FDH excited with Cup progress


FDH Bank Head of Marketing, Levie Nkunika says he is excited with the progress made on the FDH Cup.

Nkunika indicated that as a bank they are excited to see the draw as teams have been selected from across the country in the northern, southern and central region

“This only shows that our customers from different regions will be entertained during the games which is something important.

“The small teams selected have been placed to unearth local grassroots talents and the draws are really exciting and fundamentally customers will be entertained considering now that the COVID-19 threat has eased down.

“Last year as we kicked off, some games did not have fans but this time around the government has watered some regulation which only shows that fans will enjoy the games.

“In-terms of the Bank's visibility, our interest is always as it were to make sure that we bring excitement and entertainment to our customers. This is so for the customer's support; our banks in different areas we are also here as a bank to support this cup to bring entertainment to them, he said.

FDH Bank together with FAM on Thursday held a draw of the final phase of the FDH Cup 2022 at Mpira stadium in Chiwembe where teams of the lower league and Super league where seen drawn together and some separately as follows:

Civil Service United vs Baka City

Mighty Mukuru Wanderers vs Kamuzu Barracks Reserves

Changalume/Prison vs Mafco

Chitipa United vs Tn Stars

Sable Farming fc vs Nyasa Big Bullets

Dedza Dynamos vs Silver Strikers

Karonga United vs lponga FC

Moyale Barracks vs Ngwanje FC

Kawinga FC vs Chintheche United

Rumphi United vs Blue Eagles

Airborne Rangers vs Ekwendeni Hammers

Kamuzu Barracks vs MDF Marine/Bangwe All Stars

Mighty Tigers vs Nyasa BB Reserves

Red Lions vs Zomba Air Base

Immigration vs Kadona Stars

Extreme FC vs The Boyz