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Cecafa guests Malawi get fair draw



The Flames of Malawi have received a fair draw for the 2012 Cecafa Tusker Senior Challenge Cup to take place in Uganda from November 24 to December 8 in Uganda.

Results of the draw conducted yesterday in Kampala indicate that the three-time winners Malawi has been thrown into group C alongside Zanzibar, Eritrea and Rwanda.

The draw took place two days after the Flames coach Kinnah Phiri released a provisional 25-member squad for the Cecafa cup.

The squad comprises new faces such as Moses Nankumba of Azam Tigers, Green Harawa, Rodrick Gonani, Peter Pindani from Silver Strikers, Blue Eagles' Micium Mhone, Steve Chagoma, Big Bullets' sensation Gabadinho Mhango, Owen Chaima and George Nyirenda.

Experienced campaigners Joseph Kamwendo, Moses Chavula, Chiukepo Msowoya, Foster Namwela, Frank Banda and Dave Banda have also made the squad.



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