Kibera Black Stars recorded their maiden win in the FKF National Super League with a 0-1 win over MOSCA at the Camp Toyoyo. Wazito leaped to the top of the log with a 1-2 win over Administration Police. Agro Chemicals also recorded their first win of the season with a 1-2 win over Bidco United.
Five matches were played on Friday 14 April to kick off match week eight action. At the Camp Toyoyo grounds in Jericho, Ushuru was held to a 1-1 draw by visiting GFE 105. The visitors were the first to score through Boniface Mukhekhe. Ushuru restored parity from the spot with ten minutes to play through Lwamba Mulondwa.
The second match of the day at the same venue saw Kibera Black Stars beat MOSCA 1-0. Ronald Reagan scored in the 35th minute to hand the league debutants their maiden win in the National Super League.
At the Moi Stadium in Kisumu, Palos recorded their first home win of the season, beating Police 3-1. Selemani Manjenga, Anthony Waiswa, and Harambee Stars call-up Morven Otinya were on the scoresheet for Palos.
Isebania also pulled an upset, beating Modern Coast Rangers 1-0 at the Awendo Green Stadium. Felix Okik scored in the 80th minute to hand the hosts their second win of the season.
At the Thika sub-county stadium, nine-man Wazito snatched a 2-1 win over hosts Administration Police. Pistone Mutamba and Edicah Mukolwe were on the scoresheet for Wazito, in a match that two of Wazito’s players, Dennis Gicheru and Kennedy Okanda were sent off.
On Saturday 15 April, Agro Chemicals recorded their first win of the season, beating hosts Bidco United 1-2 at the Thika Sub County Stadium. The hosts went ahead early in the match through Anthony Mbugua before Jackson Maina leveled in the 35th minute for a 1-1 halftime scoreline. In the second half, Emmanuel Kapchanga gave Agro Chemicals the lead, which they held onto for their first win of the season.
In today’s fixtures, Nakuru All Stars held Vihiga United to a 0-0 stalemate at the Mumias Sports Complex. KCB came from two goals down to force a 2-2 draw with Nairobi City Stars. Ezekiel Odera and Robert Ndungu gave City Stars a 2-0 lead before Kennedy Owino and Simon Abuko restored parity for the Bankers. Meanwhile, at the Crayfish Grounds in Naivasha, Ivan Anguyo scored from the spot as Nairobi Stima beat St Joseph Youth 1-0 for their third win of the season.
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Wazito’s win over Administration Police saw them leapfrog GFE 105 to top the league with 16 points from eight matches. GFE 105, Vihiga United and Palos complete the top four. MOSCA is the only team that is yet to record a win. The team has only amassed two points from two draws in seven matches played.
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