TNM Super League: Bullets lose 1-0 to Dedza Dynamos as Silver beat KB in Lilongwe

By McLloyd Kudzingo

FCB Nyasa Big Bullets’ title defense took a blow on Thursday when it stumbled to a 1-0 defeat against Dedza Dynamos at Dedza Stadium.

Bullets had a chance to open a three point gap at the top of the TNM Super league standings but their poor record at Dedza Stadium continued as they were humbled by the home side.

Clement Nyondo scored the only goal of the match just two minutes from kick-off as he connected well a free-kick taken by Lameck Ghamphani.

In Lilongwe, Chimwemwe Idana scored in the added time to give Silver Strikers victory over Kamuzu Barracks in a match played at Bingu National Stadium (BNS).

Silver were the first to score through Patrick Macheso at 12 minutes in the first half but Olson Kanjira leveled the scores for the soldiers in the second half.

Just when everybody thought that the match was going to end in a draw, Idana had other thoughts as he scored in the added time to give the central bankers the much needed three points.

In Blantyre, Mighty Mukuru Wanderers missed an opportunity to go top on the log table as the were held to a goalless draw by Mighty Tigers at Kamuzu Stadium.

Following Thursday’s results, Bullets remain top on the table with 56 points, level with second placed Silver Strikers, but the People’s team have a superior goal difference with a game in hand.

Wanderers are third with 55 points five points ahead of Kamuzu Barracks who are perched on position four with 45 points after playing 29 games.

The super league matches continues on Saturday as Bangwe All Stars who are on position 6, host 11th placed Civil Service United at Mpira Stadium.

At Mzuzu Stadium, it will be an all soldiers affair as 14th placed Moyale Barracks takes on Mafco FC who are on position 12 on the log table.

Next week, Bullets will travel to Karonga where they will face 8th placed Karonga United at Karonga Stadium on Thursday, November 30.