9 November 2018
FLOW Angels Queens player-coach, Irene Mugabe said they want an experienced coach to help them improve in their performances.
She said this following the just ended Rainbow Amateur Netball League season.
The team made its debut appearance and finished on position eight.
In an interview with H-Metro, Mugabe, who replaced coach Joshua Mare after the latter had a misunderstanding with the team said their performance was fair but they could have done better.
“It was very hard being a player and a coach at the same time. We only need a new coach who is experienced.
“I faced a lot of challenges but with the help of my boss Mr Loveday Magaya and my manager Ndaizivei Chikwana I managed to pull through the season.
“Considering that my team was in Division One last year. We did well,” she said.
Mugabe added that most of her players were not experienced and it was their first time to play in an elite league.
The Glenview 1 based coach reckons some of the greatest moment for her and the team.
“I enjoyed the travelling this year, playing as far as Hwange was good for the team.
“The player of the match award was a morale booster and I also learnt a lot when I get the opportunity of being a coach though it was challenging.”