Written by Eltaszone.com
Donnas Women’s Football Cup will now be played in all Malawi’s three regions after it was raised to K8 million.
Donnas Eggs Account Division Manager Herbert Mangadzuwa said the company was obliged to give back to women’s football because women have been supporting their products.
“We are very happy that we are now sponsoring the trophy at K8 million as we had promised last time,” Mangadzuwa said.
Written by Team Ford @Dakar
ROSARIO, ARGENTINA, 4 January 2014 – Team Ford Racing’s Dakar Rally adventure is finally under way after an estimated 1-million people packed the centre of the Argentine city of Rosario this evening to watch a spectacular and colourful riverside start ceremony.
Fans lined the roads many deep alongside the Paraná River to cheer the 439 competing vehicles on their way at the start of the gruelling 14-day, 9 300 km trek through Argentina and Chile.
Among them for the first time were the two Ford Ranger cars of Lucio Alvarez / Ronnie Graue and Chris Visser / Japie Badenhorst.
Written by TIWONGE NDAU
Lilongwe(Mana)--The National Netball Team (Malawi Queens) Saturday frustrated Zambia Netball Team when it beat them 45-23 in a friendly match during Malawi’s 49th Independence Celebrations at Civo Service Stadium in Lilongwe.
Written by MANENO CHIMULALA
MZUZU(MaraPost)--Gerald Mphungu was on cloud nine on Sunday after beating chess stars in the country to win this year’s Presidential Initiative on Sports (PIS) Chess tournament which was held at Baptist Theological Seminary in Lilongwe.
Mphungu who went home with K50, 000 after beating 11 contestants including the highly rated chess player in the country Joseph Nyambalo.
Mphungu is ranked among the best top three chess players in the country.
However, the tournament's defending champion Joseph Mwale did not participate as he is currently in school in South Africa.
speaking to journalist after the tournament, Mphungu described the tournament as one of the toughest he has ever participated in.
“The tournament was tough especially considering that other participants equally prepared for this year’s tournament,” Mphungu said.
Chipanga, Fiskani Mwagomba, Joseph Nyambalo and Ronald Chimkute went home with K 30, 000, K 20, 000, K 15, 000 and K 10, 000 respectively for coming second, third, fourth and fifth, respectively.
In his remarks, Chess Association of Malawi (CHESSAM) President, Kezzie Msukwa, expressed satisfaction with the quality of chess displayed in the tournament.
“I’m impressed with the high level of maturity in the chess that has been demonstrated in this tournament.
“The rotation of winners and the emergence of new names like Ronald Chimkute is an indication that chess is becoming competitive and heading towards the right direction,” Msukwa explained.
The PIS chess tournament was introduced in 2010 along with other sports disciplines, as a way of developing sports in the country. The tournament is held annually.
Written by CHADUWA DHUMAKUDE
MZUZU (MaraPost) — The Malawi netball team gave South Africa netball team a run for their money after the latter came from behind to beat the hosts of the Africa Netball Championship by 54 baskets to 52 in an electrifying encounter played before a lively crowd at Malawi’s netball cathedral Blantyre Youth Centre.