England instructors in Malawi for netball course

Two England instructors and a Namibian are in Malawi to conduct a week-long coaching and umpiring course which starts Tuesday.

Bapu: Basic course

Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) general secretary Carol Bapu identified instructors as Heather Gleadall, Amy Ruffell Razzell and Namibian Joan Smit.

Bapu said the three will conduct ““basic course” which will include beginners and veterans.

“These are highly qualified trainers and the course will help improve the skills of our coaches and umpires,” Bapu said.

According to Bapu, the association is funding the course which is expected to draw 25 participants across the country.

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aNGRY MALAWIAN
aNGRY MALAWIAN
3 years ago

WHAT THE HELL??? WE ARE THE BEST IN NETBALL AND ENGALND WANTS TO CLAIM THEY TAUGHT US?? NONSENSE…WE NEED MALAWIANS TO CONDUCT THIS TRAINING…AND NAMIBIA….HWAT HAS NAMIBIA HAVE TO TEACH MALAWI ON NETBALL???

Zero Tollerance
Zero Tollerance
3 years ago
Reply to  aNGRY MALAWIAN

They are not here to teach netball players or already qualified Coaches but to assist in uplifting the coaching skills to up-growing coaches and how to umpire.if you have closely watched our netball and knows the rules of netball ,I think Malawian far most the umpires needs this training,

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