Bullets kickoff season with win against Moyale

Big Bullets Coach Elijah Kananji  started his era at the ‘People’s Team’ on a positive note as he guded the club to kick-off the 2014 TNM Super League  campaign with a victory on Sunday against Moyale Barracks 2-0 at the Mzuzu Stadium.
The People’s Team stormed the evergreen city with some new faces, who they have just roped in from Epac FC and Blantyre United.

For instance, from Epac FC they secured the services of Mussa Manyenje and Pililani Zonda while from Blantyre United camp they managed to sign  Victor Limbani and Tizowere Kumwenda .

Big Bullets players celebrating after win..Photo Jeromy Kadewere
Big Bullets players celebrating after win..Photo Jeromy Kadewere

From the word go, Bullets showed determination to amass three points with the likes of captain Henry Kabichi and Mussa Manyenje terrorizing the soldiers territory.

In the first 17th minute, Kabichi knocked Moyale’s territory when his shot kissed the bar .

Piling up more pressure, Bullets new catch Tizowere Kumwenda  opened the score sheet until half time.

Moyale tried all their tricks to find an equalizer but Gastin Simkonda could not get space to launch an attack.

Bullets increased theier tally to two through Sankhani Mkandawire before Moyale reduced the arrears to one.

In another game at the Kamuzu Stadium, Blantyre United failed to defend their 1-0 lead by allowing Red Lions to equalize through the spot kick.

Blantyre United scored their goal courtesy of Chriss Mwenebanda while the old capital city out-fit scored through Mphatso Ngwira.

In Chitowe, Airborne Rangers were 2-1 victors to Chikwawa United.

Madalitso Jere and Mphatso Jere scored for Airborne while Lanken Mwale netted the lone goal for the Lower Shire side.

According to Super League of Malawi general secretary Williams Banda, they were impressed with the first week of the league with no incidences of violence.

Banda also said 22 goals were scored in the first week of the league.

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