Queens’ coach happy with preps

Malawi National Netball coach Sam Kanyemba is happy with the preparations ahead of Fast5 World Netball Series scheduled for Hisense Arena, Melbourne, in Australia from October 28 to 29. Kanyemba told the local media that it was pleasing that the tournament in Australia is coming just a month after the GOtv

Malawi Queens squad released ahead of Fast5 netball series

Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) has released 20 Malawi Queens players ahead of Fast5 world netball series scheduled for Hisense Arena in Melbourne Australia between October 28 and 29. The team is headed by Blue Eagles Sisters coach Sam Kanyenda who is in for  Griffin Saenda who is currently sick. Former Queens

NAM hails Saenda

Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) has saluted Malawi Queens Coach, Griffin Saenda, for the success of the team at the 2016 Fast5 netball world series tournament. Saenda's ladies finished third ahead of world netball giants, England and Jamaica.In total there were six teams at the tournament. Speaking upon the team's arrival from

Queens beat Jamaica, lose two

Malawi national netball team have managed to win one out of the three games on the first day at 2016 Fast5 netball world series tournament which is underway in Australia. The Queens who earlier on lost to Australia and England have managed to beat world netball giants, Jamaica, in their last

Painful Start for Malawi Queens

Malawi national netball team have started this year's Fast5 netball world series tournament with a painful loss in an opening match against Australia. The Queens lost with only a single basket in a match played at Hisense Arena in Melbourne, Australia on Saturday morning. The first quarter of the match ended in

Malawi Queens Gear Up for Fast5 tournament

Malawi national netball team technical panel has expressed its satisfaction in a ten member squad that is in Australia for this year's Fast5 Netball World Series tournament. Deputy Coach for the home girls,  Sam Kanyenda, says this time around they are aiming at beating New Zealand which they have been failing