Administration Police, Ushuru, Kibera Black Stars register big wins in NSL goal fest

Administration Police, Ushuru, Kibera Black Stars register big wins in NSL goal fest

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Administration Police, Kibera Black Stars, KCB, and Ushuru registered big wins in a goal fest that characterized match week 10 of the FKF National Super League played on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th April 2017. Palos and Vihiga United also picked maximum points. At the Thika sub-county Stadium, it was yet another bad day in office for free falling Bidco United

Bidco came into their match against Kibera Black Stars on the back of a 6-1 loss to Nakuru All Stars in midweek. They found the going even tougher, with a youthful Kibera Black Stars giving them a run for their money. Black Stars’ Tony Baraza and Shaban Mohammed were on the scoresheet in the 2-1 win for the visitors

Meanwhile, MOSCA’s dip in form was punished yet again in a 0-3 loss to an organized KCB at the Camp Toyoyo. A brace by Chrispinus Onyango and a Dennis Nganga goal were enough to seal maximum points for the bankers

Administration Police

On Sunday 23rd, Administration Police, Vihiga United, Palos and Ushuru all registered home wins over their respective opponents. AP were the biggest winners of the day, spanking Agro Chemicals 4-0 at the Camp Toyoyo. AP scored through Kevin Aimo, Alfred Chole, Benjamin Kahindi and a goal from the spot by Humphrey Alemba

At the Moi Stadium in Kisumu, Palos shrugged off a 1-0 loss to KCB in their previous match to beat visiting FC Talanta with a similar score line. Benedict Jacob scored with virtually the last kick of the match to get Palos back to winning ways

Nakuru All Stars’ fine run was scathed by a 3-1 loss at the hands of Ushuru at the Camp Toyoyo. Vihiga United rose to the top of the standings with a 1-0 win over Police at the Mumias Sports Complex. Patrick Okullo’s lone goal was enough to do the job for Vihiga.

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Monday Fixtures

Three more matches will be played today. St Joseph Youth will be hosting Modern Coast Rangers at the Afraha Stadium as from 3 pm while GFE 105 will be on the road to take on Isebania in Awendo. Second-placed Wazito will also be looking to reclaim top spot when they face Nairobi Stima at the Cray Fish grounds in Naivasha.

A win for Wazito will take them back to top spot while a win for Nairobi Stima will lift the power men into the top four. Meanwhile, MOSCA is finding the going tough with only two points from nine matches. Bidco United also recorded their seventh loss of the season, the third in a row. Kibera Black Stars registered their second win of the season to take them to 15th place in the standings. GFE 105 has lost footing in spite of their strong start to the season. The Eldoret-based side has dropped to ninth place, but a win over Isebania today could lift them into the top five.

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