Esau Kanyenda and Peter Wadabwa were on spot as Mighty Be Forward Wanderers crushed Red

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⚽ Esau Kanyenda and Peter Wadabwa were on spot as Mighty Be Forward Wanderers crushed Red
Lions 4-1 at Kamuzu Stadium on Sunday September 30, putting the Nomads in some control of their campaign for the TNM Super League’s second position.
Following the victory, the Nomads have displaced Silver Strikers on the second slot.


Esau Kanyenda scored first in the 10th minute and that opener could have been cancelled out by Moses Nankhumba from the penalty that the soldiers won after Francis Mulimbika’s handball inside the forbidden area but it was saved by goalkeeper of the moment, Nenani Juwayo.
Thereafter Precious Sambani then set up Kanyenda who run with the ball inside Red Lions territory only to be stopped by Pearson Mphanje.


As the chances continued to fall in Wanderers’ way after the interval, they were not being utilised and Red Lions appeared to take encouragement from that as they surged forward.
But on counter attack, Kanyenda’s tap in the 20th minute was disallowed for offside. Red Lions tried to secure an equalizer but Loti Chawinga’s shot hit the post.


The Nomads went into recess leading 1-0 and soon after resumption, Wanderers’ Peter Wadabwa rifled an emphatic finish past Brighton Ngwenyama to make it 2-0.


Red Lions, who resorted to a physical game, lacked composure inside the box and a good example came in the 57th minute when Royal Bokosi shot wide with only goalkeeper Juwayo to beat.


Precious Sambani, who exchanged passes with Isaac Kaliati, then scored Wanderers’ third goal after bending a a nice shot outside the box.
The visitors looked lost as Wanderers dominated the match, especially on the midfield, where vetetan Joseph Kamwendo operated alongside Alfred Manyozo Jnr.

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Wadabwa then doubled his tally in style just before 10 minutes into the final whistle, latching on to Sambani’s chip pass, which he flicked it over the head of approaching Ngwenyama and finished it with a delicate right foot
touch into the net.


Wanderers went on the rampant then on as they displayed fantastic footbaĺl with Red Lions defence making silly blunders.
Wadabwa could have completed his hat-trick, but an effort deflected off Mphanje’s and went just wide.


Ngwenyama also was at his best as he parried off Isaac Kaliati’s long-range effort.
Changes were made from both sides as Red Lions brought in Boniface Kaulesi for Royal Bokosi and also introduced fresh legs from Mwambene while Wanderers substituted Nenani Juwayo for Richard Chipuwa with Kanyenda and Kamwendo paving the way for Francisco Madinga and Misheck Botomani.

Madinga went agonisingly close to getting his coveted fifth goal for Wanderers but his first-time 18-yard strike went wide.
In the added time, Red Lions pulled out a consolation goal through Moses Nankumba.

Womens Football Team are out of this year’s Cosafa

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Womens Football Team are out of this year’s Cosafa Womens Football Championship following a 6-0 humiliating defeat they suffered on Monday in the hands of the host and defending champions South Africa.

South Africa scored three goals in each half to seal their victory and also ensure their Group A top finish.
The Banyana Banyana’s opened the score sheet in as early as eleven minutes through Linda Mothlalo before Khanya Xesi doubled the lead moments later following a defence error in by one of Malawi defender.

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Kgaelebane Mohlakoang made it three before Xesi scored his second of day and tgen Mothlaho came in with extra two goals to complete her hat trick.
At this year’s competition, Malawi managed only a single win and suffered two losses.

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They lost to Botswana 2-0 in the opening match before resurrecting to beat Madagascar 2-0 in the second match and finally Monday’s loss to South Africa.
This means that head coach Maggie Chombo Sadik has missed her target set by herself before flying to the rainbow nation of at least finishing in the semifinals.

he Malawi national Football team, the Flames are scheduled to leave for Morocco today

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The Malawi national Football team, the Flames are scheduled to leave for Morocco today ahead of Saturday’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against the Atlas Lions.
The team, comprising locally based players has been in camp for the past two weeks in Blantyre.
Most foreign based players joined at the start of this week.
The Flames are joint top of group B with Cameroon following the two teams’ victories over Comoros Island and Morocco respectively.

