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Mufulira Leopards go top in Rugby League

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Mufulira Leopards have displaced vanquished KPF from the top of the National Rugby League table after a huge win over struggling Kitwe giants Diggers.

Leopards went to the top of the National Rugby League table after beating Diggers 69-6 in the Week Three game played over the weekend.

Leaders Leopards have 13 points from three matches played while winless Diggers are bottom of the table with no points.

Defending champions Red Arrows thumped KPF 52-17 at Kitwe Playing Fields in Kitwe to move into second position with ten points from two matches played.

During Week Three action, there were also wins for Lusaka who overcame Green Eagles 16 -18 and Nkwazi who thumped Green Buffaloes 24-5 to record their first win of the season.

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