SHEPOLOPOLO should work hard and look up to the men’s Under 20’s performance as they head out to the 2017 COSAFA championship next month, says coach Albert Kachinga.
Kachinga said the Under 20 boys national team had set the pace which the Shepolopolo needed to follow.
“A precedence has been set by the Under 20 boys, who won the Africa Cup, and they qualified to the World Cup. So we have to make sure that we work hard because we are looking for nothing less than reaching the final,” said Kachinga.
“There are a number of things which we need to work on for the girls to go and play at a tournament which is tough.”
The team is preparing for the 2017 COSAFA Championship scheduled for Zimbabwe from September 13-24.