Wins for Nyasa and Nomads, Lions maintain lead: Malawi TNM Super League

Red Lions underlined their credentials as title contenders when they maintained lead at the top of the TNM Super League after a draw to Azam Tigers on Sunday as Nyasa Big Bullets and Be Forward Wanderers all chalked wins.

Nyasa Bullets celebrates, winning three consecutive games

The Zomba-based soldiers are leaders on 12 points.

Elsewhere, Wanderers silenced PremierBet Wizards when they ended their unbeaten run at Mulanje Park on Sunday defeating them 1-0.

Up and coming winger Felix Zulu scored the vital goal for the Nomads who have a 100 percent perfect start winning all their first two games and have six points sitting ninth on the log table.

The Lali Lubani Road side opened the title campaign when they defeated champions Kamuzu Barracks (KB) 2-0.

But despite losing, the Peter Mponda’s Wizards are on second position with 11 points.

Meanwhile, Nyasa Big Bullets winning momentum continued at Kalulu Stadium in Nchalo, Chikwawa  as they defeated Mzuzu University (Mzuni) FC 2-0 with goals from veteran Fischer Kondowe and Bright Munthali.

The People’s Team are now third on the log table with 10 points having placed five games.

Roockies Masters Security continue to struggle as they only collected a point in a  one-all draw against Mafco FC at Dedza Stadium.

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2 thoughts on “Wins for Nyasa and Nomads, Lions maintain lead: Malawi TNM Super League”

  1. truth says:

    Akulu akulu China ndi China ndinakawonela mpira wa Bullets ndi Mzuni koma kunali mpira wabwino, Nkwate, Zonda , Fisher ndi Kabichi anasewela mpira. Zonda ndi Fodya mpira wawo ukuwoneka kuti Mzungu wa National Team wawathandiza kuwasula amene anakawonela game imeneyi andivomeleza kuti this 2 players amenenso ali ku Camp ya Flames anawonetsa maturity.

  2. Leo Sikweya says:

    Mwana abatsogola ndi chikwama uyu, ulendo si wake

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