Advert Eyez win to move top of Left Foot league

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The victors took advantage of a draw by table toppers Nyayo Kingdom Champions to register a convincing win on Sunday

Advert Eyez ascended to the summit of Left Foot Division Four league after they beat DGM Kenya (Matrix  FC) 2-0 in a match played at Kilimani grounds.

The victors took advantage of a draw by table toppers Nyayo Kingdom Champions to register a convincing win courtesy of Wilfred Papu’s double and move top of the log.

In other matches, Tropical Heat drew 1-1 with Total Kenya, Diamond Trust Bank edged out Vitambi Viishe 1-0, Harleys Limited lost 1-0 to M-Kopa Solar Limited, Kenya Commercial Bank drew 1-1 with Africa Logistics Limited and Seacom FC managed a similar score line against Nyayo Kingdom Champions.

Bethel FC maintained their good run in Division One after beating Black Diamond 2-0. GreenZone Property MGT also won 1-0 against Strath FC, Consolidated Bank beat Nyayo FC 2-0 and Hurlingham FC lost 2-0 to Amiran Lions.

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Best African Cosmetics won in Division two after they beat Saad Advocates 3-1. Disciples FC won 2-0 against Toyota Kenya, Bethel FC beat All Saints 1-0, Schindler Limited drew 0-0 with Safaricom and Sumo Insurance managed a 2-0 win over Davis and Shirtliff.

In Division Three, MP Shah registered a huge 6-2 win over Young Boys, Oilibya FC won 3-1 against Shani GYM, Samba FC beat Kingsway Group 1-0 and Ping Limited drew 1-1 with HHM.

In the Communities league, Total Disaster registered mixed outings. They beat All Stars 1-0 and drew 1-1 with Chizzi Squad while Old Stars FC won 2-0 against Punjabi Wazee.

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