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CHANCO, here we come!

News   Hazviperi Mbizi   August 20, 2019
PIC: The Polytechnic Volleyball team
The Polytechnic Staff Sports Association will on 31st August, participate in the University of Malawi Staff Sports Association InterVarsity games to be held at the Chancellor College (CHANCO) in Zomba

Teams taking part are, Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources (LUANAR) Malawi University of Science and Technology (MUST), Polytechnic, Kamuzu College of Nursing (KCN) Zomba Police College, College of Medicine (CoM), Domasi College of Education and the hosts, CHANCO.

Football, Netball, Volleyball, Darts, Pool, Athletics, Bawo and Chess are the games, which are going to be played.

According to the Polytechnic Netball Captain Alice Matewere, the team is training hard so that this time around they should come home with a medal.

“We are training intensively, even the coach is making us work extra hard so that we should be fit for the tournament,” she said.

The Poly Volleyball Captain Noel Chavula expressed his disappointment over the turn out of players for training while the Poly Football team Captain, Nsimenye Mwafongo,is calling for players to register on time.

The Poly Darts team won a gold medal while the pool team won Silver during the last tournament, which took place at the Malawi Armed Forces College (MAFCO) in Salima earlier this year.

These games are in readiness for the Southern Africa University Staff Sports Association Inter Varsity games to take place in December in Zimbabwe.

The event will start with an opening ceremony to be held on the 30th August, at the CHANCO Great Hall, which includes traditional dances.

Medals will be given to the winning team on the evening of 31st August at the same venue.


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