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Female Handball Team Jet Out To Cameroon  For Nations Cup

 

After a 25 years absence, the female National Handball Team return to the Nations Cup  breeming with confidence.
16 players coach and few officials departed the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport,  Abuja on Friday, 4 June, 2021 for Yaounde,  Cameroon to take part in the Women Handball Nations Cup.
The team played their last training match on Tuesday, 1 June, 2021 where they were out classed 46-28 by an Abuja-based Men’s National Division 1 Side, Arise Stars.
Coach Rafiu  Salami  in naming  his final squad  dropped two players, Alawaye Ramat and  Onyinye Ilo.
The final list of 16 players and HFN Officials had their 2nd Covid-19 tests on Wednesday.
The Confederation of African Handball during a Virtual meeting  confirmed that only Nigeria and  DR Congo complied with its requirement of undergoing  the first test 7 days before departure to Cameroun.
Nigeria’s opening Group B match is on  Sunday, June 6 against DR Congo.
Thereafter they will play Cameroun, before facing Kenya, a team Nigeria defeated at the last Africa Games.

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