A field of 48 junior golfers took part in the Southern Region Junior Monthly Golf Tournament which was sponsored by Sparc Systems Limited at Blantyre Sports Club (BSC) on Saturday, the biggest that has been recorded in junior tournament in recent times, according to Golf Union of Malawi Development coach Dingani Chirwa .
“This is encouraging and we applaud parents for taking an interest in junior golf. We also commend Sparc Systems for investing in junior golf. We are now building future professional golfers for Malawi. They are leaning things really quick and you will be surprised with how some of these players will perform,” said the junior golf coach.
Sparc Systems Technical Sales Manager, Alena Chiwaya, who spoke on behalf of the Managing Director, Wisely Phiri, said they want to help build the future of golf in the country. read more
One of the country’s leading IT companies, Sparc Systems Limited has donated medical equipment valued at over K3.2 million to Chatinkha Martenity wing of the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital (QECH) in Blantyre.
Speaking after making the donation, Managing Director for Sparc Systems Limited Wisely Phiri said as a Malawian Company, they felt obliged to support the hospital. read more
The return of the Mayor’s Trophy in Blantyre City continues to draw support from the corporate world as Sparc Systems on Wednesday donated K1 million towards the grassroots sports event.
Blantyre City Mayor, Noel Chalamanda, said Sparc Systems’ donation was timely as the competition is set to wind up on December 17.
“What Sparc has done is very helpful to the government and Blantyre City in uplifting the social life of our people through sports. The specific target is our youngsters who will benefit by having their skills honed in both football and netball. This gesture by Sparc will also help set up a platform where coaches and officials can scout talent.” read more
Malawi’s Blantyre Sports Club (BSC) ladies golf section has hailed Sparc Systems for supporting junior golf development at the club when the company sponsored a ladies tournament on Saturday.
BSC ladies captain Connie Karuku said Sparc Systems is one of the Malawian owned companies that is willing to support the development of golf among the youths.
“We asked Sparc Systems to include a juniors section and the firm responded favourably,” Karuku said. “We want juniors to hone their skills and to get experience.
“We hope that with this exposure, the juniors could be were prepared for international tournaments,” she said.
At the end of the day, Zita Rodrick with 36 handicap won the juniors section and was followed by Quasaira Lambat.
Sparc Systems Managing Director, Wisely Phiri, said Malawi’s future in golf relies in the hand of junior golf structures. Read more