Zanaco Dynamos drop point giving Zesco and Power advantage

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Zanaco and Lusaka Dynamos dropped points giving "the power packed" the unit to stay ahead of the Zambian super league. Zesco and Power took advantage of the draw in the rescheduled week 15 between Zanaco and Lusaka Dynamos.    The league is drawing to a tight close with contenders maintaining ground. The top 6 has Zesco at the helm and the partner in business Power Dynamos include the second position. The 2016 league champions Zanaco hold the third with 3 games in hand.    Green Buffaloes, Lusaka Dynamos and Nkana football club follow that suite with disgraced Napsa topped from the first row now to 7th.    FULL TIME - LUSAKA DYNAMOS 0-0 ZANACO FC   Lusaka Dynamos FC LineUp 21. Mohammed Muntari (GK), 14. Jimmy Bayindula, 24. Lee

Zambia vs Algeria ticket sales

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Ticket sales for Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier pitting Zambia against Algeria will be on sale beginning tomorrow Thursday through CompuTicket in all Shoprite Outlets. This is according to Football Association of Zambia media announcement. Match Details Venue: Heroes National Stadium Kickoff: 15:00 PM hours Charges: VIP: K500 WEST WING: K100 EAST, SOUTH, NORTH DECKS: K30   Zambia is second bottom placed with 1 point so is Algeria but they occupy the last slot. The Group B leader is Nigeria with 6 points and Cameroon takes the second stage with 2 points collected from two draws.

Cosafa Women’s Championship draws

COSAFA Women's Championship will be hosted from 13th -24th September 2017 in Zimbabwe. The COSAFA Women's Championship is an association football tournament for teams from Southern Africa organized by Council of Southern Africa Football Associations(COSAFA).   The following are the draws and Zambia is placed in Group A with Zimbabwe, Madagascar and Malawi Cosafa Women Group draw Group A Zimbabwe Zambia Madagascar Malawi Group B Kenya Mauritius Mozambique Swaziland Group C South Africa Namibia Lesotho Botswana

Zambia Barclays Cup Draws for 2017

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Barclays Cup 2017 draws have been done and quarter-finals will be played on 23/09/17 and 24/09/17 as double headers.   Meanwhile Barclays Bank has increased sponsorship for this years competition from K1.5 million to K2.3 million. The winners of the competition will pocket K350,000 from last year's K300,000 while runners up bags K180,000 from last year's K150,000. Barclays Bank has also announced that this year's coach of the tournament will pocket K15,000 as well as player of the tournament. Man of the match will be getting K5000 from the usual K1000.   Draws include: (Division one play offs) New Monze Swallows FC vs Kitwe United National Assembly vs Kabwe Youth Soccer Academy. -Napsa Stars FCvs GBFC -Zanaco FC vs Power Dynamos FC. Lusaka Dynamos (team which wins between

Nkana labour overcome City of Lusaka

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Kitwe giants Nkana Football Club laboured to earn 3 points in Lusaka when they edged stubborn City of Lusaka 0-1 in the tightly contested Week 25 match of the FAZ Super League played on Sunday at Nkoloma Stadium.   Nkana could have taken a lead on 8th minute when striker Walter Bwalya failed to score from a Dieugo Apanane long ball.   Seven minutes later City of Lusaka had a chance to break the deadlock when Kabeya Malume struck outside 18 yard area to force Nkana goal stopper Moses Mapulanga to save.   Soutra Tshimenga scored from a Joseph Musonda free kick on 18th minute but his goal was disallowed by referee Wisdom Chewe for offside. Austin Muwowo had a chance in 38th minute after he was

Ngonga’s brace sink Arrows

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  Power Dynamos secured a 3-1 win over visiting Red Arrows in the Week 25 of the FAZ Super League match played on Saturday at Arthur Davies Stadium in Kitwe.   N'gonga put the home side in front after 42 minutes when he was set up with a cross from Billy Mutale.   Larry Bwalya headed in the second goal after benefiting from an Alan Kamanga Jrn cross before N'gonga scored the final third through a penalty.   Arrows scored the consolation through Lubinda Mundia.   The Ndeke outfit has 45 points from 24 matches played. Arrows remain stuck on 10th position with 33 points after playing 24 games.   At Sunset Stadium, Adam Zikiru's 51st minute goal was not enough for Nchanga Rangers to record an away win as the bankers