Lumwana Radiants coach Osward Mutapa believes his teams poor start to the first half cost them Saturday's home game against Napsa Stars.
Mutapa was impressed with the improved Lumwana he saw in the second half. He saw glimpses of commitment in the second half something he wants to see often.
"We had a lot of chances in the second half. We started poorly in the first half hence conceding in the 14th minute but picked up around the 20th minute," he said.
"We still have to work hard. We have to push, Commitment has to be there . In the second half they showed commitment and wanting to win," he said.
John Sikaumbwes lone strike was enough to hand Napsa Stars maximum points and leave Lumwana rooted to the bottom of stream B. Napsa move to fourth with seven points just two points adrift of log leaders Green Eagles.