Lilongwe to host GoTv netball finals – Multichoice Malawi

The sponsors of the ongoing prestigious GoTv netball championship, Multichoice Malawi,  have officially announced that the 2013 GoTv national finals will be staged at Don Bosco college in Lilongwe.

The announcement was made on Sunday after a series of entertaining and mouthwatering games played over the weekend in the capital city.

A representative from Multichoice Malawi sales and Marketing team Macronnex Kaulembe said his company is impressed with the patronage of the games in the capital city comparing to Blantyre where the tournaments launching ceremony took place.

“The way Lilongwe fans patronised the games on Saturday and Sunday left us with no choice but to declare that the finals will be played in Lilongwe” said Kaulembe.

GOtv Official Frank Mchenga holds the Cup.....Photo Jeromy Kadewere
GOtv Official Frank Mchenga holds the Cup…..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

“We believe with this kind gesture, we will have a  successful and colourful finals to the satisfaction of everybody,” he added.

According to Kaulembe, there will also be a number of activities lined up during the finals.

“Apart from the final games, we will also have musical performances,”  said Kaulembe.

Meanwhile, the tournament has been put on hold to pave way for the preparations of African Netball Championship to be hosted by Malawi between 24th and 29th June, 2013.

About eight countries are expected to battle it out in the African Championship and the games will be played at Blantyre Youth Centre.

Below are results of GoTv games played over the weekend:

Civo Nets 42-MTL Queens 39
Bingu Tigresses 34-MTL Queens 34
Blue Eagles 41-Escom Sisters 36
Bingu Tigresses 30-Escom 44
Civo Nets 34-Blue Eagles 41

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