The inaugural Fifa Under-15 Regional League is set to break for three weeks after this weekend’s matches.
FAM youth development Officer James Sangala said the break is due to the festival season and the games will resume on January 16 2016.
Sangala said the league has made progress and it has been exciting.
“We started on a low note with few games at the beginning as we were forced to re-work the fixtures but now we are back on track and in full swing,” he said.
Sangala also said the South Eastern Region will have three rounds of matches unlike the Central which will have two rounds because it has few teams.
The South has seven teams while the Centre has 11.
This means each team in the South Eastern region will play 18 games over three rounds while in the Central Region, each team will play 20 games over two rounds.
Mangochi lead the log table in the South Eastern with nine points from three games while Lilongwe Rural East lead in the Centre on goal difference as they have nine points from three matches just like second placed Salima. n