Netball prodigy Kanyolo (18) called up for Desert Jewels camp

By Michael Uugwanga

AFROCAT Lions Netball club shooter, 18-year-old Loide Kanyolo, has been one of the standout players in the just-ended MTC/Namibian Netball Premier League (NNPL), and it is no surprise that she is one of the few faces called up to the Desert Jewels national trials by coach Jule Meyer. Ironically, Kanyolo, a grade 11 pupil at A.

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Shipena Secondary School in Windhoek could find herself playing alongside her mother, Selma Bittler (aunty), for both Afrocat Lions and the Desert Jewels, with Bittler also amongst those called up for trails. What a story this will pen out, to see mother and daughter playing together for club and country. For some, her performance has seen her already compared to Desert Jewel’s shooter and captain Anna Kasper, who guided her Navy Netball Club to a second-place finish in the MTC/NNPL behind eventual winner Namibia Correctional Service, while at the same time, Kasper was also given the best shooter award. Afrocat Lions could only finish in sixth place on the log with 26 points, and they are the ones that ended then-defending champions Mighty Gunners’ quest of finishing second on the log, with a 44-36 win on the last day on 09 September. Afrocat Lions, despite their sixthplaced finish, are home to the best player in the league, Venyekerera Maharero, who plays in the goal defence and wing defence and was voted the overall best player of the season.

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