Blantyre based teams Big Bullets and Mighty Wanderers have made it to the finals of the Luso TV Sports Bonanza at the expense of Lilongwe teams in matches played at Civo Stadium today (Saturday).
The final will be played at Civo Stadium tomorrow (Sunday).
Veteran striker Heston Munthali counted the most for Bullets as his goal in the 42 minutes made the difference as it propelled BB to beat Silver Strikers 1-0 and reach the final.
It was payback time for Silver. A cross from Henry Kabichi was flicked over by Diverson Mlozi and a well portioned Munthali planted into the empty net after Silver goalie Charles Swini had moved from his line.
Despite Bullets bagging the goal, it was Silver Strikers who had started brightly with their silk passing game.
The Bankers managed to dominate the first 15 minutes but gradually Bullets recovered with Chimango Kaira, Diverson Mlozi and Kabichi controlling the midfield.
Bullets coach expressed joy at revenging the 3-1 loss they suffered at the hands of Silver last week.
On the other hand Silver caretaker coach Stain Chirwa blamed his boys for losing concentration in the second half.
In another semi final game, Mighty Wanderers stormed into the finals after struggling to beat Epac FC 3-0 in an earlier match which started at 12:35pm.
The match had to be decided through penalty shoot outs after a boring and goalless 90 minutes.
Victor Mpinganjira, Cuthbert Sineta and Mike Kaziputa converted for the Nomads while Kondwani Lufeyo shot wide.
All Epac players failed to convert their with Pilirani Zonda shooting wide while Stain Malata and Jelesi Lufeyo strikes were saved by an impressive Bester Phiri on goals to hand Nomads a place in the finals.
Wanderers could have easily won the game in regulation time had they made use of three clear cut chances.
The match today will see the winner pocketing K1 million (about $2 500) courtesy of Luso TV.