KwaZulu-Natal community team is leading the charts in Morabaraba on the third day of the 2019 National Indigenous Games in Seshego, Limpopo.
Morabaraba president Johannes Weilbacht says competition has been tough on all the provinces especially in the school division.
KZN are in a battle with North West and Western Cape in the junior division with Weilbacht saying they have seen a lot of interest from schools to play the code.
Meanwhile, Gauteng community Girls Kho-Kho team are pleased to finish on the podium this year.
Coach Mmapaseka Makgobe’s team only lost two matches in 2019 but they still have to wait for results elsewhere to determine their exact position.
Makgobe noted some improvements in the playing equipment at the games this year, but has no faith in the officiating improving.
Elsewhere the host province Limpopo hung their heads in shame as they finished outside the top three for the first time in Kgati.
Coach Solly Seloka says they did not have a training camp but he did not expect a poor showing by his team. – Report by Lethabo Kganyago
— Rakgadi’a bana (@ngwanamogoto) September 25, 2019