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NSL Review: KCB back in contention as Nairobi Stima falters

KCB midfielder Samuel Mwangi controls the ball under pressure from his St Joseph Youth marker during a past FKF National Super League match
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Two wins in two for KCB, backed by Nairobi Stima’s dip in form, has seen the former get back in contention for a place in the 2019 top tier league.

The Bankers braved a late surge by Kenya Police in their last match played on Saturday to win 2-1. Kennedy Owino and Shami Mwinyi were on target, with Peter Wanyonyi’s 85th-minute goal serving as a mere consolation.

KCB is consequently second, seven points shy of league leaders Western Stima albeit with a game in hand.

Nairobi Stima, on the other hand, dropped points for the second time in a row, consequently dropping to third with 63 points from 31 matches.

Stima was held to a 0-0 draw by Bidco United on the back of a 2-1 loss to GFE 105.

Western Stima, meanwhile, is firmly in control following a 1-0 win over Nairobi City Stars. John Oruko scored the lone goal to guide the Powermen to a sixth in a row, which sees them lead the log with 67 points from 31 matches.

Weekend Results


  1. Administration Police 1-2 Green Commandos (Camp Toyoyo)


  1. Bidco United 0-0 Nairobi Stima (Thika Stadium)
  2. Kisumu All-Stars 0-0 Migori Youth (Moi Stadium)
  3. KCB 2-1 Kenya Police (Camp Toyoyo)


  1. Western Stima 1-0 City Stars (Moi Stadium)
  2. Modern Coast Rangers 2-1 Kibera Black Stars (Mbaraki Sports Club)
  3. Nakuru All-Stars 0-1 Coast Stima (Afraha Stadium)
  4. Talanta 2-2 GFE 105 (Camp Toyoyo)
  5. Ushuru 0-0 Kangemi All-Stars (Camp Toyoyo)


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