Genetrix emerged the top team in the Indoor Hockey League, which started last December, after a series of matches played on Sunday at College of Medicine Sports Complex.
They finished with 30 points followed by Mpingwe (25 points), Nyala (15 points) and Scorpions (14 points).
Genetrix beat Mpingwe 3-0, but Mpingwe had the luxury of producing the league’s top goal scorer in Faraz Yaseen with 24 goals. Genetrix’ scorers on Sunday were Asante Kagwadwa in the 12th minute and Temwani Chirwa’s two goals in the 37th and 39th minutes. The game lasted 40 minutes.
Mpingwe team manager Luber Rasheed said his team played well, but failed to make its chances count.
“We created more chances, but the front line let us down,” said Rasheed.
Hockey Association of Malawi (HAM) administration officer Benjamin Chaula, who graced the final games said hockey is now being played in 90 secondary schools in the country.