Nyasa Big Bullets moved to third position on TNM Super League log table after a 2-0 victory over Mzuzu University (Mzuni) yesterday at Kamuzu Stadium.
Goals from defender-cum-midfielder Bashir Maunde and midfielder Henry Kabichi were enough for the defending champions to bag maximum points.
Bullets now have 12 points from six games six behind leaders Blue Eagles who play Silver Strikers this afternoon.
Mafco moved to second position after beating Red Lions 1-0 at Chitowe Stadium.
National team-bound midfielder Paul Phiri scored from the spot to separate the two Malawi Defence Force sides. The Salima-based soldiers now have 14 points from seven games.
In Lilongwe, Civo United narrowly beat Epac FC 1-0 through a Nelson Kangunje penalty. They are now on position seven with nine points.
Meanwhile, Super League of Malawi (Sulom) used matches at Kamuzu Stadium and Civo Stadium to send messages against victimising people with albinism.
Placards displaying messages against the malpractice of kidnapping, killing and exhuming bones from remains of people with albinism were displayed.
Sulom general secretary Williams Banda said they decided to join the fight for the rights of albinos using the world most populous sports—football.
“Football is watched by millions of people all over the world. It can be used to send such messages as we join the fight against this malpractice,” Banda said.
There will also be similar activities at Mzuzu Stadium as Be Forward Wanderers face Karonga United. n