Ntopwa Super Queens put home ground advantage to good use on Saturday when they beat Zomba City Queens 2-0 for the first time in two years.
Laita Magombo scored the first goal for the home side to take her tally to seven goals in three matches in the Southern Region Women Football League. Defender Naomi Fatchi hammered the last nail of the City Queens’ coffin with a long-range drive.
The win at Bangwe Youth Centre has granted Ntopwa the top slot on the log table with nine points from three games..
“We are happy that we are back on track. We will try our best to win all our games to enhance our hopes of winning the title this year,” said Ntopwa coach Thom Kazembe.
In another Southern Region encounter, Sitima Sisters beat ATU Ladies 1-0. Defending champions Blantyre Zero were playing against Dreams United at Chilunga Ground in Ndirande as we went to press.
In the Northern Region encounters, Moyale Barracks beat Nkhata Bay Sisters 5-1 while Kwaito Sisters beat Nkhata Bay Sisters 4-0.
According to Northern Region Women Football Committee (NRWFC) chairperson Clara Luhanga, CY Sisters also beat Luwinga Sisters 4-1 before Chirumba Garrison beat Ekwendeni Sisters 1-0 at Katoto ground.