Gabadinho, Papa, Mbulu join Flames camp

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Gabadinho, Papa, Mbulu join Flames camp
Three foreign based players, Frank Gabadinho Mhango, Richard Mbulu and Gerald Phiri Jnr have joined Flames camp.
According to Flames Team Manager James Sangala, the trio joined Flames camp Sunday evening.
The Flames are expected to leave the country on Wednesday for an away 2019 African Cup of Nations Qualifier against Morocco on Saturday 8th September.
Other foreign based players, including captain Limbikani Mzava are expected to join camp on Monday.
The Flames have since regrouped ahead of the Wednesday trip. The Following are the 25 players, including the foreign based;
# Goalkeepers
Charles Swini, Brighton Munthali, Rabson Chienda
# Defenders
Denis Chembezi,Stanley Sanudi,Limbikani Mzava,John Lanjesi, a, Yamikani Fodya, Precious Mavuto Sambani Peter Cholopi, Gomezgani Chirwa.
# Midfielders
Gerald Phiri,
John Banda,
Rafick Namwera,
Alfred Junior Manyozo,
Peter Banda,
Frank Banda,
Felix Zulu,
Righteous Banda.
# Strikers
Jabulani Linje,
Richard Mbulu,
Gabadinho ,
Mhango,
Atusaye Nyondo,
Chiukepo Msowoya,
Patrick Phiri

TNM Superleague #MatchDayLive

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Nyasa Big Bullets were in a class of their own as they maintain their lead in the TNM Super League with 8-points gap courtesy of a 3-1 win over Karonga United at Kamuzu Stadium on Sartuday as their neighbour Beforward Wanderers eased past Civil Sporting with a 1-0 win
Silver Strikers reclaimed a 1-0 home win over Mzuni fc at Silver Stadium whilst TN Stars continues their excellent form following a 2-1 victory over Moyale Barracks as Nchalo United and Mafco shared spoils after playing to a goalles draw

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Tigers F.C vs Karonga United @ Mulanje Park Stadium
Blue Eagles vs Mzuni F.C @ Nankhaka Stadium
Dwangwa United vs Kamuzu Barracks @ Chitowe Stadium
Red Lions vs Mafco F.C @ Mangochi Stadium
Masters Security vs Be Forward Wanderers @ Dedza Stadium
#Kick -off :2:30pm

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Chitetezo Mbaula SRFA League
#Results
Premier Division
Nyasa Big Bullets Reserve 2-0 Polytechnic
MDF Marine 6-1 White Eagles
Befoward Wanderers Rsv 2-0 Nyasa United
FOMO 1-1 Prison United
Nsanama 1-3 Nazikambe
Mangochi United 2-0 Chikwawa United
Division One
Naisi United 3-3 Nambazo Medicals
CISO 1-1 Ginnery Corner
Zomba Air Wing 0-1 A and P Hardware
Jali United 3-1 Sable Farming
Phalombe Open Space 3-2 Chileka Airport

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#Results
Nyasa Big Bullets 3-1 Karonga United
Patrick Phiri
Nelson Kangunje
Chiukepo Msowoya-Benard Msiska
(Man of the match Patrick Phiri)
Silver Strikers 1-0 Mzuni F.C
Khuda Muyaba
(Man of the match Chisomo Mpachika)
Nchalo United 0-0 Mafco F.C
TN Stars 2-1 Moyale
Junior Maliwata
Ian Chinyama-Kondwani Ngoma
(Man of the match Stain Dave)
Civil Sporting 0-1 Be Forward Wanderers
Yamikani Chester
(Man of the match Yamikani Chester)

2018 Carlsberg Cup Draw Round of 32

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2018 Carlsberg Cup Draw
Round of 32
Karonga United vs. Be Forward wanderers
MDF Marine vs. Blue Eagles
MAFCO vs. Naming’omba
Tigers FC vs. Kamuzu Barracks
TN Stars vs. CIVO Sporting
Nyasa Big Bullets vs. Mitundu
Nyasa Big Bullets R vs. MOYALE
LL Veterans vs. Silver Strikers
Changalume Barracks vs. Ngolowindo
Cobbe Barracks vs. Airborne Rangers
Mchengautuwa vs. Mighty Ivory
Nchalo United vs. Red Lions
Ekwendeni Hammers vs. Steford
Master Security vs. MZUNI
Hangover vs. Chitipa/Manyamula
Dwangwa United vs. LUANAR

