NSL Review: Western Stima held as Kenya Police bounce back

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Western Stima
Nairobi City Stars' Kevin Ouma contests for possession with Western Stima's Geoffrey Ochieng during their FKF National Super League match at Camp Toyoyo.

Nairobi City Stars came from a goal down to pick a point off league leaders Western Stima in an FKF National Super League match played on Thursday, April 26, 2018.

City Stars defended resolutely for the better part of the match, having fielded five defenders, but were undone by a goal in the second half by Hubert Kopany, who had come off the bench.

Western Stima

The lead didn’t last long, however. Fellow substitute Robert Ndung’u restored parity to slow down the league leaders.

Stima consequently stretches her lead at the summit to seven points, albeit with a game in hand over second-placed Bidco United.

Earlier on at the same venue, Modern Coast Rangers had brushed aside favorites Kibera Black Stars 3-1.

Modern Coast Rangers

Dennis Owino, Eliakim Nyaanga, and Nahashon Thiong’o were on target for the guests, with Black Stars’ consolation coming off an own goal by Naftali Omayo.

Kenya Police

Kenya Police also managed a 1-0 upset of KCB while at the Bukhungu Stadium in Kakamega, hosts Green Commandos edged out Administration Police 2-1.

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