Two matches were on the cards as curtains came down on the first leg of the FKF National Super League on Saturday, March 9, 2019.
Kangemi All-Stars’ 5-3 win over Migori Youth was the highlight of the day at Camp Toyoyo. Guests Migori Youth had gone two nil up at the half-hour mark with goals from Mark Osewe and Samuel Plampan in the 5th and 31st minutes respectively.
Kangemi All-Stars would, however, produce a comeback when Joseph Luchenga, Moses Osure, and Geoffrey Ochieng netted a goal apiece to flip the match in the hosts’ favor.
Migori’s Benjamin Owuso restored parity in the 70th minute but two late goals by Beneventure Atse and Moses Osure saw Kangemi come out with all three points.
At the Thika Stadium, in the meantime, Administration Police came from a goal down to beat hosts Bidco United 2-1.
Sean Opwora had put the hosts on the front foot in the 30th minute for a 1-0 halftime lead, but two quickfire goals by Abbas Karim and Etemesi Asumwa saw the guests run away with all three points.
After 19 rounds of matches, Ushuru tops the 20 team log with 41 points, a tally matched by Nairobi Stima and Wazito. Only goal difference separates the three sides.
Kisumu All-Stars and FC Talanta complete the top five, with the latter being only five points adrift top spot.
NSL Round 19 Results
- Ushuru 0-1 Kenya Police (Camp Toyoyo)
- Nairobi City Stars 1-3 Kibera Black Stars (Camp Toyoyo)
- FC Talanta 1-1 Shabana (Camp Toyoyo)
- St Joseph Youth 0-1 Wazito (Afraha Stadium)
- Nairobi Stima 1-0 Eldoret Youth (Karuturi Grounds)
- Modern Coast Rangers vs Fortune Sacco (Serani Sports Ground)
- Coast Stima 2-0 Green Commandos (Mbaraki Sports Club)
- Kisumu All-Stars 1-0 Thika United (Moi Stadium Kisumu)
- Bidco United 1-2 Administration Police (Thika Stadium)
- Kangemi All-Stars 5-3 Migori Youth (Camp Toyoyo)