A British man, Brendan Rendall, who is on a marathon in four African countries in aid of Malawi orphans,

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A British man, Brendan Rendall, who is on a marathon in four African countries in aid of Malawi orphans, arrived in the country through the Mwami/Zambia-Mchinji border on Wednesday.
The 36-year- old Manchester trained teacher who is joined by other four people, will run 4,000km across the coast of Africa in a marathon dubbed ‘Running Africa coast-to-coast challenge’ for three months to raise money to build a boys’ hostel at Friends of Mulanje Orphans (FOMO) Secondary School.
Rendall started running in June from Walvis Bay in Namibia through Zambia and Malawi and his marathon will end in Pemba- Mozambique.
In an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA), Rendall said he has been supporting FOMO for nearly 10 years and he decided to embark on the marathon to further help the orphanage.
“I have been in Malawi before to help FOMO and I made a commitment to help children in Malawi, I came back with the idea of running in the four countries to raise more money to help the children, especially in the education sector,” he said.
He said he is expected to raise 75,000 British pounds (about K75,000,000 million) though his website brendanrendall.com and is hopeful that the marathon will inspire more people to donate more to his cause. Airtel money donation number is +265 99 710 6706 if any would like to help here in Malawi.
Founder of the Friends of Mulanje Orphans (FOMO), Mary Woodworth said she was grateful to Rendall and his colleagues for the support.
“We have over 3,000 orphans at FOMO. We support 14 orphan centres. We feed and we educate them. The funds raised by Rendall will go towards construction of a boys’ hostel at FOMO Secondary School because I believe education is the best gift one can give to a child,” she said.
Friends of Mulanje Orphanage (FOMO) was established in 2000 to aid orphans in Mulanje. The institution cares for up to 3,500 orphaned and vulnerable children with education, meals and health care.
(By Sarah M British man, Brendan Rendall, who is on a marathon in four African countries in aid of Malawi orphans, arrived in the country through the Mwami/Zambia-Mchinji border on Wednesday.
The 36-year- old Manchester trained teacher who is joined by other four people, will run 4,000km across the coast of Africa in a marathon dubbed ‘Running Africa coast-to-coast challenge’ for three months to raise money to build a boys’ hostel at Friends of Mulanje Orphans (FOMO) Secondary School.
Rendall started running in June from Walvis Bay in Namibia through Zambia and Malawi and his marathon will end in Pemba- Mozambique.
In an interview with Malawi News Agency (MANA), Rendall said he has been supporting FOMO for nearly 10 years and he decided to embark on the marathon to further help the orphanage.
“I have been in Malawi before to help FOMO and I made a commitment to help children in Malawi, I came back with the idea of running in the four countries to raise more money to help the children, especially in the education sector,” he said.
He said he is expected to raise 75,000 British pounds (about K75,000,000 million) though his website brendanrendall.com and is hopeful that the marathon will inspire more people to donate more to his cause. Airtel money donation number is +265 99 710 6706 if any would like to help here in Malawi.
Founder of the Friends of Mulanje Orphans (FOMO), Mary Woodworth said she was grateful to Rendall and his colleagues for the support.
“We have over 3,000 orphans at FOMO. We support 14 orphan centres. We feed and we educate them. The funds raised by Rendall will go towards construction of a boys’ hostel at FOMO Secondary School because I believe education is the best gift one can give to a child,” she said.
Friends of Mulanje Orphanage (FOMO) was established in 2000 to aid orphans in Mulanje. The institution cares for up to 3,500 orphaned and vulnerable children with education, meals and health care.

