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TNM Super League 2014 Fixtures

Tnm SuperleagueThe 2014 TNM Super League rolls off this weekend with the defending champions Silver Strikers, also known as the Bankers, starting the campaign with a seemingly tough away fixture.

The bankers, being sponsored by the Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM), travels to the south where they will play Mighty Wanderers.

Big Bullets will also begin the campaign with two away assignments against Moyale Barracks and new entrants Karonga United on Sunday and Easter Monday, respectively.

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TNM challenges sports writers to stem hooliganism: Donates K1.4m for workshop

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Sobhuza Ngwenya gave the tip when TNM donated K1,433,000 to the Sports Writers Association of Malawi (SWAM) to enable the association to hold a Training Workshop aimed at drilling sports journalists on dealing with hooliganism.

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Bullets risk losing chance to clinch K50 million sponsorship deal with telecommunications firm

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