Southern Region Women Football Champions Blantyre Zero on Sunday whacked Atu United 5-0 in the Arthur Peter Mutharika Southern Region Women’s Football League at Chiwembe Technical Centre in Blantyre.
Mphatso Chiwaula, Ruth Tambala, Sungeni Msisya and two goals from Monica Chapweteka were enough to give Blantyre Zero an incredible victory against Atu United, whose many players lacked experience.
The result is a big boost to Blantyre Zero coach, Abel Mkandawire, who is yet to taste a defeat in the second round of the league having won all their three matches so far.
“I am proud with my players because they are responding to what l teach them during training,” Mkandawire told Nyasa Times.
“I have no doubt that the league title will be ours. We just need to keep the fire burning by making sure that we collect three points in each and every game until the end of the season,” said Mkandawire.
Blantyre Zero’s next match will be against Envirom over the coming weekend.
“We are aware that Envirom is a better side but we are in top form and we do not see any side stopping us from our ambition to clinch the League title this season,” said Mkandawire.
Last week, Mkandawire’s side demolished Sitima Yoce Sisters 28-0 in a one sided affair at Chiwembe Ground.
Maggie Chombo Malinga, veteran women’s football player, concurred with her coach that their ambition this season is to scoop all the trophies starting with the Arthur Peter Mutharika Southern League before finishing with the Presidential Cup.
“We are now playing as a unit and l have all the hopes that this year will belong to us. I must also commend our coach Mr Mkandawire for instilling discipline in our team. The relationship between the coach and players is perfect,” said Chombo.
Maggie also eluded to the fact that hard working and discipline is one reason to their success.
“If the team lacks discipline you must expect bad results but when there is discipline in team everything goes on perfect,” said Maggie.
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