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TNM Superleague
#Results

 

Nyasa Big Bullets 2-0 Nchalo United
Nelson Kangunje
Mike Nkwate
Mafco F.C 0-2 Masters Security
Vincent Nyangulu
Babatunde
TN Stars 2 -0 Karonga United
Juma Liwata
China Chirwa
Moyale 2-1 Red Lions
Gasten Simkonda
Dan Sibale
-Loti Chawinga

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Be Forward Wanderers 1-0 Kamuzu Barracks
*Zicco Nkanda*

Civil Sporting 1-1 Karonga United
*Christopher Kumwembe*
*Sheriff Shamama* (pen)*

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Tigers F.C 2-1 Silver Strikers
*Luke Milanzi*
*Boston Kabango &Khuda Muyaba*

Dwangwa United Ganizan James 1-1 Blue Eagles
*Denis Nandolo*

Mzuni F.C 0-1 Red Lions
*Willard John*

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Nyasa Big Bullets charged to pay over k7.2m and banned from next year’s Airtel top 8

The Football Association of Malawi has ordered Nyasa Big Bullets to pay the sum of over k7.2m and banned from next year’s Airtel top 8 following the misconduct that occured in the final match of the Airtel Top against Blue Eagles at the Bingu National Stadium

The francas erupted after Mzuzu based referee Juwa awarded a penalty to Blue Eagles 45 seconds before the end of the match which angered the supporters to invade the pitch

Below are the Charges;

1.Pitch Invasion
-A fine of MK500,000.00.

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2. Criticizing match officials in public
-A fine of MK500,000.00

3.Bringing the game into disrepute
-A fine of MK2,000,000.00 and expulsion from the next edition of Airtel Top 8 Competition
in the event of their qualification

4. Causing a brawl by their unidentified supporters
-A fine of MK2,000,000.00

5.The Committee has further ordered Nyasa Big Bullets to pay the sum of
MK325,606.25 for damages caused to Bingu National Stadium and banned from playing at
the said stadium until the said repairs are effected.

6. The Committee has ordered Nyasa Big Bullets to pay full costs of proceedings
amounting to MK971, 635.00 and
Further to that, Nyasa Big Bullets will pay MK1,000,000.00 which was suspended last year
upon failure not to commit similar offence within 2 year period from November 2017.

The fines and costs are to be paid by Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club to FAM within 21 days
from 26th July 2018.

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Fixtures
Sat 28th July
Nyasa Big bullets vs Blue eagles @ Mulanje
Dwangwa United vs Civil Sporting @ Chitowe
Redlions vs Silver Strikers @ Mangochi
Sunday 29th July
Nchalo united vs Blues Eagles @ Kalulu
Beforward Wanderers vs Mafco @ Balaka
Civil Sporting vs Mzuni @ civo

K12 MILLION CHIPIKU STORES CRFA LEAGUE*

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*K12 MILLION CHIPIKU STORES CRFA LEAGUE*
*WEEK13 DAY 16*
*FINAL ROUND 1 PREMIER DIVISION FIXTURES*
*Wednesday 18th July’2018*
-Ocasor fc vs Chisomo ideas @ Kalambo
*Thursday 19th July,2018*
-Mtsiriza united vs Kamuzu barracks youth @ Upper civo
*Saturday 21st July,2018*
-Lake valley fc vs Ocasor fc @ Nthumbo stadium
-Kamuzu barracks youth vs Mchinji Boma stars @ KBHQS
-Mbavi utd vs Ngolowindo fc @Mbavi
-Wimbe utd vs Holy Cross Ambassadors @ Wimbe
*Sunday 22July,2018*
-Dedza young Soccer vs Mlatho Mponela fc @ Dedza stadium
-Ngolowindo fc vs Airborne rangers @ Ngolowindo
-Msundwe utd vs Mchinji Boma stars @ Msundwe
-Support Battalion vs Ocasor fc @ Support
-Chisomo Ideas vs Lilongwe veterans @ UNICEF Chinsapo2
-Kasungu Police vs Mtsiriza utd @ Santhe Com
-Mbavi utd vs Imvani fc @ Mbavi
CRFA wishes all PREMIER teams all the best in Carlsberg cup 2018 Edition

Charles Musowa and Doris Fisher have defended the title in the Saturdays 2018 race at the summit of Mulanje

