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Malawi Queens fought a Gallant fight in their loss to Jamaica 62 -63

Queens Mwai KumwendaJamaica has held off a gallant Malawi, winning 63-62 to seal a place in the Netball World Cup semi-finals in Sydney, Denying the Malawi Queens the same opportunity.

The Malawi Queens brought the same drive and determination that saw them nearly topple New Zealand two days ago, the Queens surging from behind to within a goal's margin of Jamaica during the third quarter on Friday and maintaining the pressure throughout the final term.

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President Mutharika sends well Wishes to the High Flying Malawi Queens

Malawi QueensMy Fellow Malawians,

 

Join the First Lady and me in congratulating our Queens who are impressively flying our national flag at the ongoing 2015 Netball World Cup.

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Malawi Queens lose to Silver Ferns but still have chance to advance

Malawi QueensThe tournament's fifth-ranked team, Malawi Queens got to within two goals of the Ferns in the final quarter but New Zealand held on 57-49. 

Jodi Brown was given the starting bib at goal attack, while Shannon Francois was named at wing attack, the only real changes to the side. 

The Silver Ferns went on a six-goal scoring spree to open the game but Malawi regrouped after a tactical time out and climbed to within three at the end of the first quarter.

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Airtel Promises Mk100, 000 to Malawi Queens Players for a Win against Jamaica

Malawi QueensMake or break but yes we can! So says Airtel Malawi as it has engaged to boost morale by putting a MK100, 000 stake for each player of the Malawi National Netball Team, the Queens, if they win against Jamaica in a decider encounter tomorrow.

Breaking the news in Lilongwe, Airtel Malawi's Public Relations and Corporate Communications Manager Edith Tsilizani said as an official sponsor, Airtel is thrilled and feels duty bound to propel the Queens to their maximum potential hence the company.

Malawi Queens beat Uganda Cranes in a closely fought Match

Malawi QueensThe Malawi Queens in a drive to the semi-finals of the Netball World Cup 2015 defeated the Uganda lady Cranes 59-53 on Tuesday. This was a second loss in two days for the lady Cranes.

Tuesday marked the start of a four-day qualification round (second phase), which will determine the teams that make it to the semi-finals.

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