Mafolofolo, Kalavango clash again

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Mafolofolo and Kalavango women take their unfinished business to Otse tomorrow to finish where they left off last weekend as the Mascom volleyball league nears the halfway mark. The match between the two top teams was called off because of darkness. After a not so convincing fight Mafolofolo came back to level scores before the game was abandoned.

At the time of stoppage Mafolofolo were leading the deciding set and it remains to be seen if they will maintain their lead at the top while second placed Kalavango will be looking forward to toppling them (Mafolofolo).Kalavango only have one option - winning the game to make it to the summit. Should they win they will take their tally to 19 points while losing will also give Mafolofolo 19 points. The coaches of the two teams have said that the abortion of the game came as a blessing in disguise because it has given them a chance to prepare better. Mafolofolo caretaker coach Rongeree Kongwavi remains positive ahead of the clash despite his side struggling in the initial encounter.

Though acknowledging that Kalavango are no pushovers he is adamant that they will leave Otse with three points.  Kongwavi added that his team made many mistakes in the aborted match but that they have worked on them the whole week. He said his players could have taken the game lightly because Kalavango had lost their previous game against Diphatsa.Kalavango's Batsho Mbangwa also said his side is out for a battle. She said her side's main problem was in block and coverage. 

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