Tigers, Reds share spoils | Malawi 24

Tigers, Reds share spoils | Malawi 24

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[ad_1] Two fantastic goals cancelled each other out, as Azam tigers and struggling Red Lions shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw. Mayeso Mphanje curled in a stunning free kick just outside the 18 yard box to put Tigers ahead, which was replied beautifully by Innocent Bokosi, a minute before halftime. Tigers and Red Lions shared the spoils in a 1-1 draw.Played in an almost empty Chilomoni stadium in Blantyre, the match saw both teams equal strength in the opening exchanges, as the visitors produced little of last week’s magic that inspired them to become the first team to beat Silver Strikers this season. But they were to be separated inside 16 minutes of play when Mphanje’s free kick flew beyond Lions goalkeeper Clement Mlomba at full stretch. The goal…
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TNM Super League report: Civil, Tigers humbled | Malawi 24

TNM Super League report: Civil, Tigers humbled | Malawi 24

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[ad_1] A first half strike from Harvey Nkacha inspired Kamuzu Barracks to a hard fought 1-nil victory over Civil Sporting Club in a TNM Super League match played at Civo Stadium on Saturday afternoon to keep their hopes of finishing in the top eight alive. Having started poorly in the ongoing campaign, the Soldiers have re-gained their top form, winning three games in a row but they are very unlikely to retain their championship as they are 20 points behind the current league leaders Be Forward Wanderers. KB (in yellow): Have re-gained their top form.(File)Just minutes into the match, Nkacha got on the score sheet with a fantastic goal following a brilliant exchange of passes between Dave Banda and Kelvin Hanganda. The hosts almost responded moments after conceding when Joseph Kachule…
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TNM Super League report: Silver pockets Tigers to retain second position | Malawi 24

TNM Super League report: Silver pockets Tigers to retain second position | Malawi 24

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[ad_1] Silver Strikers retained their second position in the TNM Super League with a hard fought 1-nil victory over Azam Tigers at Silver Stadium on Monday afternoon to cut Be Forward Wanderers’ lead to just five points. Before kickoff, the match had to be delayed for more than 30 minutes when the visiting side refused to go ahead after an assault on their bus driver by some alleged home supporter during the warm up session. Silver Strikers retained their second position.(File)However, the match went ahead following an intervention from Super League of Malawi (Sulom) officials and it only took less than 15 minutes for the home team to break the deadlock in a controversial way through Binwel Katinji who was coming from an offside position but the first assistant referee’s…
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‘Justice’ for Aiden Markram as Proteas turn Tigers into kitties

‘Justice’ for Aiden Markram as Proteas turn Tigers into kitties

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[ad_1] Last week, Nicole O’Connor, Aiden Markram’s high school sweetheart, shed tears after he was run out for 97 on Test debut. On Friday, tears of joy rolled down her cheeks as her man emphatically (and quickly) righted that wrong. 23-year-old Markram continued his excellent start to international cricket with an elegant 143 that propelled the Proteas to 428/3 at the close of the opening day of the second Test against Bangladesh in Bloemfontein. It didn’t quite beat the 445 runs South Africa scored against Pakistan on the first day at Newlands in 2003 but the dominance of their batsmen was similar. Bangladesh once again chose to bowl first after winning the toss but this time there was a bit of logic to the decision. Substantial rain in the days…
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