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Charles Musowa and Doris Fisher have defended the title in the Saturdays 2018 race at the summit of Mulanje Mountain, one of Southern Africa’s highest mountains at about 3000 metres above sea level.
Men’s 22 -kilometre race champions Musowa, who clocked 2:08 in 2017 on Saturday beat his own record to finish in 2 hours 5 minutes and Fisher, who won the women’s category in 2: 26: 36 hours last year on Saturday finished the line in 2 hours 38 minutes, said they are excited at the prospect of retaining the title.
“I was much prepared and geared to defend the title and with the K500,00 money prize at stake it boosted the morale,” said a 35-year Musowa.
Evance Nyezule came second while Mphatso Nandolo finished third in Men’s category.
Tereza Master and Dorothy Gawani finished in second and third position respectively in ladies’ category.
Main sponsor, TNM Plc has raised stakes for this year’s Mulanje Porters Race by 100 percent with winners of taking home K500,000 up from K250,000 each last year for the main roller-coaster of 22 kilometres.
TNM Plc Chief Officer- Sales & Marketing said the company was impressed with both organisation and turn out during the 2018 race.
“TNM is a patriotic promoter of the country’s sports and tourism and this race is in line with the company’s commitment of developing a wide range of sporting disciplines as well as promoting Malawi’s tourism industry,” said Makata
TNM Plc contributed K8.6 million towards the organisation of this year’s event.
Black Missionaries and Anthony Makondetsa spiced up the event
Mount Mulanje porters race is held annually and is patronized by both locals and internationals athletes. The mountain climb competition is celebrating its 22nd year.

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Amid the uncertainty surrounding their trip to Lilongwe, Nchalo United FC Saturday afternoon showed up against Kamuzu Barracks (KB) at Civo Stadium, where they nearly bagged full points against the soldiers in their first TNM Super League task of the week in the capital city.
Featuring a youthful side blended with some little experience, the Lower Shire giants started the match impressively, exposing cracks in the soldiers’ ranks.
The cane growers could have been three or four up by the break had they been clinical in front of goal.
They only got what they deserved two minutes after the resumption, when experienced striker Cuthbert Sinetre headed home from close range as a brilliant exchange of passes culminated into a cross by Onesmo Mbendera.
KB fought tooth and nail after trailing the youngsters and were rewarded in the 86th minute, when Samuel Chiponda headed in a cross from substitute Chimwemwe Chisambi.
KB assistant coach Ted Kalinda expressed disappointment with the result, which cost his side two valuable points.
“Playing at home, we were supposed to collect two points but we never played our usual game. We tried to come back in the second half but it was too late,” said Kalinda.
Nchalo coach McDonald Yobe lamented the missed scoring opportunities by his young charges and hoped for a better result against Civil Sporting FC in their last assignment of the week on Sunday.
The coach refused to dwell on the administrative problems that caused a cloud of uncertainty regarding the team’s availability for the remaining second round games.
“Those are administrative issues, which are being handled by the executive but on the technical side we are working as normal,” said Yobe…

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TNM Superleague
2018 Fixtures
Week 14
DAY 31
Saturday 14th July, 2018
Blue Eagles vs Tigers F.C @ Nankhaka 14:30hrs
Moyale vs Be Forward Wanderers @ Mzuzu Stadium 14:30hrs
Nyasa Big Bullets vs Red Lions @ Mulanje Park Stadium 14:30hrs
Kamuzu Barracks vs Nchalo United @ Civo Stadium 14:30hrs
TN Stars vs Dwangwa United @ Kasungu Stadium 14:30hrs
DAY 32
Sunday 15th July, 2018
Masters Security vs Tigers F.C @ Dedza Stadium 14:30hrs
Silver Strikers vs Blue Eagles @ Silver Stadium 14:30hrs
Mzuni F.C vs Be Forward Wanderers @ Mzuzu Stadium 14:30hrs
Civil Sporting vs Nchalo United @ Civo Stadium 14:30hrs

Under 20 squad leaving for South Africa(RSA)

Precious Sambani of Malawi celebrates goal teammates during the 2018 COSAFA match between Malawi and Botswana at Seshego Stadium, Polokwane on 30 May 2018 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

Under 20 squad leaving for South Africa(RSA)
Goalkeepers
1.Charles Thom.
(Dwangwa Fc. )
2.Hastings Banda
(Civo Sporting.)
Defenders.
3.Kelvin Kadzinje
(Mzuni Fc.)
4.Josephy Balakasi.
(Ntopwa Boys.)

