VOLLEYBALL star Nyengeterai Guyo is popular for her buoyancy on the court.
In fact, she simply wears the confidence like it was a badge of honour.
Yet the court is a place of solace for the National Beach Volleyball star, and a space where she can creep out of her shell for a moment and vent out her emotions.
Guyo, who also turns out for Harare City, lost her set of twin boys earlier in February, barely 20 days after giving birth.
And the Power Hitter, who is yet to recover from the traumatic loss, has to vent it out on the volleyball court.
“As you left for heaven, a part of me went with you,” she wrote on her Facebook page.
“We all plan for a good life but little did I know that misfortunes do happen unexpectedly.
“I never knew that a heart can literally be ripped apart till I kissed my twin boys’ goodbye.
“Day by day my thoughts are still intertwined in the thoughts of losing my angels, it is a searing pain that invades my heart and caves out a piece that can never be retained.
“Day by day the lady that reflects from my mirror is becoming better…my motivation, hope, pillar of strength and comfort.”
It does not come by surprise that Guyo finds solace on the Volleyball Court.
Her romance with the sport code dates back in the day.
Guyo is a Zimbabwe Republic Police Sports Administrator.
She met her husband, Tawanda Pamire, at a volleyball tournament in 2008 when they were both still in school.
Pamire later rose to be a volleyball coach of repute and is currently attached to Wolves Volleyball Club in Malawi.
The couple were blessed with four children, including the late twins.
Recently, she walked away as the Best Server at the Zimbabwe Premier League 2023 despite her side failing to make it to a podium finish.