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Easter Monday Match Reports

Sports Easter Monday Match Reports

FAZ PREMIER LEAGUE EASTER MONDAY MATCH REPORTS.

09/04/2007.

NAKAMBALA LEOPARDS 1- KABWE WARRIORS 0.

Nakambala Leopards ended Kabwe Warriors two-match unbeaten run to see the hosts record only their second win of the season in Mazabuka

The games lone goal came in the 55th minute through Signs Chibambo.

FOREST RANGERS 0- ZANACO 0.

Defending league champions Zanaco FC’s 100 percent run ended today after drawing 0-0 at Forest Rangers in Ndola where they also finished by the same score line in the two sides previous top-flight meeting there last season.

Zanaco had prior to today’s result at Dola Hill won all their three league matches since the start of campaign.

NATIONAL ASSEMBLY 0- ROAN UNITED 0.

Roan United continue to make steady progress moving slowly away from the drop zone when today they collected 1 point at National Assembly FC in Lusaka where the match finished scoreless.

ZAMTEL 1- CITY OF LUSAKA 1.

Zamtel FC scored their debut top-flight goal today after drawing 1-1 with fellow promoted side City of Lusaka at Musa Kasonka stadium in Ndola .

Joseph Mwenya scored for Peter Kaumba’s Zamtel while Marvin Chipampe got the other goal for visiting City.

LUSAKA DYNAMOS 1- ZESCO UNITED 1.

Lusaka Dynamos recovered from their humiliating 4-0 away defeat on Saturday to new leaders Young Arrows after drawing 1-1 at home this afternoon with visiting Zesco United.

Dynamos were on their way to victory after Lameck Banda put them ahead in the 59th minute but Zesco stole a late equalizer through Enoch Sakala in the 89th minute to see the two sides share the points.

POWER DYNAMOS 0- YOUNG ARROWS 1.

Promoted Young Arrows are the surprise new leaders at the end of the Easter weekends action after humiliating Power Dynamos 1-0 away at Arthur Davies stadium in Kitwe.

A 38th minute goal from Kruger Mwansa settled the game when he slotted in a double-rebound off goalkeeper Rabson Muchelenganga following some casual defending by the hosts.

Power huffed and puffed throughout against a resolute Young Arrows, who are unbeaten in two successive league games, but failed to spark after enjoying a good spell prior to the winning goal.

NCHANGA RANGERS 1- KONKOLA BLADES 2.

A brace by striker Precious Mpondela secured the 3 points for Konkola Blades in their derby against neighbors Nchanga Rangers to help end the Chililabombwe sides’ two-match losing streak.

Mpondela struck in the 48th minute before while Rangers equalized in six minutes after the hour mark through veteran defender Justin Kunda.

The Blades striker made sure of the 3 points with his second of the day in the 84th minute to bring his total tally of the season to three goals.

RED ARROWS- GREEN BUFFALOES (POSTPONED).

TABLE.

P W L D F A PTS

1

YOUNG ARROWS

7

4

2

1

9

11

13

2

KONKOLA BLADES

7

4

2

0

8

6

12

3

NCHANGA

6

3

1

2

8

5

11

4

CITY OF LUSAKA

7

3

2

2

8

7

11

5

LUSAKA DYNAMOS

6

3

1

2

1

5

11

6

ZESCO UTD

6

3

2

1

6

3

10

7

ZANACO

4

3

0

1

4

0

10

8

KABWE WARRIORS

7

2

2

3

10

8

9

9 RED ARROWS

6

2

4

0

5

9

6

10

BUFFALOES

2

2

0

0

5

1

6

11

NAKAMBALA

5

2

3

0

4

6

6

12

POWER DYNAMOS

4

2

2

0

3

3

6

13

NAT ASSEMBLY

7

1

3

3

5

7

6

14

ROAN UTD

7

1

4

2

5

9

5

15

FOREST RANGERS

6

0

2

4

3

7

4

16

ZAMTEL

7

0

4

3

1

6

3

2 COMMENTS

  1. Hats off to “Sharp”Konkola Blades for hummering Nchanga Rangers 2-1 yes.day!!!The 2 loses at the hands of L.Dynamos and Power Dynamos respectively came at wrong hours.Hope this victory over Rangers will give you confidence in next games.Well done guys.Congratulations to Mr.D.Mwiinde for coming up with such a solid team.To the boys,I would say remain focused and don’t be phobic.You can sort out any local team.Do not play names,e.g.Zanaco,Power,GBFC,etc.You’re very talented and your trainer, D.Mwiinde is fantastic so there is no limit to what you can achieve this season.Avoid over playing and only aim for getting a club here in europe.You’re really delighting us.Nchanga Rangers listen,”they say once beaten twice shy”.You’ve to respect Blades.This message goes to other local teams too.I think Blades’ll be a great problem to many teams this year.BRAVO SHARP RAZOR!!!!

  2. The winner between Zambia U23 and their Mozambique counterparts has been drawn in the same group as Algeria, Egypt and the winners of the Senegal/Guinea tie for the All Africa Games. This is a tough group which calls for serious preparations if our team is to do better. Iam optimistic that Mozambique cannot overturn the 4-0 bashing they suffered at their home ground. It is for this reason that i ask the soccer administrators to cast the net wide in the selection of payers to the national team. Up to now, i still dont understand why Ben Mwanza of Roan United is never considered for such engangements. This is a player of incredible skill and pedigree that could deliver for mother Zambia. Watchout for this player in this year’s soccer season!

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