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5.Charles Petro
(Nyasa Big Bullets Reserve.)
6:Hadji Wali
(Silver Reserve.)
7.Maxwell Paipi
(Silver Reserve.)
8.Sammy Byson
(Fomo fc.)
9.Innocent Shema.
(Silver Reserve.)
Midfielders.
10.Chinsinsi Maonga.

(Silver Reserve.)

11.Timothy Siliwimba
(Civil sporting.)

12.Auspicious Kadzongola (Nyasa Big Bullets Reserve.)

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13.David Daudi.
(Bullets Big Bullets Reserve.)

14.Paul Kasungwi
(Wizard fc.)
15.Franklin Titani .
(Maggie Chombo Academy.)
Strikers.
16.Peter Banda
(Griffin Stars.)
17.Chikondi Mbeta
(Blue Eagles.)
18.Andrew Malisero
(African Warriors in Kenya.)
19.Francisco Madinga
(Be forward Wanderers fc.)

20.Franks Chizuze (Silver Reserve.)

Technical Panel.
National Coach.
Ronny Vann Geneudgen
Head Coach
Meck Mwase
Ass Coach
Lovemore Fazili
Goalkeeper Trainer
Shaka Sbu Padambo
Team Manager
Aubrey Nankhuni
Doctor
Victor Jobo
Physiotherapist
Chikondi Mandalasi
Leader of Delegation
Jabber Alide

K12MILLION CHIPIKU STORES CRFA LEAGUE*&fixtures

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*K12MILLION CHIPIKU STORES CRFA LEAGUE*
*WEEK 12 DAY 24*
*THURSDAY*
*RESULTS*
*PREMIER DIVISION*
-Lilongwe veterans 1-2 Ngolowindo fc
-Mtsiriza utd 3-0 Imvani fc
-Mbavi utd 2-1 Ocasor fc
*FRIDAY 13TH JULY,2018*
-Ocasor fc vs Ngolowindo fc @ Kalambo
*SATURDAY 14TH JULY,2018*
-Kasungu Police vs Airborne rangers @ Santhe Com.
-Mbavi utd vs Dedza young Soccer @ Mbavi
-Mtsiriza utd vs Holy cross Ambassadors @ upper civo
*SUNDAY 15TH JULY’2018*
-Msundwe utd vs Imvani fc @ Msundwe
-Mlatho Mponela fc vs Kamuzu barracks youth @ Mponela
-Ocasor fc vs Dedza young Soccer @ Kalambo
-Mchinji Boma stars vs Mtsiriza utd @ Mchinji com
-Nambuma utd vs Jidi fc @ Nambuma
*DIVISION ONE*
*THURSDAY 12TH JULY’2018*
*RESULTS*
-Mitundu fc 1-0 Dzenza fc
-Ekas Freight wanderers 4-0 Majiga fc
-Area 25 fc 5-3 Kamwendo utd
-Chitedze strikers 3-2 Obings Pirates
-Namitete young rangers 1-5 Green rangers
-Tontolinto fc 2-1 Mbuna stars
*SATURDAY 14TH JULY’2018*
-Dowa utd vs Area 25 fc @ Dowa com
-Playfootball vs Mitundu fc @Likuni boys
-Mpingu fc vs Mbuna stars @Mpingu
-Namitete young rangers vs Kamwendo utd @ Namitete
-Green rangers vs Chitedze strikers @ Pondamale
-Luanar fc vs St Gabriel Medicals @NRC
-Balang’ombe real bombers vs Simbi fc @ Balang’ombe
-Majiga fc vs Tontolinto fc @ Majiga
*SUNDAY15TH JULY’2018*
-St Gabriel Medicals vs Kamwendo utd @ Namitondo
-Dzaleka Future fc vs Simbi fc @ Dzaleka
-Mpingu fc vs Dowa utd @ Mpingu
-Mitundu fc vs Ekas Freight wanderers @Mapemba
-Chitedze strikers vs Dzenza fc @Chitedze
-Obings Pirates vs Namitete young rangers
-Likuni Spurs vs Tontolinto fc @ Likuni boys sec
*DIVISION TWO*
*THURSDAY 12TH JULY,2018*
*RESULTS*
-M’bang’ombe rangers 3-2 Kalembe fc
-Chinkhoma fc 1-0 Kasiya Hungry Tigers
-Yalosi fc 2-0 Young Achievers
-Area 49 fc 3-1Thandizo Orphans

