Itireleng Strides coach, Ally Pole (from left), national under-18 player, Karabo Mogoshi, and national under-18 and under-20 coach, Thabo Baloyi, ahead of the tournament in Zambia. Photo: Lizzy Bapela.
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Sensational handball player Karabo Mogoshi aims to reach for the stars when he represents South Africa during the International Handball Federation tournament starting on Saturday 21 April to Sunday 29 April in Zambia.
Mogoshi left for camp in Johannesburg in the company of fellow Limpopo resident, Thabo Mojalefa Baloyi, who is on the technical team of South Africa’s under-18 squad.
Baloyi hails from Modimolle, while Mogoshi is from Rooiberg.
Mogoshi forms part of the South African under-18 handball squad, playing the position of left winger.
The Rooiberg sensation plays for Itireleleng Striders at club level.
Mogoshi has been playing for Rooiberg Itireleng Striders since early 2015.
During his international escapades Mogoshi was part of the national under-18 squad which played in Mautitius, Thohoyandou, Bela-Bela and Mpumalanga.
He has also played against Argentina, Paraguay, Togo, Thailand, Spain, New Zealand and Venda.
2 years ago 19 April 2018