Manchester Thunder duo of Joyce Mvula and Lauren Ngwira has welcomed their inclusion into the Vitality Netball Superleague All Stars squad facing the Vitality Roses in a three-part Vitality Netball Legends Series.
The Malawi Queens pair believe their reputation will be enhanced by taking part in the Legends Series.
Mvula, who is in her fifth season with Thunder, said she was set to showcase her skills during the series.
“I am proud of myself for making it into All Stars and I am looking forward for this,” said the former Blue Eagles Sisters shooter.
Her compatriot, Ngwira, said it was good for their career to be included in the squad.
“I am excited to be part of it,” said the former First Choice Tigresses all-rounder.
The series threw-off Wednesday and will end on January 24.
According to www.englandnetball.co.uk, Thunder Head Coach Karen Greig is leading a team of 13 players of the All Stars squad.
“The series will be played behind closed doors in line with government guidance relating to elite sport, with strict Covid-19 testing and protocols in place, with player and staff safety paramount,” states the website.
“The Vitality Netball Superleague All Stars squad sees an incredible selection of talent from across the Vitality Netball Superleague clubs, with Severn Stars’ Liana Leota named as captain and both Loughborough Lightning’s Sam May and Saracens Mavericks’ Jo Trip supporting her as vice captains.