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Rehabilitated Mchinji Community Ground reopens

By Majona Jabesi Mnjuzi

Mchinji Community Ground reopened its gates with a grand ceremony on Sunday, marking the completion of extensive renovations aimed at bringing the stadium up to modern standards.

Expressing her satisfaction, Dorothy Musa, chairperson of Mchinji Council, hailed the reopening as a symbol of progress and development in the district.

“This ground has all relevant structures that enable it to be one of the best grounds in Mchinji and even the country at large. The reopening of the stadium will advance football sporting activities and will unearth hidden football talent among youths here in Mchinji,” she said.

The ground also received praise from Antonio Manda, General Secretary of the Central Region Football Association (CRFA), who commended the district council for prioritising sports development.

“CRFA is committed and will continue working with various councils to ensure several teams from districts have been promoted into the Super League of Malawi,” said Manda.

The refurbished Mchinji Community Ground boasts a fully grassed pitch, changing rooms, a VIP stand, ablution blocks for football fans, and a basketball court.

The reopening ceremony also featured a football match between Mchinji Select and Nyasa Big Bullets Reserve, and the Bullets’ youth team won the match by a goal to nil.

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