Nyasa Big Bullets Women triumph

Thom Mkolongo

Nyasa Big Bullets have finished the 2022 season in style after clinching Fam Women’s Southern Region Football League with one match to spare.

They were confirmed champions following 4-0 victory over Ntopwa at Kamuzu Stadium on Saturday.

Scorchers striker Marry Chavinda scored a brace whereas Vanessa Chikupira and Zainab Kapanda were on target each.


Following the victory, Bullets have 39 points from 13 matches, six points above second-placed Ntopwa. This means Bullets, Ntopwa and Evirom, who have 27 points from 13 matches, have qualified for the 2022 Fam National Women’s Championship which will take place this year at a date and venue yet to be confirmed.

Bullets Women Coach Maggie Chombo heaped praise on the players.

“I am really happy with the performance of the players. Our aim is to defend the national championship,’’ Chombo said.


In the Central Region, the battle for top three places is between four teams namely DD Sunshine, Destiny Academy (now Kamuzu Barracks Lioness), Ascent Academy and Civil Service United.

Sunshine are top on goal difference as they have 21 points from nine matches, at par with Destiny and Ascent. Civil are fourth with 20 points from nine matches.

Ascent Coach Thom Mkolongo said this year’s league is the toughest ever.

“The level of competition is very high,’’ Mkolongo said.

In the Northern Region, CY Sisters are on the verge of qualifying for the national championship. They have 37 points from 13 matches followed by Moyale Sisters and Topic on 28 points and 24 points, respectively.

Regional champions will pocket K2 million whereas the runners-up will get K1 million. The third-placed team and fourth-placed team will receive K750,000 and K500,000, respectively.

Blantyre Zero (now Bullets Women) won the 2021 edition after beating Sunshine 3-1 at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.  

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