Laureen Ngwira joins London Pulse: Malawi netball export to England Super League

Malawi Queens and Tigresses towering all-rounder Laureen Ngwira has joined  England Netball Super League team London Pulse after parting ways with the now-defunct  Newcastle outfit Team Northumbria.

Lauren Ngwira: Malawi netball export to England

Pulse are the first central London-based franchise to feature in the Netball Super League and they’ll be managed by former England international Natalie Seaton in their debut campaign.

They replace Team Northumbria who will no longer be part of the 10-team competition, and their home games will be played at the Copper Box Arena.

Ngwira has already been listed in the squad  for the first assigned when the league throws off their with  an encounter against Severn Stars next Saturday, January 5 2019.

During her spell with Northumbria, Ngwira won a number of player-of-the-match accolades before being nominated for the player-of-the-season award in the English top netball league.

Ngwira will be joined in Pulse  by  the  player  who featured for with her in Northumbria last term,  England youngster Chiara Semple.

Jamaican international Shantal Slater- formerly of Team Bath and Sirens, is another big-name addition for Pulse, along with Manchester Thunder duo Bea Skingsley and Taylor Cullen, former Surrey Storm and Mavericks shooter Ashleigh Neal, and ex-England international Chioma Matthews.

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Kabwafu
Kabwafu
2 years ago

Bola ntchafu tiziziona pa netball, asakhala agalu awa amazinamina kuti ziphazuwawa. Miss Malawi za nsete basi

Banda
2 years ago

Malawi has abundant talent girls see it and men don’t see anything but just sexy

Zambatuka
Zambatuka
2 years ago
Reply to  Banda

Zampirazo tikuziwa kale kuti amatha. Timangokambako zina zomwe Chauta anawadalitsa nazo. Bumbu

Timve
Timve
2 years ago

Mahopu anga Lauren! Kodi ndiwakwatibwa nsungwanayu?

Tariq
Tariq
2 years ago

We should be investing in netball. This is the only sport we know how to play well but Paja ku malawi we would rather rot with flames than support women. Story of a nation.

Francis Kasayila
Francis Kasayila
2 years ago

Oh My Goodness!!! Can you ZOOM that picture please?

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