The details of the Netball World Cup trophy tour in Limpopo have been announced by the Department of Sport, Arts and Culture. The World Cup trophy is being taken on a countrywide tour ahead of the much-anticipated event, which will be held in Cape Town from July 28 until August 6.

The trophy is currently in the Mpumalanga province and will be handed over to Limpopo on Thursday, 8 June in the Maruleng Municipality, Mopani District. It will then tour all five districts starting with Mopani.

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On Friday, 9 June, the tour will start at Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality and then proceed to Greater Giyani Municipality Masingita Mall.

Netball World Cup trophy

On the 10th of June, the entourage will proceed to Vhembe District and Thulamela Municipal Chambers, respectively. They will then proceed to Azwifarwi Secondary.

On day three on the 11th of June, the trophy tour will take place in Molemole Municipality-Botlokwa Special School. It will be followed by Jack Botes Park in Polokwane then proceed to Lebowakgomo Mall in the Lepelle-Nkumpi Municipality.

The Sekhukhune District Trophy tour will start on the 12th of June 2023, at Fetakgomo Tubatse. Followed by Makhuduthamaga, proceed to Ephraim Mogale, Ndlovu Sports Centre then continue to Sekhukhune District Municipal Chamber.

Netball World Cup trophy tour in Limpopo details announced
Netball World Cup trophy tour Bus

TROPHY TOUR CONTINUES

The Limpopo tour will conclude in Waterberg District on the 13th of June. It will start with Mokopane Comprehensive School in Mogalakwena Municipality at then continuing to Bela- Bela Mall.

The 2023 event is the first Netball World Cup ever to be held on African Soil.
The 16 teams that will be making their way to South Africa are; Australia, Barbados, England, Fiji, Jamaica, Malawi, New Zealand, Scotland, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tonga, Trinidad & Tobago, Uganda, Wales, and Zimbabwe.