Simon Mwenya braces Indeni to the summit…Celtic v Prison Leopards fails to take off
Simon Mwenya scored a brace to guide Indeni Football club to a hard-fought 2-1 over Mpulungu Harbour on Saturday afternoon at the Indeni Sports Complex in Ndola.
Mwenya put team Oilo in the lead barely a minute into the match. Mpulungu responded seconds before the break with Jeffrey Sikapite leveling matters. Mwenya scored from the penalty spot in the 63rd minute to had David Chilufya his first win in his first game as Indeni coach.
The win took the Ndola based side to the summit of the log with 46 points one above Kitwe United who takes on struggling Zesco Shockers in Mongu today.
In Lusaka, The match between Kafue Celtic and Prison Leopards failed to take off after Kafue Celtic COVID-19 results delayed and as a consequence, the match was postponed to this afternoon.
The two teams had even walked onto the OYDC pitch, ready for kick-off and had even possed for group photos and the coin toss was done.
However, Prison Leopards said they could not play minus Celtic producing physical COVID-19 results and after close to hour 30 minutes of waiting the match was postponed to this afternoon at 15:00hrs at the same venue.
FULL EDEN UNIVERSITY/FAZ NATIONAL DIVISION ONE FIXTURES
Saturday 25th July 2020
Indeni FC 2-1 Mpulungu Harbour FC
Sunday 26th July 2020
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Zesco Shockers 🆚 Kitwe United
Zambeef 🆚 Muza FC
Police Collage 🆚 Nchanga Rangers
Gomes FC 🆚 Sinazongwe United
Chindwin Sentries 🆚 Mumbwa Medics FC
Young Green Eagles 🆚 Zesco Malaiti Rangers
National Assembly 🆚 Chambishi FC
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