Bad TNM Super League start for travelling teams

By McLloyd Blessings Kudzingo

TNM Super League travelling teams had hugely unsuccessful first- week
outings, registering three losses, two wins and four draws in nine
matches over the weekend.
Save for Be Forward Wanderers’ 1-0 win over defending Champions
Kamuzu Barracks and Mafco’s 1-0 win over Civo Sporting at Civo, the
rest of the teams had a bad weekend as they had goalless meetings and some ended up loosing to the host teams

Nsanzurwimo Ramadhan: Bullets coach

“We missed early chances, but officiation was not good aswell,” Nyasa
Big Bullets coach Nsazuwrimo Ramadhan said in a post-match interview
in Mzuzu.
Moyale Barracks silenced Bullets through the Alisten Black’s first
half goal at Mzuzu Stadium on Sunday.
On Saturday, Bullets were held to a goal less draw at the hands of
roockies Chitipa United.
Elsewhere,Blantyre United’s return to the top flight met a match to
forget as the team suffered a 1-4 loss at the hands of the Zomba based soldiers Red Lions.

Dwangwa united pulled off a 1-0 win over another travelling side-new
comers Masters Security on Saturday and Mzuni drew 0-0 against Blue
Eagles at Nankhaka on Sunday.
Silver Strikers got two points out of a possible six as they were held
to a 0-0 and 1-1 draws away against Premier Bet Wizards and Azam
Tigers on Saturday and Sunday respectively.
After the first week of the TNM Super League, Red Lions are on top and
their 2015 golden boot winner Innocent Bokosi is the current top goal
scorer after scoring a hat-trick against Blantyre United on Sunday.