Rainbow paints semi-finals set complete: Tigress faces MTL Queens, Diamonds Vs Glass Bank

The 2013 Rainbow Paints Top Six Series Tournament semi-finals set was completed on Sunday with the big match to involve Tigresses and MTL Queens while Diamonds have what looks like a walk over against Glass Bank.

Both the semi-finals and finals will be played on Saturday at the netball cathedral Blantyre Youth Centre.

In Sunday’s matches, Diamonds proved that they are a force to reckon in Malawi’s netball circles when they pruned much improved MTL Queens 28-21 baskets in a fierce battle.

In their first game. MTL Queens beat Woget 33-20 baskets.

Tadala for Woget put up a gallant fight…..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

Southern Region Netball League general secretary Annie Hanjahanja said the semi-finals will be conducted on Saturday in the morning with the finals slated in the afternoon.

Commenting on the Top six series so far, she said they were satisfied with the proceedings of the tournament.

“l am urging people to come in their large numbers on Saturday at BYC to witness excting games in the Rainbow Paints,” she concludes.

The Rainbow Paints  Top Six Series Netball 2013 edition was launched in August  as the company’s Sales Marketing  Manager Bruno Sailas announced the raising of the sponsorship money from K1 million to K2 million.

The winning team will go home with K250, 000.00 with the loosing finalist collecting K120, 000.00.

The team which will occupy third slot will receive K100, 000.00 with the fourth going home with K70,000.

MTL Queens coaches during the match…..Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Woget in action against MTL Queens….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Some of the spectators showing their support….Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Pilirani Msukwa trying to encourage her colleagues to work hard….Photo Jeromy Kadewere.

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