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NSL Review: Wazito, Ushuru falter as Police master identical wins

Wazito vs Migori Youth
Wazito midfielder David Oswe in action against his Migori Youth markers during their FKF National Super League match at Camp Toyoyo on Sunday
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League leaders Ushuru and second-placed Wazito both dropped points this weekend as the FKF National Super League entered round 22.

Wazito lost 1-0 at home to Migori Youth. Clinton Okoth netted the lone goal in the first half, a goal they held onto for their fourth win of the season.

Ushuru, meanwhile, played out a 2-2 draw with Kibera Black Stars on Saturday at Camp Toyoyo.

Brian Yakhama netted a brace for the Taxmen, with Evans Chief and Denix Wanyama on target for Black Stars.

Wazito has since remained second on the log with 48 points from 22 matches, a point clear of Wazito.

Nairobi Stima, meanwhile, is third, two points behind Wazito, following their 1-0 win over Coast Stima in a derby played at the Karuturi Grounds.

Kenya Police and Administration Police, in the meantime, registered identical 3-1 wins over Thika United and Modern Coast Rangers respectively.

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NSL Round 22 Results

Saturday

  1. FC Talanta 1-1 Kisumu All Stars (Camp Toyoyo)
  2. Kibera Black Stars 2-2 Ushuru (Camp Toyoyo)
  3. Bidco United 3-2 St. Joseph’s Youth (Thika Stadium)
  4. Thika United 1-3 Kenya Police (Thika Stadium)

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Sunday

  1. Shabana 3-1 Kangemi All-Stars (Gusii Stadium)
  2. Eldoret Youth 1-0 Nairobi City Stars (Eldoret Show Grounds)
  3. Nairobi Stima 1-0 Coast Stima (Karuturi Grounds)
  4. Administration Police 3-1 Modern Coast Rangers (Camp Toyoyo)
  5. Wazito 0-1 Migori Youth (Camp Toyoyo)
  6. Green Commandos 1-1 Fortune Sacco (Bukhungu Stadium)

Updated Standings


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