The students had most of their games played away since first round following a ban imposed on the ground by SRFL disciplinary committee due to violence by their supporters.
The students looked rusty in the opening minutes and succumbed to pressure from the visitors in the sixth minute. Kondwani Mhone handled the ball in the goal area prompting referee Dennis Ngulube to point at the dreaded spot, from which Christopher Banda made no mistake for the opener.
The visitors could have increased the lead a few minutes later, but George Mbawoâ€™s effort went wide to the disbelief of his teammates.
The home side reorganised themselves and their efforts were rewarded in the 20th minute when Mandy Chisaka headed into the net Gomezgani Mchawiâ€™s corner kick.
Six minutes from half-time, Mhone made amends when he scored from a rebound after Tigers goalkeeper Anold Muyawa had punched the ball towards his direction.
Chancoâ€™s team manager Mchawi hailed his colleagues for the performance.
â€œWe only trained one day to play this game as we are busy with school. But our focus is on stopping Nchalo on Saturday and we are appealing to SRFL to allocate competent referees for this game,â€ he said.
His counterpart Meke Mwase bemoaned lack of composure in front of goal by his charges.