Super League of Malawi (SULOM) in conjunction with sponsors TNM honoured top performers of the 2018 season at a gala held at Cross Roads Hotel in Blantyre on Saturday.

The Gala saw Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club dominate as the team and it’s players scooped awards in 7 categories.

Nyasa Big Bullets Football Club got a whooping K 15 million for being League Champions of the 2018 TNM season and K 1 million for being in First Place at the End of the First Round. The people’s team also won the award for Best Team Management.

Bullets continued to glitter at the gala as four of its players won individual awards with their captain John Lanjesi being best defender, Rabson Chiyenda as best Goalkeeper and Mike Mkwate as the most improved player and they each went home with K 100 000. The clubs hit man Chiukepo Msowoya went home with K 250 000 for winning the Golden Boot.

Yamikani Chester, who played for Be Forward Wanderers ended the season winning the prestigious award of Player of the Season and pocketed K 300 000 with his former club Mighty Be Forward Wanderers receiving K 7.5 million for being League Runners Up.

Masters Security Football Club were second to the Bullets as they got a total of 4 awards on the night and received K 3.5 million for finishing in 4th position, K 800 000 for being Most Improved Team and their Abasi Makawa led technical panel wers recognised as the Best Technical Panel. Their player Francis Mkonda went home with K 100 000 as he was voted Best Midfielder.

In other categories, the night saw Silver Strikers receive K 4 million for finishing 3rd Place and their supporters being the most disciplined. The Kasungu based TN Stars got the Fair Play Team Award.

Happiness Mbandambanda, Clemence Kanduku and Gift Chiko were also commended for a good job done as the gala saw them being decorated as the Best First and Second Assistant Referees respectively.

Blessings Mpando

My name is Blessings Mpando from Lilongwe district born in December 1994. I am a Christian and a member of CCAP. I grew up in Lilongwe and completed my secondary education in 2010 before going on to complete my diploma in journalism at the Polytechnic Continuing Centre.

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