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Nkana beats Napsa to win twice in 7 matchesBy Abraham Kalito on 15 May 2019
Nkana FC overcame Napsa FC at Woolands stadium to register their second win in seven matches.
The win takes Nkana to 22 points, 10 points behind stream B leaders Green Eagles who are on 32 points.
Nkana has also registered a positive goal difference, a plus one, after a long time.
The team, alias ‘Kalampa’, still has a game in hand and a win would take the Kitwe side to position four on the log behind Nkwazi, from the current sixth position.
Napsa scored first in the 11th minute through Thomas Banda but that lead lasted three minutes as Nkana equalised through Richard Ocran. Napsa went into the lead again, this time through Austin Banda five minutes before the interval but Nkana equalised in the 68th minute, the goal coming from Yannick Mulenda. Nkana took the lead for the first time in the game, in the 83rd minute when Duncan Otieno scored. With Napsa failing to equalise, the goal meant that Nkana collected maximum points.
About Abraham Kalito
Abraham Kalito is interested in writing business, political, and human interest stories.
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