Bullets march on after narrow victory against KB

By Staff Reporter

Babatunde Adepoju’s ninth league goal of the campaign proved decisive for leaders Nyasa Big Bullets as the People’s team beat Kamuzu Barracks 1-0 at Civo Stadium.

The Nigerian broke the deadlock in the 74th minute in a tight game with a superb strike after receiving a cross from Gomezgani Chirwa.

The win means that Bullets has now accumulated 38 points and they are eight-points clear at the summit of the League followed by Blue Eagles who drew against Ekwendeni Hammers on Saturday.

In other matches played on Sunday, Dedza Dynamos beat Ekwendeni Hammers 3-2 as Karonga United and Sable Farming shared the spoils at Karonga Stadium.

On Tuesday, Civil Service United will host Mighty Mukuru Wanderers and on Wednesday, Silver Strikers will play TN Stars at Silver Stadium.

Rumphi United, TN Stars and Sable Farming remain in the relegation zone after accumulating less than 12 points from 13 games.