Malawi national netball team
|Association||Netball Association of Malawi|
|Head coach||Whyte Mlilima (caretaker)|
|Asst coach||Griffin Saenda Jr|
|Best result||5th (2007)|
|Best result||5th (2010), (2014)|
Malawi have played in five World Netball Championships, famously finishing fifth in 2007. The Queens are coached by Whyte Mlilima, who was appointed as caretaker head coach after former coach Griffin Saenda had to withdraw from the team with medical problems. As of January 2018, the team are sixth in the INF World Rankings.
In 2012 they competed in the Fast5 tournament in Auckland, where they have had several historic results including wins over Australia and England, and finished in 5th place, just narrowly missing out on the finals. This followed a draw against Australia in the 2010 Edition. Airtel Malawi is a significant financial donor of the Malawi Queens, having sponsored their trip to Auckland for the Fast5 World Series in 2014 to a sum of K6 M. The current Netball Association of Malawi (NAM) president is Carol Bapu.
2018 Commonwealth Games team
|Malawi national netball team|
Notable past players
|Netball World Cup|
|1995||9th World Championships||Birmingham, England||8th|
|1999||10th World Championships||Christchurch, New Zealand||DNQ|
|2003||11th World Championships||Kingston, Jamaica||DNQ|
|2007||12th World Championships||Auckland, New Zealand||5th|
|2011||13th World Championships||Singapore||6th|
|2015||14th World Cup||Sydney, Australia||6th|
|Netball at the Commonwealth Games|
|2006||XVIII Games||3rd Netball||Melbourne, Australia||6th|
|2010||XIX Games||4th Netball||Delhi, India||5th|
|2014||XX Games||5th Netball||Glasgow, Scotland||5th|
|2018||XXI Games||6th Netball||Gold Coast, Australia||TBD|
|World Netball Series|
|2009||1st World Series||Manchester, England||5th|
|2010||2nd World Series||Manchester, England||5th|
|2011||3rd World Series||Liverpool, England||DNQ|
|2012||4th World Series||Auckland, New Zealand||5th|
|2013||5th World Series||Auckland, New Zealand||5th|
|2014||6th World Series||Auckland, New Zealand||6th|
|2016||7th World Series||Melbourne, Australia||3rd|
|2017||8th World Series||Melbourne, Australia||6th|
- Gay, Edward (17 November 2007). "Jubilant Malawi finish fifth". The New Zealand Herald. Retrieved 5 August 2011.
- Mbewe, Chipambano (18 March 2018). "Malawi Queens depart without head coach Saenda: NAM appoints Mlilima as caretaker". Nyasa Times. Retrieved 9 April 2018.
- Face of Malawi, Oct 29, 2014
- "Minnows Malawi shock Silver Ferns to leave New Zealand in danger of missing Commonwealth Games glory". News.com.au. 8 April 2018.
- "2018 Commonwealth Games team profile: Malawi Netball". Retrieved 8 April 2018.
- NZ Yahoo Sports
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