National Division One- Wins for two relegation-threatened sides, Indeni stays top…As four games fail to take off
Sinazongwe United and Chindwin Centries handed themselves a boost in their battle for survival as they recorded wins on Sunday.
Sinazongwe recorded an impressive 2-1 win over Promotion chasing away Gomes at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium in Ndola. Chindwin Centries on the other hand beat Mumbwa medics 2-0 at home.
In Lusaka, National Assembly came from two goals down to rescue a point at Queensmead Stadium. Elsewhere Zesco Shockers and Kitwe played out to a 1-1 draw in Mongu.
On Saturday Indeni beat Mpulungu Harbour 2-1 to climb to the summit of the log. Following Kitwe United’s the two teams are joint top with 49 points.
Sadly four games were canceled this weekend. The game involving Zambeef and Muza was not played after Zambeef failed to communicate the change of matchday from Saturday to Sunday.
The other three games are Kafue Celtic vs Prison Leopards, Police College vs Nchanga Rangers, and Young Green Eagles vs Malaiti Rangers which all failed to take off due to lack of available COVID-19 test results.
FAZ/EDEN UNIVERSITY NATIONAL LEAGUE WEEK 25 RESULTS
Zesco Shockers 1️-1️ Kitwe United
Chindwin Sentries 2️-0️ Mumbwa Medics FC
Gomes 1️-2️ Sinazongwe
National Assembly 2️-2️ Chambishi
Indeni Fc 2️-1️ Mpulungu Harbour FC
Young Green Eagles 🆚 Zesco Malaiti (Cancelled)
Police college 🆚 Nchanga Rangers (Cancelled)
Kafue Celtics 🆚 Prison Leopards (canceled)
Zambeef 🆚 Muza (Cancelled)
EDEN UNIVERSITY NATIONAL LEAGUE WEEK 25 LEAGUE STANDINGS.
1. Indeni Fc 49 pts
2. Kitwe United 49 pts
3. Prison Leopards 47 pts
4. Young Green Eagles 47 pts
5. Kafue Celtic 45 pts
6. Gomes FC 44 pts
7. Police Collage 38 pts
8. Nchanga Rangers 36 pts
9. Chambishi FC 34 pts
10. National Assembly 29 Pts
11. Muza FC 26 pts
12. Mpulungu Harbour 24 pts
13. Malaiti Rangers 24 Pts
14. Mumbwa Medics 23 pts
15. Zesco Shockers 22 pts
16. Chindwin Sentries 21 pts
17. Sinazongwe United 21 pts
18. Zambeef FC 13 pts
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