Malawi national netball team continues to stretch their muscles for the forthcoming 2019 Netball World Cup at Blantyre Youth Centre court in Blantyre.
The 2019 Netball World Cup will be held from July 12 to 21, 2019 at M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool, England.
Malawi Queens Coach, Griffin Saenda said preparations for the next two weeks are very critical as the team wants all players strong and fit to compete.
“I know how intense the back to back games are at competitions, if it is about pressure then it has to be exhorted now. We do not want to panic during the games,” Saenda said.
Malawian London based goal keeper, Lauren Ngwira who has joined the team in camp she said she is geared and believes that her international experience is vital for the Queens.
She urged her team mates to take the trainings serious for a better performance in England.
Ngwira said, “This training is an opportunity for our team to solidify what we will be as a group and develop our court strategy on how we will conquer our opponents.
“I have taken part in the top Netball Leagues at international level and I know how tough things can get but I am confident Malawi will make it to the top in as far as world netball is concerned.”
“All we need is unity and put our hearts to the game. We are a strong team,” she emphasized.
Among other players who have boosted the Malawi Queens Squad is Joyce Mvula who plays as a shooter for Manchester thunder in England.
International Netball Federation’s World Cup competition format for 2019 will see teams compete in three stages at the tournament.
Malawi Queens is Group B will face New Zealand on July 12, 2019 and later battle with Singapore on July 13, 2019 and Barbados on July 14,2019 to qualify for next round.