Big Bullets forward Chiukepo Msowoya won the Malawi Super League player of the season award and was also the joint top goal scorer along side Innocent Bokosi of Red Lions with 14 goals a peace.
Msowoya, who pocketed K425 000 in prize money, was recognised for his role in helping the peoples team to defend their Super League in record-breaking fashion in 2015 season. In the player of the season category, he overcame Yamikani Fodya who was favorite to claim the award.
The former Escom United and Orlando Pirates forward revived back his career following a disappointing season at Pirates and Platinum Stars in South Africa.
In other categories, Fodya was voted best defender of the season whilst Stainley Sanudi of Mighty Wanderers was voted the most improved player of the season.
Blue Eagles shot-stopper John Soko was voted the best goalkeeper of the season with Civo Service United midfielder Nelson Kangunje being voted as the best midfielder of the season. Overall, league champions Bullets dominated the awards.
Full list of winners:
Super League player of the season (K300 000): Chiukepo Msowoya
Best Defender of the season (K100 000): Yamikani Fodya.
Most Improved player of the season (K100 000): Stainley Sanudi.
Best Goalkeeper of the season (K100 000): John Soko
Best Midfielder of the season (K100 000): Nelson Kangunje
Top Goal Scorers award (K125 000 each): Innocent Bokosi and Chiukepo Msowoya.
Best Technical Panel of the season (K100 000): Blue Eagles.
Best Managed team of the season (K100 000): Big Bullets
Fair Play teams of the season
1. Civo Service United
2. Azam Tigers 3. Fisd Wizards
Most Improved teams
1. Mafco FC 2. Mighty Wanderers FC
Most disciplined supporters
Big Bullets FC
At the awards, longest serving players in the top flight were honored by sponsors.
James Chilapondwa, Jacob Ngwira, Rodrick Douglas, Mapopa Kaunda, Mabvuto Khozombwa, Gerald Mkungula, Josephy Kachule, Charles Ngosi and Lameck Thindwa are some of the longest serving players to have been honored.
At the end of the ceremony, Bullets were handed the trophy plus a dummy cheque worthy K15 million.
The Blantyre based giants won the league with 66 points, becoming the first team to win the title with such margin.