Munali FC on Sunday beat Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) 2-0 at Sunbird Livingstonia Beach in Salima to win the K3 million Central Region Beach Soccer League (CRBS).
They finished the eight-member league with 40 points.
Munali coach Patrick Lazioni hailed his charges for fulfilling his dream.
“It was a tight race as you can see that we have been separated by a single point with the runners-up. The players were determined and they played with a purpose to accomplish the mission,” he said.
Livingstonia Beach, who won the FAM Beach Soccer National League, finished second with 39 points after beating Tourism 5-4 in their last game.
Livingstonia coach Eston Sikwizi congratulated Munali for being the champions, saying the best team won the league.
Mussa Aileni, who plays for Area 30, won the Golden Boot Award with 25 goals.
“I am very happy to win this Golden Boot Award, being our first time to join the league. It’s exceptional to me and my team,” he said.
His team, Area 30, finished fifth with 19 points.
CRBS general secretary Charles Mwenda said the season was competitive.
“Our league has helped to improve standards of beach soccer. As a committee, we are so happy that our effort is bearing fruits.
“For example, this year’s FAM League national champions, Livingstonia, belong to our league,” he said.
MRA finished at the bottom of the table with two points from a single win.