Posted by Peter M. Allan on 03 Jul 2021, 18:52:31 in Sports
TNM Super League match involving Silver Strikers and Civil Service, which was supposed to be played at Silver Stadium in Lilongwe on Sunday, has been moved to a later date.
The Super League of Malawi (Sulom) announced on Friday that Silver Strikers have contributed more than 3 players to the Flames currently in camp preparing for this year's COSAFA CUP to be staged in South Africa from next week.
Earlier this week, Sulom rescheduled Blantyre derby involving Nyasa Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers on similar grounds.
Sulom rules and regulations state that any team contributing more than three players to the national team shall be exempted from playing their matches.
The Flames are expected to leave the country for South Africa on Monday, 5th July for their opening match against Madagascar on 7th July.
The Flames are in Group B along side defending champions Zambia, Comoros and Madagascar.
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