Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) has announced that Malawi’s first ever netball export Mwai Kumwenda will bounce back into the Queens squad following the amendments that have been made between the player and the association.
Kumwenda and NAM broke ranks following the players’ decision to snub a national team netball call up ahead of the Queens England tour towards the end of last year.
The player opted to go to South Africa to undergo a medical operation which according to Nyasa Times findings, the trip never took place but rather the player conducted netball clinics in the northern region of Malawi.
She was later summoned by NAM but vehemently refused to appear before NAM committee. Speaking in an interview on Tuesday, NAM General Secretary Carol Bapu said the association has sent a warning letter to the player never to repeat such habits.
“As of now, the matter has been settled,” said Bapu.
“It is the first time for the player to commit an offence hence serving her with the warning. She is our child and let me assure you that she will be seen playing in the next coming Queens games” she said.
Reports indicated that the player deliberately dodged the call up demanding that the association pay the players they outstanding dues.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :