Super League kicks off on high note

Be Foward Wanderers

The 2016 TNM Super League kicked off last weekend on high note.
Defending champions Nyasa Big Bullets rolled off their title defence campaign with a goalless draw against Moyale Barracks at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.
The People’s Team had a chance to win the game when they were awarded a penalty in the second half, but Muhammad Sulumba’s spot-kick was kept out by Moyale goalminder Juma Chikwenga.
Last season’s runners-up Mafco edged Mzuni 1-0 while Civo United showed strong charecter by coming from behind to hold Kamuzu Barracks to a two-all draw.
On Sunday, Be Forward Wanderers came from behind to beat Silver Strikers 2-1 at Silver Stadium.
Duncan Nyoni put the Bankers ahead in the 25th minute from a Lucky Malata freekick, but the Nomads equalised in the 33rd minute through Francis Mulimbika.
Former Silver forward Peter Wadabwa struck the winner for Wanderers following a cross from Nigerian Bello Amosi.
At Kamuzu Stadium, Azam Tigers survived rookies Max Bullets’ scare when they came from behind to force a two-all draw.
In Lilongwe, new signing Victor Nyirenda’s lone goal ensured that Blue Eagles bagged full points against newcomers Dwangwa United.


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