The Malawi national netball team stands a better chance of qualifying for the Netball World Cup after chalking a second successive win at the on-going qualifiers in South Africa on Tuesday.
Straight from their 69-50 victory against eSwatini, the Queens upped their game to slash Kenya 72-31.
Coach Peace Chawinga Kaluwa maintained the same squad with a single tactical change benching captain Caroline Mtukule for taller Laureen Ngwira, as she took the defending role.
The first quarter looked dim for the Malawian girls as they were trailing 8-6, before they pulled up their socks to a claim a 13-9 win.
The race continued until the halftime when Malawi led 31-17.
Third quarter saw the Queens extend the lead mercilessly to 54-25 before the final result that leaves them top of pool B with four points.
Coach Peace Chawinga Kalua was pleased with the team's performance especially in the second half, saying the girls player according to her instructions.
Takondwa Lwazi was named Player of the Match for her outstanding play and ability to read the game.
Malawi's next opponent is usual neighbour second-placed Zambia on Thursday.
The top two teams will progress to the semi-finals and face the top two from pool A which has hosts South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe, Botswana and Tanzania.