Moyale Barracks on Sunday returned to the pinnacle of the flagship Super League after beating fellow millitary side Kamuzu Barracks (KB) 3-2 in a thrfiller at Dedza Stadium.
Following the win, Moyale now have 23 points from 11 games. Their marksman Gastin Simkonda struck a brace while Deus Nkutu scored the other. The centrepiece of the encounter was Simkonda’s 40-metre drive which was the talking point.
Kelvin Hanganda and Vincent Mphepo scored for KB.
Big Bullets failed to reclaim the top slot after being held to a 1-all draw by Azam Tigers. Bullets took the lead after only two minutes through Diverson mlozi, but the Kau-Kau Boys equalised in the last minute of added tinme from a penalty that was converted by Stanely Sanudi.
Bullets are second with 21 points from 10 games.
In Zomba, Silver Strikers suffered one of their worst defeats in recent times when they went down 5-2 to Red Lions. The hero of the afternoon in the Lions den was their striker Kumbukani Mwambeni who scored four goals with Matheews Simbeyi scored the other. Green Harawa and Sam Gunda were on target for Silver who are fourth from the bottom with eight points from 11 games.
Mighty Wanderers went to steps up from the bottom of the table after a 1-0 win over Epac FC. Cuthbert Sinetre scored the lone goal of the match from a penalty.
The Nomads now have seven points from 10 games.