- by Mukosha Funga on 22 Oct 2017by Diggers Reporter on 22 Oct 2017by Zondiwe Mbewe on 22 Oct 2017by William Chileshe on 22 Oct 2017
- Goal Diggers
- by Sipilisiwe Ncube on 21 Oct 2017by Mirriam Chabala on 18 Oct 2017by Mirriam Chabala on 17 Oct 2017by Mukosha Funga on 16 Oct 2017
- by Diggers Reporter on 20 Oct 2017by Diggers Reporter on 20 Oct 2017by Mukosha Funga on 19 Oct 2017by Diggers Reporter on 18 Oct 2017
- Editor's Choice
- by By Dr Canisius Banda on 9 Oct 2017by Brig Gen Godfrey Miyanda on 3 Oct 2017by Chishimba Kambwili on 24 Sep 2017by Diggers Editor on 22 Sep 2017
- by Joseph Mwenda on 19 Oct 2017by Sipilisiwe Ncube on 19 Oct 2017by Aleksander Pichkur on 16 Oct 2017by Sipilisiwe Ncube on 16 Oct 2017
- Guest Diggers
- by Sishuwa Sishuwa on 14 Sep 2017by Guest Digger on 8 Sep 2017by Sishuwa Sishuwa on 3 Sep 2017by Sishuwa Sishuwa on 4 Aug 2017
Napsa breaks Zesco United recordBy Diggers Reporter on 7 May 2017
Zlatko Krmpotic’s unbeaten run in all competition as Zesco United coach came to an end on Saturday when they were beaten away by Napsa Stars at National Heroes Stadium in Lusaka.
The Serb came into the match unbeaten in ten games since his appointment in February with seven wins and three draws in all competition.
However all that came to a screeching halt when Napsa nicked one for their own history books with a 1-0 victory over the league leaders.
That result saw Napsa end their winless run against Zesco dating back to 2012 when they returned to the FAZ Super Division for the first time since 2000.
Leaders Zesco’s loss also saw them suffer their first league loss in 2017.
Collins Sikombe’s 14th minute goal handed Napsa the win that saw them rise to 9 points and within one point of Zesco.
Lumwana Radiants could reclaim top spot on Sunday should they beat or draw at home with Konkola Blades.
Lumwana are tied on 10 points with zesco.
Meanwhile, newcomers Nakonde won their debut FAZ Super Division match on Saturday after downing 9-time champions 2-0 in Nakonde.
Danny Silavwe and ex-Nchanga Rangers striker Kabeya Mulume were on target in the 39th and 52nd minutes respectively.
Nakonde rise to 6 points and out of the bottom four while Wanderers stay last in 20th minute on zero points from 5 games played.
But Nakonde’s colleagues Buildcon suffered their first league defeat when Nkwazi beat them 1-0 thanks t a 16th minute Jeff Lungu goal.
The result ended Buildcon four match unbeaten start in a team that only has two Zambian players in their ranks.
Elsewhere, Nkana’s two-match revival was halted by Green Buffaloes who beat them 3-2.
Brian Mwila, Adrian Chama and Happy Kaunda were on target in the 45th, 85th and 93rd minutes respectively.
Nkana struck through Walter Bwalya 76th minute free kick and Ronald Kampamba in the 88th minute.
About Diggers Reporter
- Msiska invites citizens to military Independence fireworks display - 22 Oct 2017
- Arresting officer blacks out after being called to testify against Precious Longwe - 20 Oct 2017
- Simbyakula distances himself from election violence document - 20 Oct 2017
- UPND should stop deceiving people that they are the ones delivering development in their strongholds – Mwila - 19 Oct 2017
- Court jails 3 Zimbabweans for illegal possession of emeralds - 18 Oct 2017
- ConCourt was inconsistent in handling Presidential Petition - JCC
- MP pins Mabumba on low fuel prices during elections
- Come in numbers, Kanyama rally is on - GBM
- Until Jesus comes, UPND will never produce a President - Mwila
- VP says Mulusa will be disciplined for likening fire tenders to wheelbarrows
Subscribe for email alerts
Weekly Most Digged
- «October 2017»
- October 2017
- September 2017
- August 2017
- July 2017
- June 2017
- May 2017
- April 2017
- March 2017
- February 2017
- January 2017
- December 2016
- November 2016
- October 2016
The News Diggers
Plot No. Lus/9812/649-MC8
off Alex Chola Road
P.O. Box 32147
Telephone or WhatsApp:
+26-097-7708285, 095-3424603, 096-5815078
diggers [at] diggers [dot] news
editor [at] diggers [dot] news
Send this to a friend