Ushuru routed fellow promotion contenders KCB as Kenya Police won the law enforcers derby in FKF National Super League matches played on Saturday, October 21, 2017.
A brace by Benson Amianda coupled with a goal apiece by Bill Oporia and Nelson Marasowe saw Ushuru shoot to the top of the log with 69 points from 31 matches. Kevin Migele scored a late consolation for the Bankers, the match ending 4-1. The win, the seventh in a row for Ushuru, consequently ended KCB’s seven-match winning streak.
Earlier, Kenya Police had dispatched Administration Police 4-1 in a law enforcers derby played at 2 pm. Benjamin Megason gave Kenya Police a 1-0 lead at the stroke of halftime. Joseph Oyule then doubled Police’s advantage before Clinton Kinanga scored a brace to complete a double over AP. Humphrey Alemba scored AP’s consolation. Kenya Police had won the first leg tie 2-0 in Nakuru.
In an early kick-off played at Camp Toyoyo, visiting Palos overcame MOSCA 1-0. Alex Waiswa struck a late goal from the spot to hand Palos their second win in a row after a run of five matches without a victory. MOSCA meanwhile is in real danger of relegation, having amassed only 15 points from 30 matches.
Modern Coast Rangers also edged out GFE 105 2-0 at the Mbaraki Sports Club while at the Thika sub-county Stadium Bidco United dispatched FC Talanta 3-2.
Kibera Black Stars
Two matches were played on Sunday, October 22, 2017. Nairobi Stima moved to within a point of fourth-placed Wazito after a 1-0 win over Nakuru All-Stars in Naivasha. Brian Mtiba scored the lone goal in the 38th minute. In Awendo Kibera Black Stars held hosts Isibania to a 1-1 draw.