Super League first round concluded

Surestream in action against Silver Strikers

The first round of the TNM Super League was concluded on Sunday  with the last match between Civo United and Fisd Wizards at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.
The match ended in a draw.
Wizards, who anchor the 15-team league with eight points,  dominated the proceedings, but could not take their chances.
This was the third successive draw for the rookies, who the previous day, held Kamuzu Barracks. They also held Silver Strikers to a one-all draw the previous weekend.
Civo have finished on 10th position with 16 points.
Struggling giants Civo United and Kamuzu Barracks have both conceded the least number of goals this far (12). Another new side in the league Dedza Young Soccer Stars conceded the highest number of goals—30.
Wizards, Epac F.C, Dedza Young Soccer and Airborne Rangers are yet to win away. The flying soldiers have managed to score once away. Bullets and Blue Eagles are yet to lose at home while the Nomads, Red Lions and the champions have not lost away.
260 goals have so far been witnessed in the elite league after 105 games a goal more than last season at the same stage.
Innocent Bokosi of Red Lions leads the chase for the golden boot with nine goals. Lucky Malata of Silver Strikers, Chisomo Mpachika of Dedza Young Soccer, Justin Kamanga and Richard Chande both of Epac F.C have scored past their own goal keepers. John Malidadi Jnr of Blue Eagles and Green Harawa of Silver Strikers have both managed to score hat tricks this far.


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