Lack of confidence hurting Police VI men

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FRANCISTOWN: Police VI men's volleyball club head coach, Thatayaone Ngwanaotsile believes a lack of confidence within his ranks is resulting in side's failure to prove their mettle against the league's formidable sides.

This was Ngwanaotsile's assessment following his outfit's 1-3 defeat with the Diphatsa men's Volleyball Club on Saturday morning at the BDF Area S courts in Francistown during the ongoing Mascom Men's Volleyball League 2013. Prior to the ongoing league, Police VI introduced some more revered volleyball players into the club in a move aimed at transforming the side into championship winning side.

Lee Tsipana and Topo Mogopo, former BDF VI players, joined Police early this year together with Oteng Hendrick from Kalavango. As if that was not enough, Police VI also signed outside attacker in Tshepo Iketeng from Mafolofolo.According to Ngwanaotsile, all this was done to beef up the club and be counted among the best volleyball sides in the country. In fact, Ngwanaotsile said the club's intention is to claim the championships this season.But his main worry is that the beefed up Police VI side is king like failing to match the likes of BDF VI and Diphatsa. Police VI managed to collect a point from the first round encounter against BDF VI after later won the match 3-2.

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