Malawi U-17 beat Mozambique in ‘Zone VI’ Games

Malawi Under-17 national football team put their title hopes alive after beating Mozambique  in the second game coming from behind 2-1 at Luvene Stadium in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe in Africa Union Sports Games, formerly known as Zone VI games.

Junior Flames
Junior Flames

Malawi showed purpose and character to  turn the tables in the second half with Gregory Nachapo and Emmanuel Lino scoring the goals to Group A with six goals.

Mozambique have conceded the second loss after a 2-0 loss to Angola to plunge to the bottom of the table.

Malawi National Council of Sports Development Officer Ruth Mzengo said Malawi will face Swaziland.

Malawi’s tennis gem Chisomo Lumeta has reached the final and get down to business Thursday  morning.

In Basketball Malawi lost to Africa’s best basketball nation Angola  40 – 101 and on Thursday they play against RSA.

In Athletics Memory Ziba has reached the finals in 800m set for Thursday and Nalicy Chirwa fell short of medal by whisker after finishing on position four  in 3000m with a time of 10:31.92.

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chosatheka
chosatheka
5 years ago

WAY TO GO MALAWI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WE LOVE YOU AND YOU MAKE US PROUD!!!

Amuna ngunda ngunda- aku malowa .
Amuna ngunda ngunda- aku malowa .
5 years ago

MWAONATU ANA AKUPAMBANA KWA ENI AKE KUBWIZA NJOMBA KOMA NKHALAMBAZI NDE IIIIIIIIIIII ZINVEKERE BLIZZZZZZZ KUGONA GROUND .

austin mwiska
austin mwiska
5 years ago

In Malawi football is at glass roots

Henry
5 years ago

Keep it up the junior flames. We love you and the under 20, ok?

Shenglee woo
5 years ago

Tidziona

big boy
5 years ago

My boys

Big man in court
5 years ago

Keep it up under 17 Malawi!

Titus German
Titus German
5 years ago

Well done boys

Richard Pankomera
5 years ago

Yes that’s fine

God's knowledge
God's knowledge
5 years ago

Kananji ndiwe wekha umakwana.

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