Non-league side Airwing Sisters have a daunting task to prove that their qualification into the last six of the K1 million (about $3 333) Rainbow Paints Top Six Series was not a fluke.
On Sunday morning, the Zomba-based side face giants MTL Queens, who have not won a cup in seven years.
A lot is expected from Airwing after they put up a top-class performance in the first phase of the competition.
But their top player Chimwemwe Madeya said on Wednesday that they are not under pressure as they face the giants.
â€œWe will just go and enjoy our game. We have no pressure. By the way, these are games that most of our players have been looking for. Who knows, some of our stars can be noticed and be taken on board by big teams and the national team,â€ said Madeya.
The other fixtures are as follows: Tigresses vs Glass bank; Escom vs Airwing; Woget vs Tigresses; Escom vs MTL and Glass Bank vs Woget.
The semi-finals and finals will be played next Saturday.
â€œWe were impressed with the level of competition at the first phase and watching teams such as Airwing defying odds to reach this far means a lot on the status of netball in Southern Region. We hope to see more entertaining games as the competition goes into the second phase,â€ said Rainbow sales and marketing manager Bruno Silas.