After an eight month break due to COVID-19 Pandemic the country’s elite League returned to action as the 2020/ 2021 TNM Super League season kicked off over the weekend.
The 2020 season was stopped a day before kickoff on March 20, 2020 due to COVID 19 and the football fraternity had to wait for such a long time with the season now changed to run from November to July.
The new season kicked off with eight matches across the country.
On Saturday defending champions playing out a goalless draw against Blue Eagles at the Kamuzu Stadium.
Karonga United played out a one all draw with Chitipa United while Zeliat Nkhoma’s lone goal gave Kamuzu Barracks a 1-0 win over Rockies Ekwendeni Hammers.
Macfo and Red Lions played out a one all draw while Tigers beat TN Stars 2-1.
On Sunday defender Ted Sumani rescued Wanderers a point in Mzuzu as they drew 1 all with Mzuzu Warriors who scored early in the game through Steve Madimba.
Civil Service FC claimed Capital City bragging rights after beating rivals Silver Strikers 2-1 with goals from Ranken Mwale and Raphael Phiri while Foster Biton scored the consolation for Silver Strikers.
Ntopwa United were the biggest winners in the opening week following their 3-0 win over Moyale Barracks and they sit top of the table on goal difference.
The following were the full results of week One:
Saturday 28th November, 2020
Nyasa Big Bullets 0 Blue Eagles 0
Karonga United 1 (Balikihno Mwakanyongo) Chitipa United 1 (Emmanuel Muyira)
Ekwendeni Hammers 0 Kamuzu Barracks 1 (Zeliat Nkhoma)
MAFCO F.C (Peter Kasonga )1 Red Lions 1 (Stanley Duwe)
Tigers F.C 2 ( Martin Nsema, Tony Mbulu) T N Stars 1 (Trouble Banda)
Sunday 29th November, 2020
Mzuzu Warriors F.C 1 (Stevie Madimba )Be Forward Wanderers 1 (Ted Sumani)
Ntopwa F.C 3 (Mphatso Magaleta,George Nyirenda,Arthur Moffatt) Moyale 0
Civil Service F.C 2 (Ranken Mwale, Raphael Phiri) Silver Strikers 1 (Foster Bitoni)