Nyasa Big Bullets Reserve have retained the MK7.5 million Powerstart top 8 trophy with a 3-1 win over Zingwangwa United at the Mulanje Park on Sunday.
The Powerstart Top 8 trophy is competed for by the best eight teams in the Southern Region Football Association (SRFA).
It was first played last season and was also won by the Bullets Reserves.
Emmanuel Saviel scored twice for Bullets Reserves with Chikumbutso Salima scoring the other while Mark Chembezi scored the lone goal for Zingangwa United.
For emerging champions, Bullets reserve pocketed MK2 million with Zingwangwa United going away with MK1 million.
Last season's runners up Changalume Barracks finished third in the competition this year after defeating Bangula Hammers 5-1.
Changalume Barracks has received k500,000 while Bangula Hammers has received k300,000.