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By Mercy Chewe
Defending champions Lunga Bullets are the early pacesetters in the new 2021 Copperbelt Basketball League season.
The 2019 winners have so far recorded two straight wins in the new campaign from two matches played.
Lunga at the weekend thumped YMCA Stingers 72-39 in Ndola to record their second win of the season.
The win moved the Kitwe based club to six points after playing two games.
In the other Super League game, Spax Warriors beat Ndola Takers by 57-53.
Women’s League champions Spax Storm equally maintained their winning start when beating newcomers Slum Dunk 52-14.
Slum Dunk beat Spax Warriors B 43-35 in League B to record their first win of the season.