Malawi Queens to face Trinidad and Tobago friendly in Australia

Malawi national netball team boosted by the arrival of super star Mwawi Kumwenda into camp will face Trinidad and Tobago in a friendly game before the start of Netball World Cup scheduled for 7-16 August in Australia.

Malawi Queens

Malawi Queens

Queens coach Peace Chawinga Kalua confirmed the development with Nyasa Times, saying it would help the team to polish rough edges of the diamond.

Chawinga Kalua defended the choice of Trinidad and Tobago saying that the game wouldf equally help the players work on their weaknesses.

“Malawi is going to play against Trinidad and Tobago before the World Netball Cup because this is the only team which was available,” Chawinga-Kalua said.

“We are looking forward to the game because it will give us a good test since we have not had any friendly game.”

Kalua said she was impressed with the performance of Mwawi Kumwenda since joining the team after a standoff with Netball Association of Malawi over outstanding allowances.

Meanwhile the games would be covered live on GOtv including all the games involving Malawi. Multochoice Malawi has urged people to pay subscription or buy decoders.

“Malawi National Netball Team ( The Queens ) all games at Netball World Cup will be covered live on GOtv (7-16 August) this also includes all other games. Pay your subscription and buy GOtv decoder today so that you should be part of history in the making.”

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Cant wait to have you here. We will cheer you all the way through. #teamlovingflamesnetball#

Gawera wa Gawera

Charter, I support you. She was fighting for the good of team mates. She is back and I know that she will help put Malawi where it belongs. Kudos Mwai


Mwawi did not have issues with NAM over unpaid allowances per se. She was fighting for her team mates. Motivation for players is everything in sports!

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