Mary Waya guides Tanzania Taifa Queens to win Nations Cup 2012 in Singapore

From Face of Malawi Tue Dec 11 2012, 00:10:46

Netball Coach Mary Waya guided Tanzania to win their first netball trophy when they overcame a brave Malaysia side to win 45-38 and be crowned champions of the Nations Cup 2012 on Saturday in Singapore. The former Malawi goal attack Waya has been in charge of Tanzania just for less than a month but she [...]

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