Wanderers return from the northern region with maximum points as Bullets dislodge Blue Eagles on the super league summit

By McLloyd Kudzingo

Mighty Mukuru Wanderers is the team of the week after winning all their two assignments in the Northern Region.

On Saturday, the Nomads beat 12th placed Ekwendeni Hammers 2-1 at Rumphi Stadium before beating 14th placed Rumphi United 4-1 24 hours later at the same venue.

Misheck Botomani gave the visitors the lead in the 33rd minute before Stanley Sanudi scored the second goal 5 minutes later.

Muhammad Sulumba increased Nomads’ lead in the second half before scoring his second in the game and 5th in league in the 74th minute.

The Lali Lubani boys have now dislodged Kamuzu Barracks on position 3 with 19 points while KB are fourth having accumulated 18 points from 10 games.

In another match played on Sunday, rookies Sable Farming stunned capital city giants Silver Strikers with a 2-all draw in a match that took place at Mulanje Park Stadium.

Madalitso Chiumia and Christopher Gototo scored for Sable while Stain Davie and Hardy Ng’andu were on target for the central bankers.

Silver are on position 5 with 15 points from 10 games while Sable Farming are on position 9 having played 9 games as well.

In Kasungu, Patrick Mwaungulu claimed a brace as Nyasa Big Bullets beat TN Stars 2-0 to dislodge Blue Eagles FC at the top of the log table.

The People’s team have now accumulated 29 points and Blue Eagles are following them with 27 points having played the same number of games as Bullets.

In Mzuzu, Dedza Dynamos secured a deserving 2-1 away win against Moyale Barracks at Mzuzu Stadium. Charles Chipala scored both goals for Dynamos while Lloyd Njaliwa scored Moyale’s equalizer.