Leaders Civonets on Saturday beat Mafco Soldiers 38-22 to untie the points gap in the Lilongwe and Districts Netball League (LDNL) at Mafco Court, in Salima.
Before the game, Civonets were still on top of the table on goal aggregate against Mafco. Both teams had 18 points from 10 games before the Saturday game.
Mafco were on the offensive in the first-quarter which they won 9-7. In the second-quarter, Civonets put their house in order and retaliated. They won the quarter 19-15. They also won the third-quarter 28-18.
Mafco coach, Lottie Chiumia, was positive about the result: â€œIt was a good game, but we had a setback after our two key players, Loveness Sambo and Lennie Bandawe picked injuries.â€
Civonets coach Connis Mhone said: â€œIt was an easy game and we could have won all the quarters only that in the first quarter our shooters were not accurate, but they gave us a good day,â€ said Mhone.
Civonets now have 20 points.
In another LDNL fixture, Models Sisters beat Area 30 Socials 42-21 at Lilongwe Community Centre ground.