Allen Khumalo, Sports Reporter
THE Zimbabwe Water Polo Board of Control (ZWPBC) has named four girls’ teams that will represent the country at the Schools Water Polo South Africa (SWPSA) tournament to be staged in East London from December 13-17.
Each squad is made up of 15 players.
Danille Drage has been named coach of the Under-14 girls’ team, while Rob Hammond will coach the Under-15 girls’ side.
Brendon Brider and Sarah Shonfield have been named coaches for the Under-17 and Under-19 girls’ teams respectively.
The South African tournament is one of the largest schools’ water polo tournaments in the world, comprising approximately 110 teams ranging from Under-13 to Under-19 in both the boys’ and girls’ sections.
Leah Waterfall, Jordyn Le Roux, Kiara Goodinson, Carla Wood, Mufaro Bunhu, Erin Bent, Kirstin Johnson, Kelly Rossiter, Kelly Brooke, Kudzi Mandivenga, Shaye Bond, Emily Littlewood, Rumbi Zimuto, Jodi Trombas, Maita Shava
Coach: Danielle Drage
Naomi Meyer, Erin Lambourn, Sinead Higgins, Langa Melusi, Savanna Mason, Emma Broad, Makanaka Mawere, Amy-Louise Tennant, Ktia Peppard, Zara Hussein, Tanatsirwa Chitsurura, Rebecca Balfour, Shamiso Mukaratiwa, Carmen Mathieson, Erin Langridge
Coach: Rob Hammond
Chelsey Hunter, Donna-Lee van Oudtshoorn, Sydnie Hammond, Savannah Whittaker, Megan Beattie, Jorja Jones, Wandile Banda, Isabella Savo, Kianna Melvin, Cheyanne Marais, Samantha Hoal, Paige Cornish, Carla Goodinson, Danille Miller, Lizay Muller
Coach: Brendon Brider
Kayleigh Hunter, Charlie Brice, Montana Langridge, Kristen Hopper, Alexei Terblanche, Holly Coaton, Amanda Wood, Joanna Goss, Kim Balneaves, Caitlyn Staines, Kayla Rugg, Michaela Hoggarth, Rebecca Nash, Jenna Mathieson
Coach: Sarah Shonfield