Tebogo Sejewe Botswana's Women's Volleyball team captain (www.kick442.com images)

The captain of the female Volleyball team of Botswana Tebogo Sejewe has told kick442.com that the team will perform better in the upcoming all Africa games competition in Morocco.

Speaking to the online portal at the Gym Hall of 6th October in Cairo Sejewe in her 4th African Volleyball championship sounded positive despite her country’s delay in imposing their mark in the competition.

“I think it is obvious we came here to learn and we have a lot to go home and correct.

Tebogo Sejewe talking plans to kick442.com (www.kick442.com images)

I think we would go home and correct our errors and be stronger in the All Africa games in Morocco”  Tebogo told the online portal

Botswana have been knocked out of a very difficult group B in the ongoing Africa Women’s Volleyball Championship after defeats to 5 times champions Kenya, holders Cameroon and to Algeria.

31 year old Sejewe now captain of her team is considered a mentor in the Sports back at home having featured in all 4 African Volleyball championship her country has participated in.

Angu Lesley in Cairo.