NSL Review: Western Stima cement top spot as Nairobi Stima move second

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kangemi All Stars vs Western Stima
Kangemi All Stars' offensive midfielder Geoffrey Alwala in a tussle for the ball with Western Stima's Kevin Akongó during a past FKF National Super League match played on Friday July, 13, 2018, at the Hope Center

Western Stima edged out Nakuru All Stars 2-1 in one of two FKF National Super League matches played on Saturday, August 18, 2018, to maintain their place at the top.

Erastus Mwaniki was on target for Stima against his former side, with Kevin Okoth also getting his name on the scoresheet. Victor Oduor’s goal in stoppage time for the guests only served as a consolation.

In Awendo meanwhile, visiting Nairobi Stima brushed Isibania aside to move second, pending Monday’s match pitting Ushuru against FC Talanta. A goal by top Scorer Stephen Owusu, coupled with a brace by Victor Ndinya, was enough to do the job for the Powermen.

Two more matches will be played on Sunday, August 19, 2018, at Camp Toyoyo.

Updated Standings

Friday Results

  1. Administration Police 0-1 Kisumu All Stars (Camp Toyoyo, 2 pm)
  2. KCB 0-0 Bidco United (Camp Toyoyo, 4.15 pm)
  3. Kenya Police 2-0 GFE 105 (Karuturi Grounds, 1 pm)

Saturday Results

  1. Western Stima 2-1 Nakuru All-Stars (Moi Stadium Kisumu, 3 pm)
  2. Isibania 0-3 Nairobi Stima (Awendo Green Stadium, 3 pm)

Sunday Fixtures

  1. Kangemi All-Stars vs Coast Stima (Camp Toyoyo, 2 pm)
  2. Nairobi City Stars vs St Joseph’s Youth (Camp Toyoyo, 4.15 pm)

Monday Fixture

  1. Ushuru Vs Talanta (Camp Toyoyo, 4.15 pm)

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