Super League sponsors TNM will re-launch the second round at Mzuzu Stadium tomorrow afternoon during a match between Mzuzu University (Mzuni) and Blue Eagles.
TNM senior manager for business services Limbani Nsapato said all is set to launch the second round with activities to spice up the event.
“After successful completion of the first round, we shall be celebrating the game of football with the fans in Mzuzu and surrounding areas as the second round of the league rolls into life,” he said.
Among the activities on the day, include music performances by Northern Region-based Lusubilo Band, Honara dance performance and bicycle and car stunts.
Nsapato said TNM is happy with the high level of competition that teams showed during the first round as demonstrated by the close race on the log table.
“We are expecting stiffer race as the season goes closer to an end,” he said.
Nsapato appealed to teams, supporters and all football stakeholders to ensure a violence-free second round.
He said: “The first round went on very well; we have seen improvements in standards of the game. It is our expectation that as we draw closer identifying the champion, the level of competition shall get tighter and the games will become even more exciting, as such, we expect supporters to equally exercise high levels of discipline.”
Sulom president Innocent Bottoman echoed Nsapato’s plea for a violence-free second round.
“Let’s observe discipline as we have maintained in the first round of the season. May the best team win,” he said.
Blue Eagles are leading the log table followed by Silver Strikers on second position. n