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Towera Vinkhumbo-Nyirenda in predicament.

Malawi’s multi-talented athlete Towera Vinkhumbo-Nyirenda is in dilemma following her divided duty to the netball Queens and national women’s football team. Towera is a first-choice defender for both teams, which have crucial assignments next month. T

Tigresses secure K10 million sponsorship with Lilongwe Dairy.

Blantyre-based netball team Tigresses has secured a profitable K10 million sponsorship deal from one of the top food and beverages company, Lilongwe Diary Limited. The team will now be called ‘First Choice Tigresses. The partnership which is expected to

Malawi Queens in day five of camping.

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, Eng

Griffin Saenda replaces the Queens vice-captain.

Malawi national netball team Coach, Griffin Saenda, has named Grace Mwafulirwa- Mhango, as the Queens Vice-Captain, replacing shooter Jane Chimaliro as they are camping for forthcoming World Cup. Mwafulirwa-Mhango will deputize Joanna Kachilika. “We fel

Rainbow Paints pumps in K10.5m in 2019 netball league.

Rainbow Paints Limited has contributed K 10.5 million for the 2019 Blantyre and Districts Netball League (BDNL) an increase from the 2018 which was at K6.7 million as a way to improve netball in the country. Rainbow Paints Marketing Manager, Jangale Chios

Joyce Mvula owns two club awards.

Malawi national netball team shooter, Joyce Mvula who is based in England has lifted two awards at her English club, Manchester Thunder to finish off unforgettable season. The development finishes amazing season for the shooter after she was also voted

Joyce Mvula to endure knee scan.

Manchester Thunder in-form shooter, Joyce Mvula, is expected to undergo a knee scanning. Mvula limped off towards the end of the grand finale on Saturday. Thunder Coach, Karen Greig said that they would take care of Mvula before she heads back to Malawi f

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