Blantyre Zero coach vows to concur in Southern Region League

Blantyre Zero coach, Abel Mkandawire has vowed to displace Zomba City Queens on the summit table in the Southern Region Football Women’s Football League after their 28-0 massacre to Sitima Yoce Sisters over the weekend.

Blantyre Zero, who are currently on the second slot with 24 points have been on a serious business as they also demolished Dreams United 10-0.

In Saturday’s encounter against Sitima Sisters at Chiwembe Technical Centre Ground, Blantyre Zero massacred Sitima Yoce Sisters courtesy of Sungeni Msisya, who hammered seven scores, Monica Chapweteka netted nine goals, and Sheila Dimba kissed hit  eight times while Ruth Tambala, Melina Mkandawire, Lukia Sanudi and veteran Maggie Chombo Sadik scored one each.

Mkandawire told Nyasa Timesthat their aim was to displace Zomba City Queens at the summit of the league.

Sheila Dimba: Scored eight times. Photo Jeromy Kadewere/Nyasa Times

“This time around our aim is to remain on the summit of the table because we do not see any team threatening us. We are in good form,” said Mkandawire, who has only lost one game since he took over the mantle from another coach, who passed away last year.

The mentor was also delighted with her players because two from their camp are leading scorers. Monica Chapweteka is leading the scoring department with 26 goals while national team midfielder Sungeni has 22 goals.

“I am impressed with the performance of my team, management and players,” the coach said.

He also eyed the Presidential Cup.

“We have been finding it difficult to defeat DD Sunshine from Lilongwe but l can assure you that this time around we will triumph over them,” said Mkandawire.

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