Zainab Kapanda

Early Team News: Bullets Women vs Destiny Academy

FCB Nyasa Big Bullets Women will start their FAM National Women Championship defence with a Group A home fixture against Destiny Academy at the Mpira Stadium in Chiwembe on Saturday afternoon. Our women’s team head coach, Maggie Chombo Sadik, spoke to club media ahead of the encounter and provided early team news, disclosing that she …

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Bullets Women Team News: Three injured as training resumes

Nyasa Big Bullets Women forwards Mary Chavinda, Fauzah Mohammad and Zainab Kapanda have suffered injuries that have forced them to discontinue training. The trio picked up the injuries during the first week of training as Bullets ladies started preparations for the upcoming FAM National Women’s Championship. Club media spoke to the team’s medical staff for …

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Six Bullets players called up to Scorchers COSAFA squad

In a 32-player squad list, six of Nyasa Big Bullets Women stars have been called up for Thom Nkolongo’s Malawi side for the 2022 Cosafa Women’s Championship scheduled for Gqeberha, South Africa from August 31-September 11. Bullets Women together with DD Sunshine players dominate the list, with both teams contributing six players each to the …

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Bullets Women win FAM Women’s Championship

Nyasa Big Bullets Women, formerly Blantyre Zero, produced a vintage performance to be crowned 2021 Fam Women’s National Championship winners after beating DD Sunshine 3-1 at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe Sunday. The victory ended Sunshine’s six-year dominance in women’s football. From the word go, Bullets Women played with a purpose and dominated the match, with …

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Bullets reach FAM Women’s Championship semis

Nyasa Big Bullets Women have clinched a semi-final place in the FAM Women’s Championship after registering back-to-back victories over Moyale Sisters and Skippers in their third and final Group A clashes at Civo Stadium in Lilongwe. Bullets opened their campaign with a disappointing 1-1 draw at home against Ntopwa. This result meant the ladies had …

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