Mwawi offered new contract Tactix: Malawi shooter ‘delighted’

Malawi international Mwawi Kumwenda has extended her playing contract with the Mainland Tactix, signing on for her third ANZ Championship campaign in 2016.

Mwai gets contract extension

Mwai gets contract extension

Kumwenda joins Silver Ferns triallist Gemma Hazeldine and talented young players Nicola Mackle and Olivia Coughlan as the first four players to ink their signatures on the Tactix roster for next season.

“I am delighted that my contract has been extended,” said the Malawian netball export.

Mainland Netball CEO Brigit Hearn says it’s exciting to have secured the services of Kumwenda, Hazeldine, Mackle and Coughlan as the 2016 Tactix squad starts to take shape.

“Mwawi has demonstrated over the past two seasons what an asset she is to the Tactix team and we are delighted to have secured her for another season,” she said.

“She is a key part of the Tactix family and it’s been a priority for us to re-sign Mwai as we continue to build a core group of players to take our game to the next level.”

“We are equally thrilled that our talented youngsters are recommitting to the Tactix as we continue to implement the structures that Sue (coach Sue Hawkins) has put in place in 2015.”

The 25 year old Kumwenda has been a shining light at the Tactix, named ANZ Championship Best New Talent in 2014 and consistently in the top three for shooting accuracy in the league.

Her 2015 season was a highlight, Kumwenda finishing with a 91 per cent average over 13 matches, second to SKYCITY Mystics shooter Cathrine Latu.

Hazeldine will play her second season for the Tactix after making a significant contribution to the Tactix this year in the shooting circle.

The versatile 22 year old played ten matches in the regular rounds, giving Hawkins a valuable option in the attacking end.

The Malawian became the first ever professional netball player for the country after landing a deal with an Australian team Peninsula Waves from Diamonds.

 

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myao
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Mwawi, namesake wakoyu ndamene azakwatire, ndati kukwatira osati kukwata. Komadi I agree nkhope zina zachimuna ku NAM manyazi bwa? Mlongosi Mwawi, wana wachikaladi yaye, tili ndi ma mechanic okwanila ku malawi nanjinanji ndi ma collegewa. Ochewa omati nzungu ndi nyau,I agree.

Mary Mtengera
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Congrats!!

Hoitty
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A team ya Newzealand kukondela mtumbuka kkkkk ndi wakwanu eti

wakwa Santhe
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Koma mtundu wa chitumbuka ndi wodalitsidwa abale.umakhala patsogolo ngakhale awupondeleze bwanji.i need to cross breed with one tumbuka woman mwina nkutulutsa ka genius.

ujeni
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Tumbukas God blessed them, the devil using human beings try all they can to put spanners in their way but they fail because what God blesses no one can reverse.

mwenecho wasima
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Congrats Mwabi.You are putting Malawi flag on the Global Map.Keep it up!!!!!

Reality wisegel
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All the best our Shining Netball Star,,,Winawe ku NAM manyazi bwa?

Sibusiso Mugemezulu
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People from north will always shine.

opportunist
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Congrats Sister .U have really put our country on map

Mwawi
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Mwai kodi zokwatiwa muli nazo path? Anzanu akupakanga zonsetu kuno. Kukwatiwa, kubereka wana uku akumenya mu national netball team

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