Match Report: Sony dislodge AFC Leopards

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George Abege scored a brace early in the first half to hand Sony Sugar a 2-0 advantage at the break

Sony Sugar recovered from a shock defeat to thump relegated Muhoroni Youth 5-1 in a match played on Tuesday.

George Abege scored a brace early in the first half to hand Sony Sugar a 2-0 advantage at the break. Ex-Muhoroni Youth forwards, Benjamin Mosha could not spare his former employers when he slotted in Sony's other goal in the second half.

David Simiyu and Victor Ademba added Sony Sugar’s other goals in the second half to shoot the Awendo-based side to the top 10 in the 18-team table.

The win saw Sony Sugar kick AFC Leopards out of the top ten thanks to a superior goal difference and will face champions Gor Mahia in their final league match on Saturday.

Sony Starting XI: Kelvin Omondi, Bernard Omondi, Dennis Oduor, Alfred Onyango, Kevin Oluoch, Ademba Victor, Benjamin Mosha, Abege George, David Simiyu and Justine Monda.

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Reserves: Tom Muthomi, Nicholas Akoko, Jesse Obora, Samwel Okare, Mwana Yema and Marwa Chamberi.

Muhoroni Youth starting XI: Said Juma, Jacob Ombija, Jeconiah Ogendo, Faina Jacobs, Robert Indimuli, Collins Agade, Bliss Kityo, Maxwell Onyango, Farouk Mudoola, Hassan Kiyoyo and Johnmark Ochieng.

Reserve: Salim Sowedi, James Ogada, Yusuf Mohammed, Gradus Ochieng, Venval Thomas, Anthony Otuoma and Ambrose Ayoyi.

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