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NETBALL : AFRICAN WOMEN’S NETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP KICKS START TOMORROW

Zimbabwe won the the previous Africa Netball Championship held in Harare.

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The Malawian contigent is in high spirits ahead of the Africa Netball Championship that starts tomorrow at the Lugogo arena

Saturday
Uganda v Botswana 4pm
Sunday
Malawi v Zimbabwe 2pm
Uganda v Namibia 4pm
Botswana v Zambia 6pm
June 26
Malawi v Uganda 2pm
Zimbabwe v Botswana 4pm
Namibia v Zambia 6pm
June 27
Zambia v Zimbabwe 2pm
Malawi v Namibia 4pm
June 28
Botswana v Namibia 2pm
Uganda v Zimbabwe 4pm
Zambia v Malawi 6pm
June 29
Namibia v Zimbabwe 2pm
Botswana v Malawi 4pm
Uganda v Zambia 6pm

Momentum is building towards the Africa Netball Championship that starts on Saturday at Lugogo.

Namibia and Zambia are already in the country.

The two teams jetted in at 3.10am aboard Ethiopian Airlines and are accommodated at Eureka Place Hotel in Ntinda.

Botswana and Zimbabwe are expected today for the six-nation competition, according to Uganda Netball Federation (UNF) General Secretary Annet Kisomose.

Malawi, who are ranked sixth in the world, were the first team to arrive and have since played two international friendly games against Uganda.

The She Cranes, ranked 13th, beat Malawi’s Queens 52-39 in the first match on Wednesday.

The Queens should however be strengthened by the arrival of their foreign-based star Joyce Mvula. The Manchester-based netballer
arrives today aboard Emirates Airlines at 9pm.

Mvula is expected to join her teammates at Eureka in Ntinda.

The She Cranes are based at Materwood Hotel in Namugongo.

Zimbabwe won the the previous Africa Netball Championship held in Harare.

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