Seth's successful detour to softball

Seth (right) has seen her stoke rise PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Seth (right) has seen her stoke rise PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

Growing up in the streets of Selebi-Phikwe, all Onneetse Seth wanted to be was a top tennis player. As fate would have it, the road took a detour for the best and today she is a top softball pitcher.

Seth used to play lawn tennis at Phikwe Primary School. But her mother transferred her to Masedi Primary School at her home village of Tonota.

The move shattered the young girl’s dreams, as there were no tennis courts in the village. She shifted to netball until she completed her primary school.

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