Malawi star Mwawi clean sweep in New Zealand season awards

Mwawi Kumwenda has scooped three prestigious individual awards at her New Zealand team Tactix, at the team’s annual gala dinner awards held this week.

Mwai Kumwenda has been a bright spot in an otherwise lacklustre Tactix campaign in 2015..-Photo by SCOTT HAMMOND/FAIRFAX NZ
Mwai Kumwenda has been a bright spot in an otherwise lacklustre Tactix campaign in 2015..-Photo by SCOTT HAMMOND/FAIRFAX NZ

The 25-year-old has been rewarded for a fine for a fine performance as the 2015 Mainland Tactix Player of the Year, the Players’ Player of the Year and the Members Player of the Year on Wednesday.

The Malawian towering shooter said she was “very excited” with the recognition and paid tribute to her teammates for her being “ a shining star.”

Mainland Netball CEO Brigit Hearn described the Kumwenda as “ world-class athlete” and said they they are looking forward to having her back in 2016.

“Mwai has demonstrated over the past two seasons what an asset she is to the Tactix team and we are delighted to have secured her for another season,” she said.

“She is a key part of the Tactix family and it’s been a priority for us to re-sign Mwai as we continue to build a core group of players to take our game to the next level.”

Kumwenda finished the 2015 season with a 91 per cent average over 13 matches, second only to Northern Mystics shooter and Silver Fern Cathrine Latu.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Sharing is caring!

Follow us in Twitter
17 Comments
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Samarakunjuta
Samarakunjuta
6 years ago

Rutilizgani msebezo uweme mwanawakwithu ise tikugomezga nkhongono zithu paviweme vyose ivo tilinavo.Balekeni babhenge ise vithu vikwenda.Congratulations sweet!!!

"WIN WON SOON"
"WIN WON SOON"
6 years ago

Congratulations 2 u Mwai and all your enemies of progress are ashamed and my advice is KEEP ON WORKING HARD.

Akoma Nadza
Akoma Nadza
6 years ago

Mwawi, congratulations. Keep flying the Malawi flag for all the 16million Malawians. We are proud of you

constance mapemba
constance mapemba
6 years ago

Am nt into netball but congrats anyways. ….

Mzala
Mzala
6 years ago

Nyakumwenda,we are proud of you ‘Babie Girl’.Wawonetsa Kuti Atumbuka ndi Dilu.This is the perfect way of silencing critics. Grace Chiumia tell George Jana to shake up the so called Nam leaders who are busy mismanaging the Queens.They have dragged the name of the game into disrepute that the once mighty Queens side has been reduced to a smouldering wreckage due to officials negligence, blatant maladminstration and corruption.Chiumia and Jana wake up! The ball is in your Court.You failure to resolve the Queens plight will be seen as you are doing so because most of the those suffering none is from… Read more »

opportunist
opportunist
6 years ago

Congrats sister .We love u despite others not seeing any significance of recalling u to queens but swindling funds only .

Helo
Helo
6 years ago

CONGLANTS I WILL ALWAYS ADMIRE YOU MWAI

Smoko boy
6 years ago

The gem that is Mwawi.

VIYAZI TEMBO
VIYAZI TEMBO
6 years ago

PLEASE MWAI, TRY TO FIGHT FOR YOUR NATIONAL TEAMMATES HERE SO THAT THEY SECURE CAREERS IN EUROPE THAN WASTING TIME WITH THESE NAM GREEDY FEMALE STREET COCKROACHES.

Myao
Myao
6 years ago

NAMS STANDOFF WITH MWAWI KUMWENDA – 1STVERSION Mwawi imported 2 x 40′ assorted netball materials to donate to various places of her choice. Being a donation this qualified for duty free, however Nam as a parent body was supposed to facilitate this in a way of righting to the government certifying the intended purpose. Nam imposed on her a condition that it should therefore be the one to disperse the materials if it was to issue the aforesaid letter. Mwawi refused, understandably so because she had her targets (one would be tempted top think that the Chinundas, Bapu’s would have… Read more »

Read previous post:
There is more Malawi govt could do on the city chief

The decision to put to an end the practicing of urban chieftainships has triggered some debate on whether the government...

Close