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TNM SUPER LEAGUE PLAYERS BAIL OUT KARONGA DISTRICT HOSPITAL

NEWS | SPORTS By Lusekero Mhango As part of giving back to the society through corporate social responsibility, TNM super league players in conjunction with Karonga select players on Monday donated IV fluids to the Karonga District Hospital. The 250, 500 millimetres bottles of IV fluids have been valued about K395000 and the donation follows a friendly match that was ...

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FANS, EXECUTIVE CRASH OVER KARONGA’S CHOICE OF NEW COACH

TNM SUPER LEAGUE UPDATES By Lusekero Mhango Disagreements have erupted between Karonga United executive committee, and supporters over the candidate to fill in the vacant Head coach post at the club. While the executive committee say no choice has been made on who will take over the mantle, the supporters have demanded the executive to hire Civo Sporting Club’s Assistant ...

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CHITIPA UNITED OPTIMISTIC OF SURVIVAL

TNM SUPER LEAGUE UPDATES By Lusekero Mhango “If you thought new entrants Chitipa United, is going to be a walk-over in the forthcoming TNM super league, then you better think again! CP is here to stay!” That is the challenge Alex Ngwira, Chitipa United’s new coach said as he was being unveiled about a week ago. Ngwira, who has replaced ...

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DREAMS OF BRIGHTER DAYS IN WOMEN FOOTBALL

NEWS | SPORTS By Sozo Kaperemera Dreaming in colour! National Women Football Committee (NWFC) has revealed an ambitious plan of rolling into action a national women’s football league in the country shortly. The move, according to NWFC, aims at raising the bar of the country female soccer up so as to make it competitive on the international showpiece. NWFC’s top ...

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NR- CHESS LEAGUE SHOT IN THE ARM

Lands a timely sponsorship deal   NEWS | SPORTS By Vincent Chafulumira and Chifundo Zingunde Chess, one of the ‘forgotten but potential’ sports disciplines in the country is likely going to get a facelift following a lucrative deal Northern Region Chess League (NRFL) has clinched with a South Africa-based company BMM- INFRATECH Consulting Engineers,. The sponsorship deal, pegged at three ...

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NRRC in for early season preps

NEWS | SPORTS By Sozo Kaperemera Northern Region Referees Committee (NRRC) has said it is not leaving any stone unturned in the preparations for the up coming 2019 football season. Speaking with EM’s sports desk NRRC chairperson Misheck Juwa said the committee will not leave it late in the build up to the next football season kickoff which is now ...

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THE STAR WHO’S LANDED GOLD IN B-BALL”

KNOW YOUR SPORTS STAR Thokozani Sinababa Basket-ball in Malawi is still regarded as a minority sport that many can’t make a career from. A majority of Malawians regard this sporting discipline as still a game for the uptown. Equally disheartening is the fact that B-Ball is still regarded as a pastime activity not worthy to make a career from. But ...

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SOCCER PUNDITS HAIL KARONGA UTD’S SUPER LEAGUE SURVIVAL

  NEWS | SPORTS By Lusekero Mhango Soccer pundits in the north have hailed rookies Karonga united for withstanding the heat of the TNM super league and maintaining their status for a second season despite the club operating without sponsorship. The Ingwinas of Karonga as Karonga United is popularly known, was relegated in its 2 previous seasons in 2014 and ...

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Know your sports star; BLESSINGS JUNIOR MALIWATA

KNOW YOUR SPORTS STAR The fulcrum for TN STAR’S historical TNM Super league survival Profile by Catherine Patience Jimu. 2018 TNM super league will go into the history of our soccer books as the year in which many youthful teams rocked the elite super league. Master’s Fc, Dwangwa United, Karonga United, and many others were some of the squads that ...

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TRANSFER WINDOW MUSINGS

Transfer update FROM THE TERRACES (LAST EDITION) By Chifundo Zingunde (Attacking Goalkeeper) Well, as we are counting down to the end of the year, and the elite football league as well, let me thank all and sundry for the wonderful time we had this sporting year ending December 2018. By this time next year, the column might have rebranded. Still ...

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