Despite Dwangwa United being declared the Central Region Football Association (CRFA) Chipiku League champions four weeks ago, the league officially ends this week.
In an interview during the week, CRFA chairperson Austin Ajawa has described the league as “very successful and incident free.”
“I believe a great job has been done in 2015 season. For the first time we are able to wind up the league together with our colleagues from the elite league,” said Ajawa.
He said this will enable the promoted team to have enough time to prepare for the Super League.
“After conducting series of campaign against violence in areas like Kasungu, Nambuma and Mchinji, the league recorded few cases of violence.
“The only incidents of violence we had this time were in Division One at Mitundu and in Division Two at Mkoko and Kasuntha,” said Ajawa.
He said in 2016 they expect a league free from violence.
Ajawa said he believes that with good sponsorship, Dwangwa United has potential to be a force to reckon with in the Super League next season.
CRFA fixtures secretary Antonio Manda equally described the season as successful.
“From last year’s statistics some teams have made strides. Teams like Msundwe United last season finished on position 10. This season they are on position three.
“Namitete Young Rangers are up from position 17 to position four while Dowa United have moved from position 16 to position six.
“The three teams will be huge contenders for Super League promotion in 2016,” said Manda.
On patronage, Manda said the league has a lot of followers and most games were highly patronised. n
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