Regional leagues back in action


Southern and Central region football leagues are, after a two-week break, set to kick off their second round games this weekend.

Southern Region Masters Security Services league failed to kick off last weekend due to financial problems.

Southern Region Football Association Vice-General Secretary, Kingsley Simbeye, confirmed the development.


“We were waiting for part payment from our sponsor [Masters Security Services Limited] and the treasurer has just assured me that they have sorted out the issue.

“Some teams also had outstanding balances which affected us, as we could not honour officiation costs. But all is set and we are working on the fixtures this week so that we can kick off on Saturday,” Simbeye said.

The battle for Super League promotion will be between Nchalo United, who lead the log table with 47 points from 20 games and Mangochi Challengers who have 42 points from the same number of games.


Nyasa Big Bullets Reserve lead Division One log table with 44 points followed by Naming’omba who have 42 points.

Chipiku Central Region Football Association Vice-General Secretary, Antonio Manda, said all was set for the second-round kick-off.

Holy Cross Ambassadors lead the Premier Division table with 35 points from 19 games followed by Wimbe United with the same tally of points.

Lilongwe Veterans have 44 points followed by Mitundu with 40 points in Division One whereas Kanyenda lead Division One with 31 points followed by Mbuna’s 30 points.

In the Northern Region Simama Premier Division, Ekwendeni Hammers have displaced Karonga United at the top of the table with 38 points followed by Bolero United at 38.

With two games behind the leaders, Karonga United are on third position with 37 points.

Hammers and Bolero have played 21 games each.

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