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Ntopwa Shine in TNM Super League

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Blantyre, June 25, Mana: Bangwe-based side, Ntopwa, who are considered one of the ‘smaller’ teams in the TNM Super League have proved the prophets of doom wrong as they are currently enjoying rich vein of form.

Ntopwa, who are playing in the league for the first time, have more man of the match award accolades as out of nine men of the match awards given, six of them have been awarded to Ntopwa players.

Ntopwa Captain, Happy Kasamba, who is central defender, has been voted as the Player of the Month for May following his outstanding performance in terms of his defensive skills and being a pillar of the Ntopwa.

Though they started the league on a slow pace after failing to collect maximum points in their first three games of the league, Ntopwa have over the time changed as they have now discovered a scoring formula.

They started upsetting the tables after they beat Savenda Chitipa United 3-1, before beating Dwangwa United 3-0 and on Sunday, Ntopwa massacred Mlatho Mponela 5-1 at the Kamuzu Stadium.

Ntopwa, who are on position 11 on the log table with 10 points from nine games, are third to score more goals with 13 goals aside Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Be Forward Wanderers who are on first and second position with 18 goals and 16 goals respectively.

Ntopwa Technical Director and Owner, Isaac Jomo Osman attributed the impressive performance to hard work and commitment among the players.

He was quick to say that Ntopwa have not reached the height where they were supposed to be saying they are still learning and in the process, the players would cope-up with the experience and heat in the top-flight league.

“We thank God for what He has done to us and to say the truth, we are really happy seeing what is happening to us. Hard work, unity and fighting spirit among the players is what has made us reach this far,” he said.

(By Mphatso Sam/MANA)


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