Malawi Queens star Mwawi lands Nissan sponsorship

Australia-based Malawi Queens star Mwawi Kumwenda has secured a sponsorship from Nissan motor vehicle franchise dealers Berwick Nissan.

Berwick Nissan unveils Mwawi
Mwawi delighted to be sponsored by Nissan
Malawi Queens star Mwawi Kumwenda stars in Australian  club Melbourne Vixens 

The towering shooter who plays in Australian club Melbourne Vixens, was unveiled on Tuesday by the authorised Nissan car-dealers.

“So happy to be able to partner with  Berwick Nissan,” Mwai wrote on her Instagram page.

Nissan Berwick said in a statement that they had been swayed by Mwawi’s exploits both at club level  and international level.

“We are proud sponsors of Mwawi,” reads a statement from Nissan Berwick seen by Nyasa Times.

“The star of the Malawi national netball team’s international career spans over 70 tests, including the 2018 Commonwealth Games, 2015 World Cup, in which she was named player of the tournament and a third place in the 2016 Fast5 World Series,” reads the statement in part.

It added: “She was the star in Malawi’s sensational win over New Zealand at the recent Comminwealth Games. Scoring 598 goals at 93 percent for 2017, be sure to keep an eye on Mwawi on Court in 2018.”

‘The development comes after the  lofty shooter notched 34 baskets at 100 percent shooting accuracy at Margaret Court Arena on Sunday to inspire Melbourne Vixens survive a strong challenge from NSW Swift and earn a second consecutive victory in the Super Netball season.

Kumwenda’s inspirational performance follows another excellent display in Vixens’ first game of the season last week when she scored 41 goals out of 42 attempts to emerge Nissan Player-of-the-Match as her side narrowly beat Collingwood Magpies 59-58.

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Gonapamuhanya The Third Speaks Out
Gonapamuhanya The Third Speaks Out
4 years ago

Komaditu asisi mwakula ndikale paja mukwatire

Gonapamuhanya The Third Speaks Out
Gonapamuhanya The Third Speaks Out
4 years ago

Ndekuti amupasaso galimotoyo?

David
David
4 years ago

congrats Mwai! Ma haters mukuti bwa? Kkkkkk wawa ku NAM!

khodo
4 years ago

well done mwai

opportunist
opportunist
4 years ago

Congratulations sister

Mmora Muroma
Mmora Muroma
4 years ago

This is what Malawi needs not politics all the time. Hard working pays. Nepotism, tribalism and regionalism are evil.
Whoever practice them kill oneself.

Holly
Holly
4 years ago

good

Aaron
Aaron
4 years ago

Something is missing in this story. What does it mean for Nissan to sponsor Mwawi?

BWETU
4 years ago
Reply to  Aaron

I have read more than twice. something is not clear as what benefits are associated with being sponsored by NISSAN

Steve Mbewe
Steve Mbewe
4 years ago
Reply to  BWETU

i guess nza confidential

HIGH COMMISSIONER NOT FOR BABIES
HIGH COMMISSIONER NOT FOR BABIES
4 years ago

Hard work pays. Congratulations girl,zabwino zikungokutsata!!

jennings
jennings
4 years ago

One more thing remaining is to get a good husband for life

Steve Mbewe
Steve Mbewe
4 years ago
Reply to  jennings

did she tell you that she ‘need’ a husband??

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