Botswana ready as softball qualifiers moved to January

Going up: There is optimism that the women's softball team will do well in the qualifiers
Going up: There is optimism that the women's softball team will do well in the qualifiers

The 2018 senior women’s World Softball Championships qualifiers that were scheduled to be played in South Africa last month have been postponed to January.

According to a letter sent to softball federations by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) vice chairperson-Africa, Mashilo Matsetela, the decision to postpone the games was reached during the executive committee’s discussions and is meant to give more countries enough time to prepare for the event.

“Again we would like the tournament to be sanctioned by the WBSC. Furthermore, WBSC office will handle the communication to the member countries,” reads part of the letter. Meanwhile, Zambia has pulled out of the qualifiers as it does not have a full women’s team.

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