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Kabwe Warriors maintains lead in Division One South

Sports Kabwe Warriors maintains lead in Division One South

Kabwe Warriors preserved their one point lead at the top of the FAZ Division One South table after edging visiting Lusaka City Council 1-0 at home on Sunday.

Forward Idriss Mbombo scored the lone goal as Warriors recorded their third victory in the opening four matches.

The win pushed the legendary club to ten points, just one above, second placed Nampundwe.

Nampundwe remained second following an away 3-1 win at Paramilitary in Lusaka.

There were also wins for Riflemen, Mumbwa Medics and Malaiti Rangers who are all in the top five.

Elsewhere in Division One South, City of Lusaka dropped from 15 to 16th position on the table after losing 3-1 at Malaiti Rangers to remain stuck on two points from four games.

In the Northern Division, Allan Kamwanga’s Lumwana Radiants moved into second place after beating Indeni 1-0 in Lumwana on Sunday.

Gozon Mutale scored the solitary goal to help Lumwana move to nine points, just one behind, leaders Kansanshi Dynamos.

Kansanshi stayed top despite a 1-1 draw with Mufulira Blackpool that ended their perfect start to the season.

At Garden Park Stadium, midfielder Chileshe Musonda scored a 55th minute goal to help Kitwe United record their first win of the season with a 1-0 defeat of Roan United.

Ex-Green Buffaloes striker Brian Chilando grabbed a brace when his side Copperbelt Buffaloes thumped Mining Rangers 2-0 in Kitwe.

Konkola Mine Police posted their fourth consective defeat after losing 1-0 to little known Zesco Solwezi in Chililabombwe.

Ndola United were thumped 3-1 by their new Ndola rivals Gomes Wanderers at Musa Kasonka Stadium in Masala Township.

FAZ DIVISION 1 WEEK 4

North
Chindwin 1- Chambishi 1
Kitwe United 1-Roan United 0
Lumwana 1- Indeni 0
Kalulushi Modern Stars 1-FQM 0
Mining Rangers 0- Copperbelt Buffaloes 2
Konkola Mine Police 0- Zesco Solwezi 1
Ndola United 1- Gomes 3
Kansanshi Dynamos 1- Mufulira Blackpool 1
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South
Livingstone Pirates 1- Prisons 1
Matero United 1- Katete Rangers 2
Kabwe Warriors 1- Lusaka City Council 0
Lusaka Tigers1- Luena Buffaloes 0
Malaiti Rangers 3- City of Lusaka 1
Paramilitary 3- Nampundwe 1
Mumbwa Medics 1-Kalomo Jetters 0

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  1. History of Zambian soccer is incomplete without mentioning “magnificent” Kabwe Warriors. Godfrey Chitalu, Clement “Soweto” Banda, Gibby Zulu, Godfrey Munshya, Gautier Kituka, Aggripa Banda, Mathews Ndhlovu, Jack Chanda, Timothy Mwitwa, Samuel Chomba, Whiteson Changwe and many such others were such great players that stadiums could be filled to capacity each time Kabwe Warriors played a match. The team should surely get back where it belongs. “Mighty” Mufulira Wanderes have come back after being relegated to Division One football for years.

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