Kabwe Warriors have secured a swift return to the Super Division after winning the Division 1 South league with five games to spare.

Warriors were confirmed as Division 1 South champions on Saturday following a 3-0 win over Paramilitary thanks to striker Idriss Mbombo’s hat-trick at Godfrey Chitalu Stadium.

Congolese Mbombo’s 21st, 22nd and 23rd goals of the season helped Warriors return to the Super Division after an absence of one season having amassed 70 points from 29 matches.

Mohamed Fathi’s legendry club have unassailable 17 point lead at the top and have so far posted 22 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses while scoring 53 and conceding 13 goals in the season.

Meanwhile, second placed Lusaka Tigers are 17 points adrift of Kabwe Warriors while Nampundwe in third place, are two points behind the Matero outfit.

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8 COMMENTS

  1. Chawama sana nomba na league yalabako nomuchinshi. Its like the old NFL: Magnificent, Mighty, brave Rangers, tulefwayafye stylish Roan na Ndola United ninshi Zambia will win the World Cup

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    • What in 2nd division they are players scoring more goals than Kalengo, 23 goals!!? Wish that Mbombo was a Zambian, sell him to TP Mazembe.

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  2. ..its a relief for some of us from Kabwe town to hear such news especially after having been trounced by the artillery team this afternoon in the EPL….

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  3. Comment: Well done boys. We have with you through thick and thin even when we were scolded by other teams. We are now back, we are going to show that njanji ni njanji. FAZ league yawama nomba!

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  4. Congratulations to Kabwe Worriers.
    I am very delighted to see how close Nampundwe are to joining the top football league in Zambia. Nampundwe is one team that has been in division 1 for some time, consistently within top four of the table. I hope the Nampundwe based team concentrates on the remaining games and win ALL of them. An advantage if they haven’t already met Lusaka Tigers the second time already! Go Nampundwe Go!

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  5. Well done boys. We always had confidence that we would bounce back to the top league where we belong. Bravo!!!!!

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