Super League of Malawi (Sulom) registered 98 transfers as the 2012 season first round transfer window closed on Monday.
New boys Kamuzu Barracks were the busiest team on the market, taking on board 10 new players.
Bullets FC also made a dramatic last-minute signing of veteran striker Heston Munthali, who was offloaded by Escom United.
Munthali joined Bullets alongside former Escom teammate midfielder Chimango Kayira.
Civo have also managed to finalise the signing of Alick Lihuhu, who returns to the Super League after a stint in Mozambique.
Wanderers cleared Lihuhu on an understanding that they will not pay Civo the transfer fee balance for striker Antony Banda.
But Civo are yet to agree with Escom United on the transfer of striker Noel Mkandawire just like Silver who are also yet to finalise the signing of Escom United and Flames winger Ndaziona Chatsalira.
The only stalemate was on the transfer of former Mafco goalkeeper Owen Chaima, who has agreements with Silver Strikers and Bullets FC.
He is registered by both clubs and as such needs to choose which team he will play for.
“So far the transfers have gone well and more players have moved from the lower divisions on loan.
“But we are disappointed that teams still breach the transfer regulations by talking to players before their clubs as well as players training with another club while still contracted to another,” he said.
The next transfer window will open after the first round.