Top flight league outfits Moyale Barracks and Azam Tigers includingthree lower league sides [Dedza Soccer Saints, Holy Cross and Umodzi
FC] registered wins on Thursday to complete the quarter final line up of the ongoing FISD Challenge Cup.
The battle for the quartefinal slots started on Wednesday with a goals gallore.
Nyasa Big Bullets, Kamuzu Barracks, Blue Eagles and Masters Security progressed after defeating Karonga United 4-2, Chikhwawa united 4-0, Mzuni FC 4-2 and Mafco FC 1-0 respectively.
During Thursday’s action, Moyale Barracks beat Katowo FC 2-0 while
Azam Tigers beat Holy Cross 2-1.
Dedza Young Soccer beat Nsawazi 6-5 while Umodzi beat Swallows by the
same margin with both games decided through post-match penalties following a 2-2 stalemate in regulation time in both matches.
This means that Kamuzu Barracks will face Azam Tigers while Master Security will face Dedza Soccer Saints where as Umodzi will make a date against Moyale Barracks.
The centre of attraction in the quarterfinal stage will be a match involving giants Nyasa Big Bullets and Blue Eagles.
Meanwhile, Football Association of Malawi (FAM) who are the main organisers of the competition in conjunction with the sponsors
Foundation for Irrigation and Sustainable Development (FISD) who are experts in supplying of modern farming techniques and equipments including solar power are expected to come up with dates and venues
where the quarterfinal matches will be played.