The Lilongwe based basketball Club, Brave Hearts lost 61-56 to Munali Sons on Saturday and to Rapid Bulls 67-42 the following day but still have come home with confidence.
Despite the loss, the Brave Hearts Griffin Kalua said that their club has learnt a lot from those matches, and their team was not such bad.
“This sport in Zambia is advanced and more organized. They have good infrastructure and they are serious about developing the game. We have learnt more from them.
We will use what we have learnt to improve the way we play so that we can win the local league and other tournaments this season,” he said.
Basketball Association of Zambia vice-president Konrad Musonda in an interview commended the Hearts that they showed great promise.
“For the team which is developing to perform the way they did against established teams here, shows that there is great potential in them and Malawi basketball revival is on course,” he said.