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Kansanshi go top of FAZ Div 1 Zone 2

Sports Kansanshi go top of FAZ Div 1 Zone 2

Kansanshi Dynamos have returned to the top of the FAZ Division 1 Zone 2 table after a 2-2 draw at ZNS Lwamfumu in Mansa on Wednesday.

A point earned from this rescheduled week 17 encounter helped Kansanshi to open a one point lead at the summit of the Zone 2 standings.

Goals from Lloyd Alufonso and Leonard Boshe were vital as Kansanshi led by coach Israel Mwanza increased their tally to 35 points after 18 matches played.

Lwamfumu coached by Kebby Hachipuka scored their two goals through Hebthton Mambwe and Vincent Chenda

Lwamfumu remain 5th on the table despite increasing their tally to 26 points

Meanwhile, Indeni, who climbed to the top of the Zone 2 table on Sunday, drops into second place and remain on 24 points.

Kitwe United are third on the table with 33 points after playing 18 matches.

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