Airtel Malawi has engaged a big morale gear by putting at stake MK100, 000 for each player of the Malawi Queens, if they win against Jamaica in a decider encounter on Friday at the World Netball tournament in Sydney.
Malawi Queens can still qualify for the semi-finals of the global netball showcase if they can beat Jamaica’s Sunshine Girls.
Airtel Malawi’s Public Relations and Corporate Communications Manager Edith Tsilizani said as an official sponsor, the company is thrilled and feels duty bound to propel the Queens to their maximum potential.
“This is a must win game and the brand Airtel is dedicated and committed to seeing the Queens excel and shine in their World Cup game,” she said.
According to Tsilizani, the Queens have put up an excellent performance so far and they have all it takes to upset Jamaica.
“The Queens have proved to the world that their prowess in netball circles is destined for greatness. From the games played, we are double sure that the girls went there with a mission to win.
“As an official sponsor, we are impressed and quite motivated to do more for the sake of glorifying the beauty of the success of the Queens,” she said, adding that inspiring them this way stands to encourage them give out their best and crown the pride of Malawi.
Meanwhile, Airtel has called on Malawians to offer the much needed support to the Queens, describing them as heroines.
This comes barely a few days after the company gave K7 million to the Queens as a send off package on their departure to the World Cup.
Airtel Malawi sponsors the Malawi Queens courtesy of a historical MK360 million sponsorship package that was hatched in 2013.
The Queens will have to give out something extra if they are to cause an upset against Sunshine Girls, a side they have never beaten before.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :