Rainbow Paints have said they are happy with how the K1 million (about $3 333) Rainbow Top Six Netball Series threw off last weekend.
Eight games were played on the first day of the competition last Saturday and the companyâ€™s sales and marketing manager Bruno Silas said they are impressed.
“First and foremost, we never expected that the competition would receive such an overwhelming reception. All stakeholders have really embraced it.
“Secondly, the competition on the court is very high and it really shows how hungry teams are and we feel happy to be associated with netball,” said Silas.
Glass Bank lead group A with six points after two wins. They beat Remed 41- 12 and Aquaid 58-9. Aquaid are the only team without a win in the group after losing both their games.
In group B, Airwing lead with six points after winning both their games.
Action continues on Saturday with Remed taking on Aquaid, Prison face Chilomoni, Glass Bank engage Shizaela while Airwing will face Young Queens.
Teams that will emerge tops from each group will join big guns Bingu Tigresses, Escom Sisters, MTL Queens and Woget in the last phase of the competition.