Netball Namibia Selects Squad for Under 21 World Cup Qualifiers

Netball Namibia held intense trials in the capital to determine the squad that will represent the nation at the Under 21 World Cup qualifiers in Pretoria, South Africa, next month. The selection process culminated in the naming of a squad comprising 15 players who will undergo intensive training ahead of the competition.
The Netball World Youth Cup serves as the ultimate platform for emerging netball players under the age of 21, offering them the opportunity to showcase their skills on the global stage. With the upcoming qualifiers serving as a gateway to this tournament.

The World Netball announced in August 2021 that Gibraltar Netball had been awarded the rights to host the Netball World Youth Cup 2025. The tournament is scheduled to take place across two main venues in Gibraltar – The Tercentenary Sports Hall and Europa Sports Park, both renowned for their world-class facilities.

The 15-woman squad selected to represent Netball Namibia is as follows:

Cheree Brits

Godlove Victor

Loide Kanyolo

Athiella Mbaha

Uapandera Muundjua

Marne du Toit

Aila Andreas

Elizabeth Besser

Hope Kazondovi

Rosa Gowases

Grace Matyayi

Muhimise Jaepa

Tjikarerera Uamburu

Usuta Muvangua

Desdamona Tjirera

Megan von Lieres

The coaching staff tasked with guiding and nurturing this talented squad comprises:

Jones Musambani (Head Coach)

Vijanda Kamberipa (Assistant Coach)

David Tutaleni (Assistant Coach)

Rudolf Namaseb (Strength and Conditioning Coach)

With their sights set on the Under 21 World Cup qualifiers, the selected players and coaching staff are poised to embark on a rigorous training regime over the next fortnight, honing their skills and strategies in preparation for the challenges that lie ahead.

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