Machinjiri Sisters remain winless team in Rainbow Paints league

Struggling  Machinjiri Sisters continues to be the only remaining team which is yet to register a win and still anchors to the bottom of the log table in the 2019 Rainbow Paints Blantyre and Districts Netball League competition.

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After suffering for five losses in all their previous encounters the Machinjiri based side on Sunday were given another task in the week four fixture as they were dating Serenity Stars and the new comers Vicky Sisters in second match which looked to be a fair fixture on

But unfortunately Machinjiri Sisters failed to prove and utilise their skills as they were thrashed by the Lunzu based side with 31-39 baskets.

This followed their 31-65 loss in the hands of Serenity Stars.

Meanwhile, Vicky Sisters have now recorded a second win and have now four points after playing five games while Machinjiri Sisters  who are still searching for a win are on  the bottom of the standings  with zero point.

Vicky Sisters which is so far one of the fast improving side in the league said it is geared and looking forward to win more games.

“It is a fact that other teams treat us like underdog  and this comes in  based in the fact that we are   playing for the first time in the league and that we are the only team which is dominated by youthful players whose ages circle is between 15-19, but as we have been
saying, we are not scared of any team,” said Vicky Sisters captain Evelyn Kaziputa.

Here are the full results of the games:

Polytechnic  25-58 Chilomoni Sisters

Machinjiri Sisters 31-65 Serenity Stars

Polytechnic  33-34 Chileka Sisters

Machinjiri Sisters 31-39 Vicky Sisters


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