Zanaco, Nkana draw, Warriors demolish Tigers
Walter Bwalya scored his 23rd goal of the season but his goal was not enough to secure a win for second placed Nkana when they were held at home by visiting Red Arrows.
Leaders Zanaco failed to take full advantage of the slip up by Nkana as they conceded their first goal at home this season when they were held to a 1 – 1 draw by Green Eagles.
Chintu Kampamba also continues to make a claim at being confirmed as Kabwe Warriors coach as he led the Kabwe side to an emphatic 4 – 0 win over Lusaka Tigers.
Saturday, November 19
Power Dynamos 0-0 Lumwana Radiants
Lusaka Tigers 0-4 Kabwe Warriors [Jacob Phiri x2, Joseph Chanda x2]
Lusaka Dynamos 3-3 Nkwazi[Luka Chamanga, Kennedy Musonda, Emmanuel Habasimbi | Jeff Banda, Kalaba Chikwanda, Erick Chomba]
Nkana 1-1 Red Arrows [Walter Bwalya | Francis Simwanza]
Nchanga Rangers 2-0 Mufulira Blackpool [Kabeya Mulume, Clement Mwape]
Green Buffaloes 1-0 Forest Rangers [Happy Kaunda]
Nakambala Leopards 2-2 Napsa Stars [ Junior Zulu, Wilmore Hatembo | Collins Sikombe, Enock Mwepu]
Zanaco 1-1 Green Eagles [Richard Kasonde | Kabamba Chilibwe]
In the photo, vociferous Green Eagles fans celebrate Kabamba Chilibwe’s goal
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