Three lower league sides’ players will battle for the Carlsberg Cup Discovery of the Tournament award.
Mangochi Police goalkeeper George Chauya, Mzuzu United midfielder Collen Nkhulambe and Prison United goalkeeper Moses Phiri, top the list of the nominees.
Presently, Chauya helped his side reach the semi-finals.
He kept clean sheets in four of the six matches he played and led the team to triumph in three penalty shootouts against MDF Marine, Chikwawa United and PremierBet Wizards.
Mangochi lost1-0 to the Nomads who meet Silver Strikers in the final.
Chauya is on trials at Super League leaders Blue Eagles.
He kept four clean sheets in six games and won man-of-the-match against Epac, Zomba United and Be Forward Wanderers.
In the quarter-finals, Wanderers had to sweat blood to overcome the wardens 1-0.
Impressed by his heroics, the Nomads have since roped in the goalkeeper.
Mzuzu United attacking midfielder Nkhulambe scored in all the matches to guide his side to the last 16.
He has since earned a dream move to Nyasa Big Bullets.
The player said he was looking forward to playing in the TNM Super League.
Football Association of Malawi (FAM) competitions manager Gomezgani Zakazaka said a panel of sports journalists will decide the award’s winner.
Carlsberg Cup set up the award to promote and expose up-and-coming talent.