The 2016 TNM Super League week one registered 14 goals, eight less than last season’s opening week.
Mafco’s Chikondi Maloya scored the first goal of the season when they beat Mzuzu University (Mzuni) 1-0 at Dwangwa’s Chitowe.
On Sunday, veteran forward Victor Nyirenda became handy as he inspired Blue Eagles to 1-0 victory over Dwangwa United at Chitowe Stadium on Sunday.
The victory was a relief to coach DeKlerk Nsakakuwona who said bagging maximum points in the first game was a good start.
His counterpart McDonald Mtetemera rued the missed opportunity of utilising home ground advantage.
Max Bullets held Azam Tigers to a two-all draw.
The rookies scored through Mayeso Mphanje and Wongani Zulu while Bright Munthali and Elia Munthali were on target for Kau-kau.
Max Bullets coach Patrick Kulemeka, said taking home a point was big achievement for the rookies.
Red Lions beat Epac FC 1-0 at Balaka Stadium through a Boniface Kaulesi goal.
On Saturday, Nyasa Big Bullets and Moyale Barracks played out a goalless draw at Kamuzu Stadium while Civo United and Kamuzu Barracks drew 2-2.