Buildcon FC on Saturday defeated Lumwana Radiants 1 nil away in Lumwana through a 60th minute Lameck Banda’s goal to maintain top spot with 23 points in stream B.
And in second position lies Green Eagles with 21 points overtaking Forest Rangers who were not in action this weekend as their match against Nkana FC has been postponed.
Eagles defeated FC MUZA in Choma 1 nil with Tapson Kaseba scoring in the 36th minutes to give his side maximum three points and move in Continental spot with a game in hand.
At Edwin Imboela Stadium, High flying Nkwazi’s dominance over Power Dynamos continued as they beat them 1 nil to move in third place with a game in hand against Nkana.
Power Dynamos drops to fifth position with 17 points after playing twelve matches and next they host Nkana FC in a Kitwe Derby.
Circuit City stubbornness was brought to book as the pensioners made sure that they walked out of Imboela Stadium without getting their pensions.
They were humbled 2 nil with both goals coming from Laudit Mavugo in 12th and 42nd minutes respectively.
Napsa’s win is the first in seven games since the one nil win away in Lumwana on 16th February 2019 and moves one place from 7th to 6th position exchanging with Lumwana who lost to Buildcon FC today.
The game involving Forest Rangers and Nkana FC was postponed because the later will be in action tomorrow away in Tunisia for the quarter final clash in CAF Confederations Cup were they carry a slender aggregate lead of 2-1.
Lusaka Dynamos ascended to the top of stream A after beating Mufulira Wanderers 1 nil courtesy of Chris Mugalu’s goal.
The win puts them on top with 22 points and a game in hand against Zesco United scheduled for this Wednesday at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium.
Saturday’s main action was at Levy Mwanawasa Stadium as the People’s team Kabwe Warriors maintained their unbeaten run after a 1-1 draw against Zesco United.
Heritier Nkonko scored in injury time of the first half but it took Zesco defender in Marcel Kalonda to level the matters in 69th minutes as both teams shared the spoils.
Warriors stays in second position level on points with Lusaka Dynamos but will have to hope Zanaco don’t beat Kitwe United in tomorrow’s tie if they have to be in Continental position.
Elsewhere, Green Buffaloes walked out victorious in Mazubaka as they defeated Nakambala Leopards 1 nil with Mike Katiba scoring for the visitors.
At Nkoloma Stadium, Red Arrows were in fine form as they dispatched Prison Leopards 3-1 to level points with Zesco United on 20 points.
The Action continues tomorrow with Kitwe United hosting Sensational Zanaco at Garden Park Stadium.
Zanaco defeated Kitwe United 4-3 in the first leg played in Lusaka’s Sunset Stadium.