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Manchester Thunder bolster Superleague squad with double signing

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Two of the top netballers of Malawi will boost manchester Thunder’s squad for the defence of the Vitality Netball Superleague title.
Instrumental shooter Joyce Mvula, the 2019 fans’ player of the year across Superleague, will go back to the Dark and Yellows.
She’ll be joined with her Malawian, defender Lauren Ngwira, who combines the Superleague champions.
Joyce and Lauren were a part of the Malawi Queens squad for its Netball World Cup at Liverpool this summer and were powerful at opposite ends of the court at procuring a end for the African American side.
Thunder’s Director of Netball Karen Greig said:”I am quite excited to have Joyce back with us for 2020 and for her to be joined at the opposite end of courtroom by Lauren.
“Joyce has developed so much in her time in Thunder and procuring her shooting abilities for the new season is a massive boost as we seem to defend our name, particularly as I know her performances are noticed across the netballing globe.
“Together with our legendary defender Kerry Almond retiring, I had a huge gap to fill defence and Lauren was the candidate. She also makes her presence is pivotal to our performances next year and felt court.
“I am excited to see Joyce straight back with us and Lauren join up with the group, and anticipate having them on courtroom soon.”
Mvula said:”Thunder will be my loved ones and I am delighted to return for one more season. Winning the Superleague has been an remarkable experience and an achievement. I can’t wait to join up with the group again soon and prepare yourself for 2020.”
Ngwira said:”I could not turn down the opportunity to join the champions! I am genuinely excited to be a part of the Thunder family, look forward to playing Joyce and helping defend the Superleague title”
Sky Sports is your house of netball and it returns to your screens shortly, starting with British ministry on Saturday whenever they see South Africa in November, while the Roses return to action under coach Jess Thirlby.

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