Be Forward Wanderers players, technical staff, administrative staff, and other dignitaries gathered at Robins Park in Blantyre on Saturday for the awards gala.
Wanderers used the day to display their trophies they won last season—the Carlsberg and Fisd Challenge cups—around the city.
The Nomads will also paraded the Nissan Caravan bus they won in the Luso TV Bus Ipite Bonanza after beating their age-old rivals Nyasa Big bullets 5-1 on aggregate.
“Tonight we looked back on some of the highlights of the season and showed appreciation to all involved in continuing to contribute to the rich history on this institution,” said Be Forward Wanderers general secretary Mike Butao.
“We are delighted with our players for scooping three trophies despite somewhat disappointing after failing to win the league, but we learned some key lessons which will help us as we move forward as Wanderers FC.”
Butao expressed his appreciation to both players for the diligence, discipline and dedication they showed during the 2016 season and urged them to accelerate the gear in the 2017 season.
The biggest winner on the night was Peter Wadabwa, who picked up the player of the season award plus the best striker.
Wadabwa, who finished Wanderers top-scorer last season with 16 goals received a fridge worth K200,00, 42 inch LED Plasma worth K500,000 and cash amounting to K50,000.
Deputy Mayor in the City of Blantyre, who was also the guest of honour donated K100,000 to Wadabwa.
The gifted striker came good when it mattered most and weighed in with some crucial goals to help the team when the going got tough.
The best defender award went to right back StanelySanudi, who also went home with a refridgerator and K50,000 , while midfielder Rafiq Namwera was voted as the most disciplined player. Namwera received a microwave and K50,000.
Legend Joseph Kamwendo, who also graced the function was voted the best midfielder and received a fridge as well plus K50,000.
Veteran goalkeeper Vales Kamzere was voted the best goalkeeper. He received a fridge and K50,000, while Jaffali Chande was voted the most improved player and went home with a microwave plus K50,000.
Each and every Wanderers player was also recognized with a medal and K50,000.
Representing Super League of Malawi during the function was treasurer, TiyaSomba Banda, who donated K50,000 to Wanderers youngest player Felix Zulu for his outstanding performance in the 2016 season.
Limbani Matola, who represented Football Association of Malawi also announced that FAM has donated 5 balls to Wanderers FC.
Also present during the function were former Chief Immigration Officer Medi, who donated K100,000 plus five balls to Wanderers FC.
Former Wanderers chairman Humphrey’s Mvula and former Team Manager Hophmally Makande were also present.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :