Bullets maintain unbeaten run: TNM Super League Update

Written by  Yamikani Simutowe

League leaders Nyasa Big Bullets maintained their perfect run in the TNM Super League when they beat Nchalo United 2-0 at Mulanje Park Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

NBB players celebrate after scoring one of the goals NBB players celebrate after scoring one of the goals
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The win also enabled the People’s Team to create a six-point gap between them and second-placed Silver Strikers who lost 1-2 away to Azam Tigers on Saturday.


Bullets scored through midfielders Nelson Kangunje and Mike Mkwate. The People’s Team now has 38 points from 16 games.


Elsewhere, TN Starts claimed a 2-0 home win over Karonga United at Kasungu Stadium. Mafco suffered 0-2 home defeat to Masters Security at Chitowe Stadium in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota.


Moyale bagged three points after beating their brothers in arms Red Lions 2-1 at Mzuzu Stadium.


In games played on Saturday, Be Forward Wanderers narrowly beat Kamuzu Barracks 1-0 at Balaka Stadium. The Nomads got their lone goal through Zicco Nkanda in the added time.


Tigers FC came from behind to claim a 2-1 win over Silver Strikers at Mulanje Stadium. Striker Khuda Muyaba put the Bankers ahead in the half time, but the home side bagged three points, thanks to second half goals from Luka Milanzi and Boston Kabango.


Dwangwa United restricted Blue Eagles to a 1-1 draw at Chitowe Stadium in Dwangwa, Nkhotakota. The home side scored through Ganizani James while Denis Nandolo equalized for Blue Eagles.


Mzuni FC suffered a 0-1 home defeat to Red Lions at Mzuzu Stadium. The visitors netted through Willard John.


Civil Sporting and Karonga United pocketed a point each after settling for a 1-all draw at Civo Stadium. Karonga scored through Sheriff Simama (penalty) and Christopher Kumwembe grabbed the equalizer for the home side in added time.


Wanderers are third with 31 points from 16 games, followed by Civil Sporting with 26 points from the same number of games.


Blue Eagles are fifth with 25 points while Red Lions are seventh 21 with points from 16 games each.


Dwangwa are thirteenth with 17 points whereas Mzuni FC are third from the bottom with 15 points. Nchalo United are anchoring the 16 member-log table with 10 points from 16 games.

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