Red Lions top the table: Malawi TNM Super League

Zomba based military side Red Lions on Sunday thumped struggling Lilongwe based police outfit Blue Eagles 3-0 to go top of the elite
TNM Super League in a  match played at Balaka Stadium.

Prichard Mwansa: Red Lions coach

The Bokosi brothers Innocent and Royal scored a goal each in each half while Matthews Simbeyi scored the other goal.

With the win, the soldiers have gone top of the league to the delight of their coach Prichard Mwansa.

“I can say the team is in a good shape since we haven’t yet tasted any defeat. Blue Eagles is a good side but they are just been unlucky but all in all, I thank the boys for a job well done” said Mwansa.

“We will make sure that we keep focused to maintain our current form in the next coming fixtures” said Mwansa.

Red Lions and Premier Bet Wizard are tied on 11 points but they have a better go aggregate.

Both teams have so far played five games each and they will again be in action this coming weekend.

Red Lions will host Azam Tigers at their new and alternative home ground Balaka Stadium while Wizard will face Mighty Be Forward
Wanderers at Mulanje Park Stadium.

Red Lions will be using Balaka Stadium following the closure of Zomba Stadium which is currently under reconstruction.

Elsewhere, Moyale Barracks returned to their northern region base with four points from their weekend two outings.

They beat Dwangwa United 2-1 on Saturday before losing to Mafco FC 2-0 on Sunday. Both games were played at Chitowe Stadium.

Mzuni FC who are on third position with nine points from five games were held to a one all draw against defending champions Kamuzu Barracks.

Results of games played over the weekend:
Azam 3 Master Security 1.
Chitipa 1 K.B 2
Dwangwa 1 Moyale2
Wizard 1 B.Eagles 0.

B.T United 1 Nyasa BB 2
Mzuni 1 K.B 1
Mafco 2 Moyale 0
Red Lions 3 B.Eagles 0.

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