Football

Power trounce Yamoto

FWAYO Tembo

MATHEWS KABAMBA, Arthur Davies Stadium, Kitwe
POWER 3 CITY 1
MIDFIELDER Fwayo Tembo yesterday struck a brace as Power Dynamos thrashed City of Lusaka in a Week 15 match to

climb into third position of the Super Division.
Victory pushed Power to 23 points, two behind leaders Lusaka Dynamos.
Fwayo opened the scoring one minute into the game nodding in a Kelvin Mubanga cross before City’s Benjamin Mukandauko levelled with a close range-effort in the 16th minute.
Power restored the lead when Fwayo completed his brace with a low shot on the half-hour mark after pouncing on a defensive lapse.
Substitute Mwelwa Sakala added a third in the 33rd minute with a clinical finish after an interchange of passes with Fwayo.
City remain on 10 points.
WANDERERS 3 BLADES 0
Mufulira Wanderers demolished Konkola Blades to register their third win of the campaign at Shinde Stadium.
Ghanaian Rahim Osman netted a brace while Congolese midfielder Guily Manziba contributed a goal.
Wanderers have 13 points at par with Blades, Nchanga Rangers and Nakambala Leopards.
FOREST 0 NKANA 1
Debutant midfielder Danny Silavwe netted the solitary goal as Nkana edged Forest Rangers at Dola Hill Ground, MULWANDA LUPIYA reports.
Silavwe benefitted from a Bornwell Mwape cross to beat goalkeeper Daniel Mutshimenu with a close-range effort.
The win was coach Beston Chambeshi’s second and pushed the Kitwe giants to 22 points, one better than Forest.
WARRIORS 0 LUMWANA 1
Kabwe Warriors’ inconsistency continued after going down to Lumwana Radiants, who recorded their second successive win under coach Zeddy Saileti, CHAMBO NG’UNI reports.
Lumwana scored the lone goal through Josephat Kasusu, who nodded in an Obed Masumbuko cross past goalkeeper Lawrence Mulenga.
EAGLES 1 NAKAMBALA 1
Green Eagles and Nakambala Leopards shared spoils at Independence Stadium in Choma, JIMMY CHIBUYE reports.
Striker Anos Tembo put Eagles ahead in the 10th minute but Ignatius Lwipa restored parity three minutes before time.

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