Prison Sisters has finished their Southern Region Rainbow Paints League first round assignment in a style after teaching Poly Queens some netball lessons by beating the team with 62-19 baskets in a match which was played on Sunday at Cobbe Barracks netball court in Zomba.
Both teams started the match at a low pace in the first quarter which ended 13-3 in favour of Prison Sisters as they were sizing each other.
The Zomba based side came hard in the second quarter and managed to lead it with 28-10 baskets.
Poly Queens did not give up as they kept on fighting in the third quarter but Prison Sisters goal attacker Tinase Bande who was in her top form continued punishing the students as she was just scoring baskets for funny and made the quarter to end 42-12 baskets.
Winger attacker Doreen Mikundi, defender Maria Banda and shooter Juliana Saka who were both playing for the first time for Prison Sisters side were marvel to watch in all the quarters and no wonder they managed to help their team to win 62-19 baskets in the last quarter.
The win has helped Prison Sisters to wind up the 2017 first round with 19 points from 9 games and has now moved from position 5 to 4.
Poly Queens which has been lacking experience despite having talented players which include defender Israellah Chirwa and centre Eddah Mkombezi remains winless in the league after playing 8 games and have just managed to make one draw.
Poly’s final first round match is on Saturday December 7 against Tigresses at BYC and the match is expected to kickoff at 08:00AM.
The other final game for the first round will be played this week Friday between Thunder Queens and Tigresses at 16:00PM on the same venue.