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The team had intense training sessions under the watchful eye of head coaches Ian Snook and assistant Murry Roulston over the weekend at the Barclays Sports Club. Team manager Wangila Simiyu said they were working on fitness and conditioning, game strategy and tactics. “The players are confident and relishing the challenge. We have few days to tweak and work on our preparations before naming the team for the first international match against Uganda,” said Simiyu. Vice captain Darwin Mukidza said competition for places is high. “We are up to the task. Our preparations have gone well and the squad has been selected. The coaches want us to be fit since we want to play a fast-paced game,” said Mukidza. He observed that the players selected know what is at stake starting with the Elgon Cup in 10 days. “Its a big year for us.
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Hours earlier, in an address to the South Korean parliament, Trump gave a preview of what he will ask Beijing to do regarding North Korea. “You cannot support, you cannot supply, you cannot accept,” he said, urging China and Russia to fully implement UN sanctions, downgrade diplomatic relations and sever all trade and technology ties. Donald Trump addressed the National Assembly in South Korea, a key US ally in the struggle with the nuclear-armed North © AFP / Laurence CHU , John SAEKI , Gal ROMA A senior White House official said China is doing “much more than it’s ever done in the past” but it could try harder to curb trade at the border with North Korea. “There are still some financial links that exist that should not under those (UN) resolutions… We’re going to work closely with the Chinese to identify that activity and end it,” the official said. Trump will also decide at the end of his Asian tour next Monday whether to re-designate North Korea as a “state-sponsor of terrorism”, the White House said. In his speech, Trump painted a dark picture of North Korea as “a country ruled as a cult”. “At the centre of this military cult is a deranged belief in the leader’s destiny to rule as parent protector over a conquered Korean peninsula and an enslaved Korean people.” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders had told reporters that Trump was headed for the DMZ © AFP South Korean lawmakers applauded as the US president, whose tour of Asia has been dominated by the nuclear-armed North, vowed not to be intimidated and warned Pyongyang it should not test American resolve. The North carried out its sixth, and most powerful, nuclear test in September, and has fired dozens of missiles in recent months. Two have overflown Japan — which Trump visited at the start of his Asian tour — and Pyongyang says it can mount a nuclear warhead on a rocket to bring the US mainland within range.
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