Malawi Queens final squad named, Bridget Kumwenda left out

Malawi Queens  coach Mary Waya has finally named her final selection squad where a total 10 players out of 20 who were in the camp have made it.

Bridget Kumwenda in action: Dropped

The squad has few changes especially on the centre where for the first time Kukoma Diamonds most experienced and match-maker star Bridget Kumwenda has been left out.

Diamonds top shooter Alinafe Kamwala will have her second international trip with the Queens after being included in the squad replacing the Malawi’s Australian based shining star Mwai Kumwenda who
was sent back from the camp by Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) for reporting late in the camp.

After missing a number of national assignment for close to two-years Malawi Queens defence pillar Caroline ‘Ayuda’ Ntukule Ngwira is now back again in the team.

The Queens is expected to leave the country on October 22 2017 for Melbourne, Australia where it will take part in the Fast5 World Netball Series scheduled for October 28-29.

Here is the full squad.

DEFENDERS

Joanna Kachilika- Captain (Thunder Queens)

Caroline Ntukule Ngwira-Kukoma Diamonds

Loreen Ngwira-Tigresses

Martha Dambo-Thunder Queens

ATTACKERS

Thandie Galeta- Thunder Queens

Takondwa Lwazi-Blue Eagles Sisters

SHOOTERS

Jane Chimaliro- Vice Captain (Civonets)

Joyce Mvula-Manchester Thunder

Jessie Sanudi-Kukoma Diamonds

Alinafe Kamwala-Kukoma Diamonds

TECHNICAL PANEL

Mary Waya – Head Coach

Griffin Michael Saenda Jnr – Assistant Coach

Agness Chaima  – Team Manager

Gertrude Chilemba – Team Doctor

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Chigonapamuhanya
Chigonapamuhanya
3 years ago

Mwawi and Bridget both are kumwendas and both are skilled and both have been left out.
I suggest their sir names have brought this misfortune.
I will put my comments when you return.
Mwawi and Bridget take heart God will open door like never before

aubster kacheche
aubster kacheche
3 years ago

gameyi ndiyofunika kwambili mwalakwitsa kuwabwenza angakhale ali ndizolakwa zinthu zimatha ndikukambilana

Malawi Wanga
Malawi Wanga
3 years ago

Zintchito za Carol Bapu

Malawi Wanga
Malawi Wanga
3 years ago

Tizakumana Mukabwera ndithu. out of Top 5 munya muwona

nyenyezi
nyenyezi
3 years ago

Mukabwereko chabe kumeneko muona iwe Caro Bapu ndiunyapapi wakowo

A-Fayeed
A-Fayeed
3 years ago

sankho lalowanso

Kamtox
Kamtox
3 years ago

Hatred, regionalism and nepotism indeed at its best

OZITSATA
OZITSATA
3 years ago

KOMA APA MALAWI IKACHOKA MU FAST 5 NDIINTHU….

opportunist
opportunist
3 years ago

Hatred at its best

A Mfumu
A Mfumu
3 years ago
Reply to  opportunist

Let’s pray for our ambassadors.They are representing the only Malawi All of You and me have. Let’s leave administrators to do their job the best they know to do. Don’t talk divisive comments here and where ever. it’s a bad hobby.

Hlabezulu Ngonoonda
Hlabezulu Ngonoonda
3 years ago
Reply to  A Mfumu

A Mfumu, this is Malawi where divisive policies exist. Read any book on social psychology and go straight to a topic on discrimination, racism and or hatred. Later focus on why there is “us” and “them” in social set ups. Mwawi Kumwenda and Carol Bapu’s issue is on all four in so far as psychology of hatred is concerned. Their combination is a good example for discussion in relation to social psychology. It is very understandable from comments posted here with some mentioning popular words – hatred, regionalism, nepotism, jealousy, envy or favouritism. It is noticeable that some people look… Read more »

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