Super League promotion joy for Kamuzu Barracks

Kamuzu Barracks coach Kenwood Nkhoma has warned that his side will not be whipping boys in the elite TNM Super League after earning a promotion on Sunday when they walloped their fellow soldiers Support Battalion 3-0 in a thrilling encounter in the capital city of Malawi, Lilongwe.

The Chipiku Lilongwe and District Football League out-fit whisked into the top league ahead of the Mponela Trading Centre based Adams FC who finished on the second slot.

Speaking with Nyasa Times, Nkhoma who said he is delighted to have clinched promotion warned the top flight teams not to except his side to donate points.

“First of all, let me thank my boys for hard working and cruising into the Super League.  The players have been magnificent

“Secondly, let me warn Super League teams to except stiff competition with our team. We are aware that in the top flight league there is much competition but let me assure you that Kamuzu Barracks is there to stay,” said the visibly happy Nkhoma.

Nkhoma also praised God for his side to earn a slot in the Super League.

The coming in of Kamuzu Barracks in the top flight League has added Army teams to four having already Moyale Barracks from the North, Red Lions from Zomba and Mafco from Salima.

Kamuzu Barracks has joined Simama Northern Region Champions Kabwafu United, who already were promoted to the Super League.

However, the race in the Southern Region League to find the right candidate to be promoted into the Super League continues, as favourites Nchalo United put themselves under intense pressure on Sunday after going down 1-0 to Liwonde Medicals.

The lower Shire giants are basking on 66 points with Bvumbwe on their neck having amassed 64 points so far.

Kamuzu Barracks players cerebrating their victory into the Super League

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