Bullets, formed in 1967, also achieved another milestone by amassing unprecedented 66 points in the 15-member league, opening a 16-point lead over second-place, Mafco (Malawi army club).
Additionally, the club’s striker Chiukepo Msowoya emerged joint top scorer on 14 goals, with Innocent Bokosi of army team, Red Lions.
During the game, Msowoya scored the second goal for Bullets after Civo’s Richard Chande’s own goal had cancelled out Gerald Nkungula’s opener for the hosts. Substitute Mussa Manyenje put the game beyond Civo’s reach with Bullets third goal. Civo are sponsored by the Office of the President.
Bullets have won the league 13 times, with Reserve Bank-sponsored Silver Strikers trailing with eight titles. Be Forward Wanderers have won the national championship five times.
Bottom three finishers, Fisd Wizards, Airborne Rangers and Dedza Young Soccer have been relegated and will be replaced by three champions from second tier regional leagues.