Telekom Netwoks Malawi (TNM), sponsors of the Super League, says all is set for the closing of 2015 season this weekend in Lilongwe.
The closing fixture involves champions designate Big Bullets and Lilongwe giants Civo FC.
While t hree other closing games will be played on Thursday, December 24 2015.
Be Forward Wanderers will host Red Lions at Kamuzu stadium; Silver Strikers will conclude the campaign at home against Azam Tigers while Moyale will host Blue Eagles at MzuzuStadium.
TNM’s Marketing Manager Madalitso Jonazi said all is set for the closing event where the champions Big Bullets will also be crowned.
“We are very glad that the journey we started in the 2015 season is coming to an end this coming Sunday. As sponsors we have lined up a number of activities to spice up the closing ceremony that will include the parade of the trophy and traditional dances among others,” said Jonazi.
Jonazi said TNM is happy that since the launch of the season in April this year there has been competition amongst the teams fighting for the top position.
“Since we launched the 2015 season the league went on very well and we have seen improvement in standards of the game. It is our hope that the level of competition shall get higher and the games will become even more exciting in the upcoming season” he said.
The parade is expected to start at Game Stores complex before proceeding to the match venue, the Civo stadium where 2015 champions Big Bullets and Civo Service United (CIVO) will play their last game.
The 2015 season was launched under theme Our Players, Our Heroes, Our Pride. This was meant to build the spirit of motivating the player who is the hero of the beautiful game.
TNM increased the sponsorship value from last year’s K65 million to K90 million this year.
So far, 206 games have been played registering 487 goals. Big Bullets are also the highest scoring and least conceding team having scored 49 goals and letting in 23 goals, respectively.
Bullets FC together with Blue Eagles finished their home games unbeaten while relegated side FISD Wizards wrapped up their games without a win away.
Likewise, another relegated side, Dedza Young Soccer bowed out having conceded the most goals – 48.
In terms of discipline, Kamuzu Barracks have the worst disciplinary record having received 48 cards (8 red cards and 40 yellow cards) and followed by Mzuni FC with 41 card (1 red card and 40 yellow cards), Big Bullets 40 yellow cards as well as Mafco F.C with 39 cards (4 red and 35 yellow); Red Lions 39 cards (2 red and 37 yellow cards). Richard Mbulu of Mafco and Davie Banda of Kamuzu Barracks have been each red carded thrice. Five hundred and thirteen cards have been flashed this far.
14 Goals: Innocent Bokosi (Red Lions), 13 Goals: Chiukepo Msowoya (Big Bullets), 12 Goals: Green Harawa (Silver Strikers), 11 Goals: Nelson Kangunje (Civo United), 10 Goals: Ranken Mwale (EPAC F.C) and Jaffali Chande (Big Bullets), 9 Goals: Richard Mbulu (MAFCO F.C) and Peter Wadabwa (Silver Strikers), 8 Goals: Wister Phiri, Schumacher Kuwali & John Malidadi Jnr(Blue Eagles), Joseph Donsa (Airborne Rangers), Bright Munthali (Azam Tigers) and Kuda Muyaba (Moyale), 7 Goals: Stevie Ziba & Kumbukani Mwambeni (Red Lions), Mude Jeffrey (EPAC F.C) and Calisto Kalinda (MAFCO F.C), 6 Goals: Hassan Chapola & Emmanuel Chipeta (MAFCO F.C), Harvey Mkacha & Manasseh Chiyesa (Kamuzu Barracks), Wacheta Mwenefumbo (MZUNI F.C), Muhammad Sulumba (Be Forward Wanderers) and Chisomo Gillion (Dedza Young Soccer), 5 Goals: Mussah Manyenje (Big Bullets) and Peter Katsonga (Azam Tigers).Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :