Kutlwano women’s team will be in a revenge mood when they face Mafolofolo in Lobatse on Sunday.
Mafolofolo finished the first round of the Mascom Volleyball League with a 3-0 win over Kutlwano.
Sparks are expected to fly during the match of the weekend, with Mafolofolo aware that Kutlwano would be out for revenge.
Kutlwano lead the log with 26 points after 10 games, with eight wins and two losses. Unbeaten Mafolofolo is in second spot with 24 points and they have two games in hand. Mafolofolo captain, Kelebogile Mahupela said the plan is to continue where they left off in the first round.
“We are going to maintain our normal game and fight for the best results. We would accept any outcome of the match,” she said. Mahupela said they treat Kutlwano like any other team, emphasising that the critical part is preparation.
Kutlwano’s Dopp Popo said they learnt a tough lesson from Mafolofolo during the first round match. He said they do not want to repeat the same mistake.
Meanwhile, the volleyball transfer window closed on Tuesday with 33 players switching sides. Mag Stimela was the most active with five signings followed by Kutlwano with four and Mofolofolo with three. Thabang Ramochele dumped Kutlwano for Police VI.
Kutlwano took back Tiroyaone Otimile from Police and Given Chalinda joined from Desert Kings. Nlebesi Bino Mpapho from Diphatsa has made a move to Mag Stimela.
League debutants, Yaros Olympic have lost Mildred Botsang who moved to Kalavango. In turn, Yaros went all out to clear Selebi-Phikwe club, taking four players, Poloko Namane, Gosata Ontiretse, Thulaganyo Kedisele and Desiree Kenaope. Phikwe also lost Dimakatso Wamakala to Mafolofolo. Yaros also completed the signing of Odirile Sibanda from Mafolofolo.