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Supporters barred in Super League games

Supporters barred in Super League games
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Following government’s restrictions on public gatherings, Super League of Malawi (Sulom) has resolved to stage this week’s encounters behind closed doors.
Government, through the Presidential Taskforce on COVID-19, restricted public gatherings to not more than 100 people.
The restrictions were revived after musicians vacated an injunction they obtained against implementation of the restrictions.
In complying with COVID-19 containment measures, Sulom observes that it will be a misconduct to find supporters around stadium premises.
Sulom has since encouraged law enforcers to arrest those that will be found around the venues without due responsibility, saying that all those duly sanctioned to provide services will be accredited.
“All games shall be played under closed sessions of not more than a 100 people gathering.
“We would like to assure all our stakeholders that safety and security at the match venues will be enhanced to ensure that all measures are adhered to,” a statement, issued by Sulom, reads in part.
Below is week 7 TNM Super League Fixtures
#Saturday, 09th January 2021
Mzuzu Warriors Vs Ekwendeni Hammers
@ Mzuzu Stadium
Red Lions Vs Kamuzu Barracks @ Chiwembe Stadium
Beforward Wanderers Vs Karonga United
@ Kamuzu Stadium
Blue Eagles Vs Chitipa United @ Nankhaka Stadium
Silver Strikers Vs Moyale Barracks @ Silver Stadium
#Sunday, 10th January 2021
TN Stars Vs Chitipa United @ Kasungu Stadium
Nyasa Big Bullets Vs Kamuzu Barracks
@ Kamuzu Stadium
Ntopwa Vs Karonga United @ Chiwembe Stadium
Civil Service United Vs Moyale Barracks @ Civo Stadium.


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