Nyasa BB, Wanderers drawn against military sides in semis: Malawi Carlsberg Cup

Local soccer giants Mighty Be Forward Wanderers and Nyasa Big Bullets will face military sides Moyale Barracks and Red Lions respectively in the semifinals of the 2017 Carlsberg Cup.

Bullets coach Eliah Kananji with Carlsberg Cup. After guiding Nyasa Big Bullets to Carlsberg Cup victory in 2014, Kananji went on win it for Be Forward Wanderers in 2015,then defended the cup with Wanderers in 2016 to make it a record three times. -Photo Jeromy Kadewere

This follows a draw that was conducted at the Balaka Stadium during half time of a quarterfinal match involving Cobbe Barracks and Nyasa Big Bullets.

Wanderers will face Moyale and Bullets have been paired with Red Lions.

Football Association of Malawi (FAM) will in due course announce venues for the semefinal fixtures.

Red Lions beat Central Region Football League (CRFL) Lower Division side Kasungu Police to reach the semi’s while Bullets beat Cobbe
Barracks 1-0.

Wanderers beat Blue Eagles 3-2 through post-match penalties following a 1-1 draw in regulation time while Moyale thump Michiru Madrid 4-0.

Bullets have faced the strongest opposition in the Carlsberg Cup. They beat Civil Sporting Club 1-0 at Chilomoni Stadium in the round of 32. In round of 16, Bullets had to come from behind to beat Kamuzu Barracks 5-3 in postmatch penalties and then easing out Cobbe,  a lower league side for the first time in the cup.

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6 years ago

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mathews malata
6 years ago

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6 years ago
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