FC Talanta produced the biggest upset of the 18th round of the FKF National Super League when they thumped Wazito 3-1 on Monday, March 4, 2019, at Camp Toyoyo.

Paul Karuri netted a brace, with Abdulwahab Adam also on the scoresheet as the Communications Authority-sponsored side cemented fourth place. Kennedy Ayako’s goal in the second half could only count as a consolation.

Wazito FC

Wazito midfielder Joe Waithira in a tussle for the ball with FC Talanta fullback Ronny Katumanga during their FKF National Super League match at Camp Toyoyo

Following the loss, Wazito has dropped to third place with 38 points, similar to second-placed Nairobi Stima, who however boast of a superior goal difference.

Earlier on at the same venue, Ushuru had maintained their place at the summit with a 3-0 win over Kangemi All-Stars.

Brian Yakhama, Oscar Mbugua, and Alex Sunga each netted a goal apiece as the Taxmen went three points clear of second-placed Nairobi Stima.

Ushuru vs Kangemi All Stars

Ushuru forward Brian Yakhama celebrates his goal in their 3-0 win over Kangemi All-Stars at Camp Toyoyo


Kenya Police also picked up a 2-1 win over Modern Coast Rangers in Naivasha.

Victor Melon had given the Law Enforcers a 46th-minute lead that Samuel Ate canceled out for the guests in the 54th minute. Abraham Dawo would, however, nick all three points with an 88th-minute strike.

Round 18 Results


  1. Administration Police 3-0 Eldoret Youth (Camp Toyoyo)
  2. Kibera Black Stars 1-1 St. Joseph’s Youth (Camp Toyoyo)
  3. Shabana 1-1 Nairobi Stima (Gusii Stadium)
  4. Green Commandos 2-1 Kisumu All Stars (Bukhungu Stadium)
  5. Migori Youth 1-0 Nairobi City Stars (Awendo Green Stadium)
  6. Fortune Sacco 0-1 Coast Stima (Thika Stadium)
  7. Thika United 0-2 Bidco United (Thika Stadium)


  1. Kangemi All-Stars 0-3 Ushuru (Camp Toyoyo)
  2. Wazito 1-3 Talanta (Camp Toyoyo)
  3. Kenya Police 2-1 Modern Coast Rangers (Karuturi Grounds)

Updated Standings