Malawi Queens are real heroines, sponsors Airtel Malawi says

Airtel Malawi says it is exclusively excited because the Queens have attained a world record in registering over 100 nets in one game and by being undefeated in all the games of the group statges.

Malawi Queens posing for Nyasa Times. before departure...Photo Jeromy Kadewere.
Malawi Queens posing for Nyasa Times. before departure…Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

In a statement, Airtel expressed optimism that the Queens stand a chance to attain new heights by breaking into the top for world netball rankings.

“The Queens have demonstrated that they went there for a purpose. They are determined, focused and surely their greatness is being anchored on the world scene. This also calls for a celebration of Airtel’s partnership with the Malawi National Netball team. We are proud sponsors of the Queens and they have demonstrated that they are a true source of national greatness and described the Queens as REAL heroes,” reads the statement.

Airtel has since underlined its commitment to grow its partnership with the Queens whom they currently have a historical MK360 million sponsorship.

“From the leading brand, to the stylish, classic and impressive netball team in the world, let us inspire each other collectively to retain our winning formula,” Airtel declares.

Meanwhile, the official sponsor of the Queens has urged the team not to relax in their upcoming encounters.

“Do not relax, keep going and do not settle for anything lesser that total greatness. It is high time our country stopped looking at netball as a petty sport. Netball is big and right now, it is undoubtedly the most successful sport in Malawi,” concludes the statement.

The Queens have qualified to the next round of the World Cup after coming out tops of their group following their victorious performance over South Africa, Sri Lanka and Singapore.

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pompus
pompus
5 years ago

yaa girls we are proud of you, keep de fire burning azungu asatipusitse sadya nkhwani wa msinjjiro

hugo k
hugo k
5 years ago

keep the fire burning girls we’re proud of u

muloleni f
muloleni f
5 years ago

Go girls go tili mbuyo mwanu all the way

bwana nkubwa
bwana nkubwa
5 years ago

azimaiwa sure akutichotsa manyazi and they are putting Malawi on map. athamangitseni azungu sadya nkhwani otendera…………..gooooo queens,gooooooooo queens…….

Gladson malinga
Gladson malinga
5 years ago

We are proud of Queens,proud of sponsors. True sons&daughters of malawi

Tengupenya
Tengupenya
5 years ago

Thank you airtel

Tengupenya
Tengupenya
5 years ago

The next round is one of great stamina. The queens need it plenty to stay tops. They are already a top team in the world at number 6. They have been ranked higher before at number 5. Will they move up the ranks? They would have to beat at least two among England, Jamaica, New Zealand and Australia. Right now they may only regain number 5 depending on the final relative performance by South Africa. The format of the competition is not straight knockout , except for the top four after the second round robin games. They do need to… Read more »

Nyirenda
Nyirenda
5 years ago

Pafupifupi ma player onse ndi akumpoto. Koma ubwino wake ndiwakuti ndi maqueens and ndi amalawi, which means all of us we are proud with them as a nation. Pitilizani kutimwetsa wamkaka maqueens!!!!!. We r behind u!!!!!!!!

Richard Mtseka
Richard Mtseka
5 years ago

Go Queens Go we Are Proud of You!

Lexxxie
5 years ago

Ndalama inaperekedwa kwa mulli ija bola akanapatsa atsikanawa ndithu to travel around the world having fun

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