London Pulse goalkeeper, Lauren Ngwira has urged Malawi national netball team players to develop individual training programmes ahead of 2019 Netball World Cup.
Ngwira, whose team is anchoring the Vitality Super League in the United Kingdom (UK), said modern netball demands that players develop personal programmes to stay fit.
“They should not wait for the season to kick off. They need to be training individually to stay in shape. This will help them when they are given a call-up,” Ngwira said.
Former Malawi national netball team captain, Emmie Waya Chongwe said that as Malawi looks forward to competing at the global tournament; it is good that Ngwira is gaining exposure by playing against top players.
“The top netball leagues across the world are in Australia, England and New Zealand.
“So it is without doubt that Ngwira’s experience in England will be vital to the Queens’ performance at the Netball World Cup,” Chongwe said.
Malawi will be hoping to impress at the competition after a recent slump in form at competitions such as the Commonwealth Games and the Fast5 Netball World Series.