KB Clinch Carlsberg Cup

Kamuzu Barracks are 2013 Carlsberg Cup champions after they beat fellow soldiers 1-0 in a bubbly final at Mzuzu Stadium on Saturday.
In form striker Harvey Nkacha scored the lone goal completing a success story for the soldiers who are just a year old in the Super League.
Both side worked tirelessly to get goals but credit should go to goalkeepers KB’s Lehman Nthala and Moyale’s McDonald Harawa.
They both shown like they were competing for some accolade denying both side strikers several scoring opportunities.
But Nkacha against all odds scored the winner on 80th minute just when everyone thought the game would be heading for a stalemate and would be decided through penalties.
However, it was substitute Joel Chipofya who did the donkey work for the army headquarters side.
The former Mighty Wanderers midfielder dispossessed Moyale defender Mphatso Mhone on the right wing and exploded before curving a cross that Nkacha slotted past Harawa.
The result means Nkacha has also managed to win the golden boot award with six goals.
Nkacha got K100,000 from sponsors Carlsberg.
His teammate Nthala was also named man of the match as well as Carlsberg Cup discovery of the tournament. He also got K100,000.
Carlsberg also splashed K10,000 to each to the players that were named man of the man from the quarterfinals to the final.
Nkacha was named man of the match when the soldiers beat Bullets 1-0 at Dedza Stadium in the quarterfinals in which he also scored the lone goal.
Super-sub Red Lions Benjamin Kalua won the man of the match accolade after inspiring his team to a 5-0 victory over Evirom in the quarterfinals.
Blantyre United’s Abraham Kamwendo got the man of the match accolade twice. He was also man of the match in the quarterfinal between Blantyre United and Mponela United.
He got his second accolade when United lost 2-0 to Kamuzu Barracks in the semifinals and will pocket K20,000.
Moyale’s Gastin Simkonda was named man of the match when his side defeated Mafco in the quarterfinals.
In the semifinals, Moyale goalkeeper McDonald Harawa was the most outstanding player when he denied Red Lions a place in the final.

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