Saenda names Malawi Queens squad: Sindi, Mpinganjira recalled

The Malawi Queens  legendary coach Griffin ‘Zagaro’ Sayenda has released a 22 member national team squad where he has also included experienced and skillful Tigresses sniper Sindi  ‘Snipper’ Simtowe who has been missing the call up for two-years due to injury.

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The team is expected to start their preparations on March 5 ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games scheduled for Australia in April.

The squad which has been dominated by the 2017 Rainbow Paints Southern Region champions Kukoma Diamonds players will begin with a non-residential camping.

According to Netball Association of Malawi (NAM), after two weeks the team will go into a full time training camp where the technical panel led by Sayenda and his assistant White Mulilima will produce the final squad.

The Commonwealth Games are expected to be played from April 4—15 2018 in Gold Coast Australia.

Malawi is in Pool B where it has been paired with New Zealand, England, Wales, Scotland and Uganda.

In Pool A the host  Australia has been paired with Jamaica, South Africa, Fiji, Barbados and Northen Ireland.

Here is the full Malawi Queens squad:


Caro Mtukule—Kukoma Diamonds

Joana Kachilika—Thunder Queens

Laureen Ngwira— Northumbria (England)

Towera Vinkhumbo Nyirenda—Kukoma Diamonds

Fanny Mwale— Mafco

Juliet Sambo— Blue Eagles

Martha Dambo— Thunder Queens

Grace mwafuliwa —Tigresses


Beatrice Mpinganjira—Tigresses

Bridget Kumwenda Chalera—Kukoma Diamonds

Rose Nkanda—Civonets

Thandie Galeta—Thunder Queens

Takondwa Lwazi—Blue Eagles Sisters

Shira Dimba— Kukoma Diamonds


Mwai Kumwenda— Melbourne Vixens (Australia)

Joyce Mvula— Manchester Thunder(England)

Alinafe Kamwala—Kukoma Diamonds

Sindi Simtowe—Tigresses

Jane Chimaliro—Civonets

Jesca Mazengera—Kukoma Diamonds

Grace Adebayo— Kukoma Diamonds

Mary Banya—Blue Eagles Sisters

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Concerned citizen
4 years ago

Honorable Sayenda is a born leader.

We can all learn from him. Patriotic, unlike some who are plundering.

Listen and Love
4 years ago

When shall the government start building the state of art Peter or Gertrude national netball stadium? May be a foundation stone ceremony is in the offing. Promises must be fulfilled before 21 May, 2019 and time is running out quickly.

Listen and Love
4 years ago

All the Best MaQueens. Prepare hard so that you can beat the best of the best. You have all the potential to become World Netball Champions.

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ananveruwa akumalowa
4 years ago

Koma Saenda umaitha ndiwe dolo unalikuti nthawi yonse tinkangoluza ija nanga MARY WAYA Kulephera kuwakocha asikana anzake jealousy basi koma naga apa pokha apa sindi simutowe mwayi kaloline ndi enawo mama ine tikukachinyamula chikho basi osachoseraso ayi full stop.

4 years ago

We are proud of you more fire ma Queens

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