Dedza Dynamos stun KB in TNM Super League

Rookies Dedza Dynamos on Sunday handed Kamuzu Barracks Football club their first defeat in the 2022 TNM Super League season at Balaka stadium in an encounter that ended 2-1 in favor of the rookies.

Dynamos came from one goal behind to claim maximum points, taking their tally to seven points from three games.

Kamuzu Barracks were first to score at six minutes in the first half through Horace Mchoma after Dynamos defender Lughano Kayira handed the box in the box.

The Dedza boys level the scores at 31 minutes in the first half when Henry Misinjo converted a spot-kick following Horace Mchoma’s foul on Clement Nyondo in KB’s 18-yard box.

Charles Chipala came in 5 minutes later, scoring a second goal for the rookies. At the blow of the final whistle, it was Dedza Dynamos 2 Kamuzu Barracks 1.

Dedza Dynamos head coach Dan Dzimkambani was in praise of his players after the match.

Dedza Dynamos
Dedza Dynamos players and officials celebrate their victory over KB

“The game was tough. It was a 50-50 affair, but my team defended very well and we came out victorious. I am impressed with my team because the team is coming from a lower division. Beating a team like Kamuzu Barracks is not a mean achievement for us,” said Dzimkambani.

Kamuzu Barracks head coach Charles Kamanga accepted the defeat, saying KB did not play according to instructions.

“Dedza Dynamos played a good game. We didn’t play as we prepared. Our supporters should not lose trust in us, this is just our third game. We will come back stronger,” said Kamanga.

Following the game, Dedza Dynamos are second on the log table with seven points from three games, two points behind leaders Blue Eagles who have nine points from three games.

Kamuzu Barracks are 7th on the table with four points from three games.

Elsewhere, Waka Waka Tigers held Mighty Wanderers to a goalless draw at Chiwembe Stadium, while Silver Strikers failed to utilize home ground advantage in a one-all draw Lilongwe derby encounter at Silver Stadium.

The central Bankers were the first to score through Chawanagwa Kaonga at six minutes in the first half.

Civo responded through Patrick Phiri at 22 minutes in the first half.

At Mulanje Stadium, rookies Sable Farming came from behind to hold Ekwendeni Hammers to a one-all draw.

Full results for TNM Super League week three matches:

Saturday, 2nd April 2022

-Mafco FC 0-2 Red Lions (Chikoti Chirwa 57,' Ronald Pangani 70')

-Moyale Barracks 0-1 Blue Eagles (Chikondi Mvula 90')

-Nyasa Big Bullets 3-1 Ekwendeni Hammers (MacFallen Mgwira 32', Babatunde Adepoju 55' Kajoke 83’, - Joseph Mbewe 67')

Sunday, 3rd April 2022

-Mighty Tigers 0-0 Mighty Wanderers

-(Chawanangwa Kaonga 6') Silver Strikers 1-1 Civil Service United (Patrick Phiri 22')

-(Henry Misinjo 36', Charles Chipala 40') Dedza Dynamos 2-1 Kamuzu Barracks (Horace Nchoma 6')

-(Emmanuel Lino 47') Sable Farming 1-1 Ekwendeni Hammers (Wongani Lungu 42')

Here is how the log table appears as of 4 April 2022.

1Blue Eagles349
2Dedza Dynamos337
3Red Lions337
4Nyasa Big Bullets236
5Mighty Tigers315
6Ekwendeni Hammers405
7Kamuzu Barracks314
8Civil Service314
9Mighty Wanderers304
10Silver Strikers304
11Moyale Barracks3-13
12Karonga United3-22
13Sable Farming3-22
15TN Stars3-31
16Rumphi United3-50
Log table