Red Lions return to the top

No Bekeshu dance for the Nomads at the Chilomoni Stadium

Red Lions on Sunday returned to the top of the TNM Super League after pipping Dwangwa United 1-0 at Balaka Stadium.

McPeter Makwale scored the lone goal that enabled the army side to dislodge PremierBet Wizards who temporarily climbed to the top after beating Mzuzu University(Mzuni) FC 1-0 on Saturday through Mischeck Botomani’s goal.

Lions, just like Wizards, have 15 points but are separated by goal difference. They have played eight games each.

On third position are Be Forward Wanderers who were held to a goalless draw by Azam Tigers at Chilomoni Stadium in Blantyre.

While maintaining their unbeaten record, theNomads winning streak was brought to an end.

However, the are still yet to concede a goal

Strong-willed Azam Tigers yesterday brought Be Forward Wanderers’ 100 percent TNM Super League record to an end when they held them to a goalless draw in a contest that ebbed and flowed in equal measure at Chilomoni Stadium in Blantyre.

However, the Nomads are yet to concede in five games proving that clean sheets are not only found in laundries.

The Nomads are now third in the 16-team league with 13 points from five games, two short of leaders Lions and second-placed Wizards.

The Kau-Kau Boys are breathing down the Nomads’ necks on fourth position also with 13 points from nine games.

In other games, champions Kamuzu Barracks (KB) beat their brothers in arms Mafco FC 2-0 at Chitowe ground in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota, Kelvin Hanganda and Harvey Nkacha scored for KB.

Moyale Barracks beat rookies Masters Security 2-1. Deus Nkutu and Victor Gondwe were on target for Moyale whereas Mabuchi Nkosi scored for Masters.