Written by THE CITIZEN
The Malawi Queens opened their preparations for the Commonwealth Games with a shock 53-51 defeat to England A in front of a packed crowd at GL1 in Gloucester.
Ranked fifth in world, Africa's best netball team came close to an inspired comeback on Saturday but fell desperately short against a makeshift England outfit full of potential.
The host team included a mix of future starlets as well as several players who missed out on selection for the senior squad going to Glasgow later this month.
Written by Eltaszone.com
Malawi’s netball legend Mary Waya will hold a coaching course in Addis Abba, Ethiopia on Saturday with the support of International Federation of Netball Association.
Waya is expected to leave on Friday in the afternoon to hold the coaching clinic in which 100 participants are expected to be drilled.
Written by MARAPOST CORRESPONDENT
A well-oiled New Zealand stepped up a gear to overpower Malawi 48-18 in their opening match on day two of the FAST5 Netball World Series in Auckland on Saturday.
The result kept the defending champions unbeaten after three matches with two more to play in the round robin phase. Both teams made conservative starts before Maria Tutaia delivered her signature statement with two successful shots from the three-point zone to get the FAST5 Ferns in the groove.