Moyale vents anger on ‘Njenjete zaku Lilongwe’: Malawi TNM Super League

After going down 1-0 at Civo United on Saturday, October 27, 2012, Moyale Barracks vented their anger on Epac, thrashing the Lilongwe side, alias Njenjete 3-0 in a TNM Super League match played at Silver Stadium in Lilongwe.

Playing a much improved game compared to the previous day, the visiting soldiers from Kaning’ina opened the score sheet in the 37th minute through Gastin Simkonda and were two up three minutes into the second half- courtesy of a Steven Mkandawire connection of a Simkonda

Epac’s efforts to stage a dramatic fight back suffered a knock in the 25th minute, when their midfield star Ishmael Thindwa was givern marching orders by Lilongwe based referee Duncan Lengani for an unprofessional tackle on a Moyale player.

Taking advantage of the numerical representation, the soldiers went three up in the 29th minute after Mphatso Mhone had made a solo run from the centre to beat goalkeeper Jailosi Kapalamula in a one-on-one situation.

Fined: Moyale

Coach Abbas Makawa felt his charges were underrating Moyale after watching them fall 1-0 at Civo the previous day.

“We had good chances in the first 15 minutes but we messed up the opportunities and allowed Moyale to settle down and score. May be the boys were complacent after watching Moyale lose against Civo yesterday,” said Makawa.

Nicholas Mhango for Moyale saluted his boys for putting up a gallant fight: “We had a talk with the players after yesterday’s loss. We told them that we should not die twice and they worked hard today. We were excellent in all departments from goal keeping up to the striking force,” said Mhango.


At Kalulu Stadium in Nchalo, Ndaziona Chatsalira rescued full points for Silver Strikers, when he struck in the dying minutes to lead his side to a 4-3 victory over Bvumbwe Research.

The Central Bankers were comfortably leading the researchers 3-0 before the hosts staged a remarkable recovery to level the scores 3-3.

With the game headed for a 3-all draw, Chatsalira struck in added time to ensure the bankers return to the capital with three points from a possible six points.

Red Lions FC reclaimed their second position after defeating fellow soldiers Mafco 2-0 at Balaka Stadium while Kabwafu returned to the north empty handed after losing 3-0 against Escom United. The previous day, the side from Mzimba also lost 3-0 against Big Bullets.

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