Rainbow Paints Blantyre and Districts Netball League (BDNL) defending champions Kukoma Diamond’s sparkling form continues a

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Rainbow Paints Blantyre and Districts Netball League (BDNL) defending champions Kukoma Diamond’s sparkling form continues as they have maintained their unbeaten run.
Diamonds, who clipped Gerald Tasaukadala Sisters 163-6 last Sunday, are at the summit of the table with 16 points from eight straight wins.
Coming on Diamonds neck is Thunder Queens, with 14 points from eight matches while
Prison Sisters are third position with a 48-39 victory over fourth placed Serenity Stars.
The old capital city ladies have amassed 12 points from eight outings while Serenity have 10 points from
the same number of matches.
Tigresses, who showed no mercy by walloping Polytechnic Sisters 97-9, maintains fifth place with eight points from seven fixtures.
According to BDNL general secretary Annie Hanjahanja-Billie, said they are impressed with the level of
competition in their League.
She said it is encouraging to see teams like Prison Sisters performing to spectator’s expectation.
“We urge people in Blantyre to continue patronizing these matches because they are entertaining. The
competition is tough in the league this season and we expect more to come,” she said.
Meanwhile, games will continue this coming Saturday with Polytechnic expected to take on Chilomoni
Sisters, while Serenity Stars hosts Gerald Tasaukadala.
After playing Polytechnic in the morning, Chilomoni Sisters will be back in the field of play with another
tricky fixture against Tigresses.
Rainbow Paints Blantyre and Districts Netball League:
Saturday 14th July 2018
1. Polytechnic VS Chilomoni Sisters@ 10.30am.
2. Serenity Stars VS Gerald Tasaukadala @ 12 noon.
3. Tigresses VS Chilomoni Sisters@ 1.30pm.
4. Polytechnic VS Gerald Tasaukadala @ 3pm. @ BYC.
5. Prison Sisters VS Machinjiri Sisters @ 2pm….. @ Zomba.

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2018 Fixtures
Week 14
DAY 31
Saturday 14th July, 2018
Blue Eagles vs Tigers F.C @ Nankhaka 14:30hrs
Moyale vs Be Forward Wanderers @ Mzuzu Stadium 14:30hrs
Nyasa Big Bullets vs Red Lions @ Mulanje Park Stadium 14:30hrs
Kamuzu Barracks vs Nchalo United @ Civo Stadium 14:30hrs
TN Stars vs Dwangwa United @ Kasungu Stadium 14:30hrs
DAY 32
Sunday 15th July, 2018
Masters Security vs Tigers F.C @ Dedza Stadium 14:30hrs
Silver Strikers vs Blue Eagles @ Silver Stadium 14:30hrs
Mzuni F.C vs Be Forward Wanderers @ Mzuzu Stadium 14:30hrs
Civil Sporting vs Nchalo United @ Civo Stadium 14:30hrs

Malawi under-20 national football team defeated hosts, Zambia

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Malawi under-20 national football team defeated hosts, Zambia, 1-0 Sunday in a warm-up match for next month’s Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) third and final qualifying two-legged matches against South Africa.
The Junior Flames, who lost 1-0 to the Zambians recently in yet another friendly, scored the lone goal through Andrew Maliselo in the fourth minute.
Interestingly, South Africa will also warm up for Malawi by playing against the Zambians. Malawi were without key players such as Peter Banda and Tony Biyasi who are sitting for Malawi School Certificate of Education examinations.
The winner of the match between Malawi and South Africa will qualify for the 2019 Afcon finals in Niger.