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Gems get timely boost as they receive medical equipment

Story by Lawrence Trusida

ZIMBABWE senior netball team, the Gems, have received a shot in the arm ahead of their first match at the 2023 Netball World Cup in South Africa after receiving recovery and medical equipment.

The Gems are in their usual buoyant mood ahead of their World Cup opener against the world’s highest ranked team, Australia on Friday.

The equipment was donated by their all-weather friend Zororo-Phumulani, Funeral Services.

“We are very grateful as a team because their donation means a lot, many a times people forget these things to help with recovery and physio but Zororo has come in not for the first time they have been with us even in the qualifier to help us and we are very grateful,” said the Gems captain, Felisitus Kwangwa.

The funeral services company is determined to see Gems reach their potential.

“This is a small gift for you and we hope this can help you reach your full potential and after those injuries and knocks now you can have the sprays and everything to help we that but above all we wish you the best,” said Zororo-Phumulani regional manager, Mr Admire Murefu.

Zororo-Phumulani went on to pledge ZAR50 000 to the team if they beat Australia this Friday.

Zimbabwe is in pool A alongside Australia, Tonga and Fiji.

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