Tigresses used a dominant opening half to beat Serenity Stars 61-33 in the Rainbow Paints Southern Region Netball League on Sunday at Blantyre Youth Centre.
Tigresses technical department headed by Peace Kaluwa fielded a strong squad in the starting line up in the likes of Sindi Simutowe, Beatrice Mpinganjira and Lauren Ngwira.
Cathy Ikwanga started as the Winger Defender, while Ellen Chibokho played as a goal attacker.
A dominant Tigresses led through the match opening two quarters as started slow. A 19-10 first quarter and 16-12 second quarter put Tigresses in a 13 goals deficit at halftime.
Serenity played catch up in the second half but all was in vain as the gap was too big.
At the end of the third quarter, Tigresses had extended the lead, with a 14 goal’s difference reflected in their shooting prowess of 91% with Goal Shooter, Sindi Simutowe inflicting most of the damage.
The final quarter saw Tigresses best performance in the match, scoring more baskets to finish with 61 baskets.
Meanwhile, on Sunday Kukoma Diamonds saw off resilient Shizaella Queens when they beat them 55 baskets to 21 at Blantyre Youth Centre.
Diamonds were a marvel to watch with some sharp shooting from Jessica Sanudi which saw the her team claiming more baskets.
Rainbow Paints Blantyre and Districts Netball League Results:
Prison Sisters 94 Young Professionals 18
Prison Sisters 69 Chilomoni. Sisters 29
Chilomoni Sisters 68 Young Professionals 15
Kukoma Diamonds 55 Shizaella Queens 21
Serenity Stars. 33 Tigresses 61Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :