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RUSTENBURG HERALD - RUSTENBURG - The final day of the Netball World Youth Cup 2025 Africa Regional Qualifiers started off with a match between Namibia taking on Kenya for 5th/6th playoff. 
Namibia came into Saturday’s match with two wins while Kenya had one. At the end of the sixty minutes, it was Kenya who won 50 - 42 to secure fifth place position.
The second match which was 3rd/4th playoff was between Zambia and Zimbabwe. The winner of this match would also secure a spot in Gibraltar next year.

Zambia clinched third place winning 43 - 41 after an hour play.
Hosts, South Africa took on Malawi in the final match of the tournament with Malawi recording five wins in six matches and Baby Spar Proteas yet to lose a match. The match was quite a physical one from the Malawian team who used their height and physique advantage against the Baby Spar Proteas. Just as the last quarter started, Baby Spar Proteas enjoyed a numerical advantage after Malawi’s goalkeeper Shabel Bengo got herself sent off. South Africa used their numerical advantage wisely as they piled the goals and made sure that they win the match 45 – 26. South Africa finished first without losing a single match.