The match played at Belleville Velodrome in Cape Town South Africa gave the Queens their second victory at the ongoing African Netball Championship after hammering Kenya 72-34 last Saturday.
In their opener the She – Flames struggled to get the rhythm of the game and narrowly lost to the continental netball giants, South Africa’s Spar Proteas, 56-51.
Queens coach Peace Chawinga Kaluwa said they will concentrate on each game as it comes.
“We thank God for the victory. We kept the consistency by leading in all quarters and that was good for us.
On Monday the Queens came out against all odds to chalk their third consecutive win by defeating the defending champions, Uganda, with 49-45 margin.
The Queens coach was all smiles at the end of the match.
Currently the Queens rank 6th on global standing, South Africa holds the fourth position and Uganda is on seventh position while Zimbabwe is at the tail of the world’s best top 8 netball teams.