Malawi Queens coach off to China for training

Malawi national netball team coach Griffin Saenda has left on Tuesday for training in China courtesy of Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) innovation awards. Saenda, who was bestowed with the overall winner award besides emerging winner in Sports Category, said it would help broaden his knowledge.

Saenda: Off to China

“I am happy that I am leaving for China for training because I will be able to interact with people to share ideas,” Saenda said.

He commended MBC for making it possible that he would go to China as part of winning the overall winner.

“I would like to thank MBC for offering me this opportunity to go to China because I am sure I am going to learn alot which would benefit the development of netball in the country,”he said.

“I would like also to commend Malawi National Council of Sports for releasing and supporting me to go.”

The netball tactician left a mark after leading the netbal team to a third position at World tournament.

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chapathako
5 years ago

‘kuenda ndikuphunzira’ msiyeni munthuyi akachite interact ndi anzake for the betterment of our queens team and and pride of our country.Bon voyage Saenda!

C Banda
C Banda
5 years ago

The article completely fails to tell us what training will be given to the netball coach. Are me to assume that it is nothing to do with netball itself, but rather with management in sport?

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n
5 years ago

The Chinese netball coach should came to Malawi to learn how they can manage their team not Malawian coach going to China

Mpandamantha
Mpandamantha
5 years ago

Why sending the netball coach to China? It would make sense if he was heading towards New zealand or Australia where netball is competitive.

Najere Chitekwe
Najere Chitekwe
5 years ago
Reply to  Mpandamantha

Sightseeing and shopping

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