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Alba Iulia
Monday, April 6, 2020

Warriors shoot down Green Buffaloes

Sports Warriors shoot down Green Buffaloes

Kabwe Warriors picked up their second straight win on Sunday to stay in the top six following an away win over fifth placed Green Buffaloes in a lunchtime kickoff at Woodlands Stadium in Lusaka.

Warriors beat Buffaloes 1-0 but stay 6th and are one point behind their hosts on 32 and 33 points respectively after 20 games played.

Godfrey Ngwenya’s 72nd minute header sealed the three points for Warriors who picked up their second straight win after beating Lusaka Dynamos by the same margin at home in Kabwe on July 22.

And in the late kickoff at the same venue, Tennant Chilumba’s Napsa Stars suffered their third straight loss after going down 1-0 at home to 7th placed Red Arrows who have 29 points. .

Francis Kombe scored the winner in the 80th minute to ensure Napsa remain third from last in 16th place inside the bottom four relegation zone.

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    • They havent shot me yet and Iam voting UPND. In Africa,
      leaders who taste power never want to leave. But change is constant and should be encouraged always. I wish magufuli and that Benin president can hammer some sense in foolish Zambians.

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