As the battle of points continues, in the OG Issa Southern Region Netball League, Bingu Tigresses reclaimed their second spot after demolishing Statistics Queens and Liwonde Medicals.
In their first game on Saturday, Tigresses demolished Statistics Queens 123-4 baskets before pruning Liwonde Medicals 145-14.
Both victories resulted in Tigresses overtaking MTL Queens on the second place. Tigresses have now 30 points having played 11 games while the Queens, who were on bye last weekend, are on third with 27 points from 11 games as well.
On fourth place are two teams, Young Girls and Woget Stars. Both sides have accumulated 18 points from the same number of games played (10).
Escom Sisters still top the log table after a 122-14 victory on Saturday against Statistics Queens.
The Griffin Saenda ladies have now accumulated 33 points from 11 games played.
In Saturday’s encounter, Escom fielded their first seven in the first to third quarter with Australian based Mwayi ‘Professors’ Kumwenda and Sarudzai Gondwe leading the baskets.
“We need to score more goals because as the way it is, goals will matter if teams will tie. We will intensify in scoring many baskets,” said Saenda.
Bingu Tigresses coach –player Peace Chawinga-Kalua said: “As much as we win games, there is a need to score as many baskets as we can because the competition is stiff now.”