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Ngwenya’s volley too powerful for Zesco transformer

Godfrey Ngwenya's volley sent Dynamos to sweet victory

This is a story about Ngwenya’s volley and how the player helped DYnamos to overcome the Zesco United football club.

A 25th-minute strike from Godfrey Ngwenya was enough for Power Dynamos to record their first victory against Zesco United on 23rd August 2014.

Both teams were aiming to bounce back to winning ways and it was Aba Yellow through Ngwenya’s volley who proved too good for Zega Mambo’s side as the only goal scored in the first half was all they needed and pick up their first win after going nine matchdays without a victory.

Numba Mumamba’s side now has lost two consecutive matches coming at the hands of two Kitwe based sides. Mumamba lost with a similar scoreline last Wednesday to Nkana played at Levy Mwanawasa stadium.

They however continue to command the table but their six points lead may be cut short tomorrow should Sensational Zanaco manages to overcome Green Buffaloes.

Power’s win revives their chance of ending in the top four as they climb three-place up to 7th position on 41 points.
For Power to achieve the top four slots they will need to win all their remaining three games and hope teams ahead of them lose points.

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At the same venue, an early kick off saw an upset for Kabwe Warriors as they went down 2-1 to already relegated side Kitwe United.

After the two sides played to a nil all first half it was Kabangwe Mwaba for Kitwe United who opened the scores with a well taken direct free kick in 65th minutes.

Eight minutes later Josephat Kasusu doubled the lead for Chingalika and registering his third conservative goal in there games.

Akakulubelwa Mwachiaba scored the consolation goal for Kabwe Warriors via a penalty in 88th minutes and the match ended 2-1 denting the magnificent people’s team quest to qualify for continental football next season.

In Lusaka, Red Arrows and Nkwazi recorded similar scoreline 3 nil wins against Forest Rangers and Young Green Eagles respectively.

Scores from veteran striker James Chamanga, Alidor Kayembe and Allasaine Diarra was enough for the airmen to send the aimen on third position with 46 points.

At Edwin Imboela stadium Nkwazi were flying three times high above young green eagles with goals from Jeff Banda, Christopher and Edward Mwamba help sending the police side 8th on the log table level with power on 41 points.

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