Loreen Ngwira out of Manchester Thunder, heads back to Malawi

England-based Malawi netball star Loreen Ngwira has withdrawn her services  at the  English Vitality Netball Super League champions Manchester Thunder and is set to return home.

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Manchester Thunder said on its website that the towering Malawian goal defender has been ruled out of the 2021 season on “medical grounds.”

It said: “The Malawi Queen will return home to be with her family.”

Director of Netball at Manchester Thunder, Karen Greig commented: “Of course we are disappointed to lose Loreen at such a crucial time as the season is about to start, we wish her well and a safe trip home.”

“However, we need to act fast now and will endeavour to find a replacement to continue our quest to retain the Vitality Netball Super League title.”

It was speculated that the player was suspected to be pregnant hence the medical grounds assertions.

But Ngwira dismissed that, saying she has made a decision to “take a break” from netball.

The 27-year-old joined Manchester Thunder after a short stint with London Pulse  and Copper Box Arena and Newcastle based Team Northumbria .

Manchester Thunder has another Malawian star, Joyce Mvula.

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FreeTechAdvice
FreeTechAdvice
9 months ago

In quest for indefinite stay visa

BigMan
BigMan
9 months ago

A nation is judged by how it respects and treats its women. Look at the comments aimed towards this Netball Star.

Last edited 9 months ago by BigMan
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guest
9 months ago
Reply to  BigMan

thats inferiority complex comrade….nothing wrong with the comments

Aigupto akusekelela
Aigupto akusekelela
9 months ago

Azungu amuziwa gondolosi, ativuta

Avinco
Avinco
9 months ago

Kukonda ma ‘plain’ kudziko layeni. Bolabe mubereka nkaladi

Ulemu Banda
Ulemu Banda
9 months ago

Oh no. I hope she recovers quickly and gets back to the game she loves.

guest
guest
9 months ago
Reply to  Ulemu Banda

mimbayo

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
9 months ago

Izi nde zitinso? Mwati Manchester thunder?

Jah
Jah
9 months ago

Anzanu asewera kaye tennis kupanga money kenako ana. Kuteleku tiona mzungu wabadwa apa

guest
guest
9 months ago

mimba, amupasa mimba basi, chifukwa cha tchipisi, pamozi ndi saladi ndi kanyenya

Busuman Banda
9 months ago

nkhani yayikulu munthuyu wavulala osati ali ndi mimba ayi

James
James
9 months ago
Reply to  Busuman Banda

A club doesn’t send you home because of an injury. They look after you and follow your rehabilitation. The fact that they have said she will miss the season due to medical reasons, she is definately pregnant.

Kanyimbi
Kanyimbi
9 months ago

Tayambani mwapanga ndalama kaye, mimbazi muzatengabe mtsogolo muno.

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