Barely four days after their elder brothers surrendered the Carlsberg Cup to Nyasa Big Bullets, Be Forward Wanderers Under-20 took it upon themselves to revenge for their seniors.
Wanderers Under-20 defeated convincingly Bullets Under-20 3-1 in a Blantyre District FMB Youth Football League match at Chiwembe Ground on Wednesday.
The league’s Fixtures’ Secretary, Joseph Semu, said the rivalry between the two clubs was also strong at the junior level.
“Both teams might not be doing well in the league, but whenever they meet, there is always an explosion due to the rivalry of their senior teams,” he said.
In the youth league, Wanderers are on fourth position with 37 points from 20 games whereas Bullets have 22 points from 19 games and they are on position 11.
Meanwhile, Griffin Young Stars, Kangaroo Academy and Maggie Chombo Academy are hot title contenders for the league.
Griffin defeated Cass Pirates 3-1 on Wednesday at BYC to collect 50 points from 20 games.
Griffin have maintained their five-point gap over second-placed Maggie Chombo, who defeated Lyzee United 4-2.
Chombo have 45 points from 20 games.
Third-placed Kangaroo Academy, under the guidance of former Flames team manager and defender, Clement Kafwafwa, also kept their silverware dreams alive with a 4-1 win over Kings Youth.
In other results, Blantyre United Youth defeated Namiwawa FC 1-0 whereas Uwe kicks baptised Tigers Under-20, 8-1.
Ndirande Stars went down 1-2 to Future Stars whereas Mtopwa Super Boys beat Wizards Youth 3-0.
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