NSL: Ouna suffer defeat as Matano is felled

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GFE, Ushuru and Palos continued with their fine run as Talanta managed to get a point after failing twice in lower league

Eighteen goals were scored in the seven matches played in National Super League across the country.

GFE, Ushuru and Palos continued with their fine run as Talanta managed to get a point after failing twice. At Kipchoge Keino stadium, Eldoret, visitors Nairobi City Stars failed to click against hosts GFE 105 as Robert Matano tasted his second defeat in a row. Zeka Wakoli, who has now scored five goals in two matches, put his side ahead late in the first half before Edwin Nduati leveled.

But the Rift Valley-based side went home smiling courtesy of Elvis Okusi strike. GFE has now collected six points after two matches. In Awendo Green Stadium, promoted Isibania was on the receiving end as Ken Kenyatta led Ushuru FC run riot. Lwamba Bebeto and Victor Ochieng' were on target as the tax collectors made intent clear. It was the second straight win for Ushuru, who were relegated last season.

Mosca's poor run continued as they suffered their second defeat this season in the hands of hosts Modern Coast at Mbaraki Stadium, Mombasa. Francis Ocholla put the Rangers ahead in the first half before Michael Muya scored to his own net to give the opponents a comfortable win.

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On Sunday, at Camp Toyoyo, Frank Ouna led Wazito FC suffered first defeat this season against Kisumu-based Palos FC. Morven Otinya scored a brace in the first half to ensure his team led by the first 45 minutes. Not even the Paul Karuri header could push Wazito to a comeback as they finally fell 2-1.

Former Gor Mahia midfielder Kevin 'Ade' Omondi netted twice as Police FC labored to a 2-1 win against Kibera Black Stars in the same venue. The Kibera-based side scored through Tony Baraza who capitalized on Barnabas Tiema mistake, but it turned out to be a consolation.

Vincent Ochami and former AFC Leopards, Gor Mahia man Ivan Anguyo scored a goal each to help Nairobi Stima floor Bidco United 2-1. The Thika-based side scored its consolation through Edwin Wamoleni. Finally, John Kamau recorded his first point this season after holding hosts Agro-Chemical to a barren draw. Talanta had fallen 1-0 and 5-2 to Wazito and GFE 105 respectively.

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