Malawi Junior Queens gets K10mil  Airtel money for Africa games

The Malawi under 21 national netball team has left for Botswana ahead of the Africa qualifying  games after receiving a boost from Airtel Malawi.

Airtel Money Country Director Francis Matseketsa presents a dummy cheque to Netball Association of Malawi.

Airtel Money Country Director Francis Matseketsa presents a dummy cheque to Netball Association of Malawi.

Junior Queens off to Botswana...Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Junior Queens off to Botswana…Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Malawi Junior Queens Under-21 captain  Mervis Kayange-.Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Malawi Junior Queens Under-21 captain Mervis Kayange-.Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Malawi Junior Queens in a relaxed mood -Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Malawi Junior Queens in a relaxed mood -Photo Jeromy Kadewere

The participation of the Junior Queens at the tournament was hanging in limbo due to unavailability of funds. However, the cloud of uncertainities disappeared  as the mobile money entity donated MK10 million to the Junior Queens.

The Junior Queens left through Chileka international airport  in Blantyre.

In an interview with Nyasa Times before departure, Coach Mary Waya  said she has assembled a winning team for the qualifying games in Botswana.

“We are in good shape for the Africa qualifying games. We have been in camp for two weeks and the girls have easily adapted  to our expectations and hope they will deliver,” said the former Queens international.

Captain  Mervis Kayange said Malawians should expect good results from Botswana.

“We are travelling like a team and that’s a key factor on our side. We have done a lot of ground work with Coach Mary Waya and what we need ow is to implement what we have been doing,” said Kayange.

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