Tigresses eye more goals


Free-scoring First Choice Tigresses Coach Peace Chawinga-Kaluwa has said her side will not relent but score more goals to boost its chances of winning the Rainbow Paints Blantyre and Districts Netball League championship.

Chawinga-Kaluwa made the remarks after Tigresses crashed Polytechnic 96-23 at Blantyre Youth Centre on Saturday to maintain their lead.

“This is netball where goals are part of the game. However, we don’t want to put pressure on ourselves. We are taking each game as it comes,” she said.


Chawinga-Kaluwa was confident that her charges would stick to the game plan which they devised to accomplish their mission.

“In this league there are no underdogs. We are all superior; the results which are coming from all teams can bear witness. Underrating a team can be a very huge mistake which we don’t want to commit,” she said.

Currently, Tigresses have scored 408 goals and let in 122 whereas second-placed Imosys, formerly known as Thunder Queens, have scored 304 and conceded 144.


Champions Kukoma Diamonds have scored 295 and conceded 147.

During other games played on Saturday, Diamonds defeated Gerald Tasaukadala Sisters 84-16 whereas Chilomoni Sisters beat Chileka Sisters 61-23.

Prison Queens beat Shalom Sisters 59-18 while Imosys edged out Shizaella Queens 45-41.

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