

Zimbabwe’s beach volleyball team is in sub-group 10 of the Continental Cup qualifiers and will battle for a ticket to the tournament against Mozambique and Swaziland.

 

The women’s team of Nomatter Mbiza, Nyasha Gwenzi, Yeukai Mukurumbira and Vuyiswa Dhlomo say since they’re carrying the expectations of the country they’ll fight to the bitter end to make their presence felt at the qualifiers.

 

Mbiza and Gwenzi are optimistic of the teams chances to emerge triumphant.

 

The men’s team comprises player coach, Robert Njerere, Brighton Ngunzi, Nyashadzashe Takawira and Elliot Mpariwa. Takawira reckons they’re prepared for the impending challenge.

 

The Zimbabwe Beach volleyball team only needs to finish second to qualify for the Beach Volleyball Continental Cup set for Cape Town, South Africa in August.

 

The Continental Beach Volleyball Cup provides an outstanding opportunity for all nations in Africa to participate in the Olympic Games qualifying process.

 

The continental Cup is the first Beach Volleyball competition which covers the entire African continent and is expected to revolutionise the sport to a large extent.