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Lumwana promotion charge on track

Lumwana Radiants march to a historical Super Division promotion gathered momentum Wednesday afternoon after the Solwezi based side overcame Roan United 2-0.

Radiants have opened a four point lead over Kalulushi Modern Stars who were held 1-1 away at Real Nakonde.

Radiants could become the first ever club from the North Western Province of Zambia to ever grace the top flight if they gain promotion.

Mufulira Blackpool failed to capitalise on Stars slip as the third placed perennial promotional pushers eked out a barren draw at Zesco Luapula.

Radiants have 59, Kalulushi 55 and Blackpool 53 with four matches left to play in Division One North.

In Division One South, Mohammed Fathy’s already impressively promoted Kabwe Warriors drew 0-0 with Matero United.

Second placed Lusaka Tigers under the excellent former Zambia winger Dickson “Lusha” Chanda Mwape battled to a hard fought 2-3 win at Riflemen.

But Prison Leopards kept the pressure on Tigers with a 2-0 win over Kafue Celtic in the battle for the second promotion spot.

[Ba Muzo]


Chambishi 2 – 0 Konkola Mine Police
Zesco Luapula 0 – 0 Mufulira Blackpool
Kansanshi Dynamos1- 0 Ndola United
Copperbelt Buffaloes 1- 0 Zesco Solwezi
Real Nakonde 1 – 1 Kalulushi M. Stars
Indeni 2 – 1 Gomes
Mining Rangers 2 – 1 Kitwe United
Chindwin Sentries 1 – 2 FQMO Mining
Lumwana Radiants 2-0 Roan Utd


City of Lusaka 2-0 Paramilitary FC
Lusaka City Council 1- 1 Kalomo Jetters
Mumbwa Medics 1-0 Zesco Shockers
Mongu Youth Soccer Academy 3-4 Nampundwe
Kabwe Warriors 0-0 Matero Utd
Prisons Leopards 2-0 Kafue Celtic
Rifflemen 2-3 Lusaka Tigers
Malaiti Rangers 4-1 Katete Rangers
Livingstone Pirates 1-0 Luena Buffaloes

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17 Comments to Lumwana promotion charge on track

  1. Prince says:

    Godspeed! Hope they make and rewrite the history books on Zambian football!

  2. Billy says:

    At last Premier league football in North Western Province. Good for Zambian football.

  3. Mula@*" says:

    Lumwana we are behind u!!

  4. Slim says:

    The “Dont Kubeba” stadium project in Western Province should b shelved and moved to Solwezi just between Lumwana turnoff and Solwezi! They not only need it but deserve it going by the perfomance of the four rural teams in the province. The brilliant perfomance of the four reflect abundant talent in the area. Believe me this is a sleeping giant in terms of sports such football and boxing!

  5. mambwej says:

    Very true @ Slim. this is where Makinka, chilengi, among others came from. we need a stadium in this area, coz things can turn out to be 2 teams from solwezi into premier soon. the mines are expected to pump in a lot Ka.

  6. Dewenga says:

    Harder na Radiants. Here we come!!!!

  7. kangwa Alberto says:

    We ar de foundaz of lumwan radiants

  8. kangwa Alberto says:

    Yes papa mule we ar O behind de guyz

  9. Logic says:

    North Western Province is one of the largest contributors to the Zambian economy, a stadium is needed here asap

  10. muchofe says:

    I was there when the official started and the hardships we faced under kasengele’s player registration rules. Am so proufd of you north western coz faz though we were just resource providers to the association rather than real football talent. we said, if southern province can do it against all odds, then we can as well do it. Thanks to Mr. Sakapumba and others for their efforts. we shall definately be part of the super league next..

  11. DN RULES says:

    Team lumwana all the way…

  12. STRATEGIST says:

    George lwandamina,aggrey chiyangi,derbby makinka,jones chilengi,robert watiyakeni,collins kajiya mbesuma,jonas sakuwaha,the malitolis,includin faz watevar lusekelo kamwambi and many many more all hail from this great province North Western.Harder na Radiant,watch this space.

  13. Kasama Boy says:

    Lusekelo Kamwambi (FAZ Team Manager) is a brother to Lenny Nkhuwa (of Nkwiza football Club in Kitwe and FAZ), these 2 hail from across the Eastern Border of Zambia.

  14. George says:

    now power 90 will be traveling to north-west solwezi mabanga.

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