Nsejjere crowns Malawi’s second tier champions FC Surestream

Nsejjere sports gear, the sponsors Southern Football Association League of Malawi’s second tier league crowned Surestream Academy as champions of the team after a game against Machinga ADD on Sunday.

Scrambling-for-the-ball....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Scrambling-for-the-ball….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Sherry-Msuku-doing-Pep-talk-to-his-players....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewer
Sherry-Msuku-doing-Pep-talk-to-his-players….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewer
Peter-Mponda-following-the-coach....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Peter-Mponda-following-the-coach….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Spectators.....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Spectators…..Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
 A-lovely-hug-from-a-girl-who-is-a-fan-to-the-keeper.....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

A-lovely-hug-from-a-girl-who-is-a-fan-to-the-keeper…..Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Machinga-ADD-on-recess-time....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.
Machinga-ADD-on-recess-time….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.
Surestream-captain-showing-the-prize-cheque....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Surestream-captain-showing-the-prize-cheque….Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Raphael-Humba: Its been a good season.....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
Raphael-Humba: Its been a good season…..Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere
 A-Machinga-ADD-fan.....Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.

A-Machinga-ADD-fan…..Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere.
 Watching-the-game-from-a-tree......Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

Watching-the-game-from-a-tree……Photo-Jeromy-Kadewere

Surestream lost 1-0 in a lively match but the result was of no consequence to their promotion to the Malawi’s top league, Super League.

The youngsters, coached by revered former Flames captain Peter Mponda displayed classic football akin to European football.

The lack of motivation for the champions to win was clearly shown by their lack of intent to attempt at shooting at the goal despite having a better ball possession.

The ground, which was also in a bad state of condition, also affected the  youngsters.

Technical Director Peter Mponda, who is slowly but surely taking his strides to become just as successful as his illustrious career, said he was not worried with the loss.

“This was a game with no bearing on our standing as we had already won the title. It has just given us a good ground to assess our players and ourselves as we prepare for next season,” Mponda said.

Nassar Kibilige President of Nsejjere said the sports gear brand had come to develop sports in the country.

Surestream received K1.5 million, Cobbe Barracks runners-up K750,000 and Max Bullets on third position K500,000.

This deal was agreed as mark of Nsejjere’s obligation to support the league as they get down to business next season.

Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :

Sharing is caring!

Follow us in Twitter
4 Comments
newest
oldest most voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
kafoteka
6 years ago

proud if you Dad Abel

Totolitotoli
Totolitotoli
6 years ago

WHY LOSING AT A CROWNING MATCH?KOMA MUKALIMBA MU SUPER LEAGUE? NGATI MUKULUZA NDI MACHINGA? WAKE UP BOYS!!!!

Bright
6 years ago

that’s great for sure the young stars will survive

Augh
6 years ago

Thats wanderful!!.

Read previous post:
Businessman Gaffar decry Malawi police laxity over his stolen car

A Limbe based businessman whose Toyota Corolla vvti car was stolen at gun point two weeks ago in Limbe, says...

Close