Fourteen goals were scored in six National Super League matches played across the country on Saturday.
Wazito's Piston Mutamba scored undoubtedly the fastest goal this season to help his side to a comfortable 2-0 win away to Modern Coast Rangers. The striker netted within the first 30 seconds to take his tally of the season to nine, with Samson Ndegwa scoring the second goal to ensure Wazito stay on top with 28 points.
At Camp Toyoyo, goals from Benson Amianda and Roosvelt Blatty were all Ken Kenyatta's Ushuru needed to to down Police FC and record fifth straight win in the league. The visitors missed the services of Kevin Omondi and Eric Mmata, who are nursing injuries, but will still have to blame themselves for missing chances. The win ensures the tax men are just a point behind leaders Wazito.
John Kamau's FC Talanta had no say against hosts Vihiga United at Mumias Sports Complex. The third placed team, with 27 points, needed goals from Rashid Kyambadde and Dan Guya - who scored an own goal, to emerge 2-1 winners and pile pressure on the leaders. The visitors scored their consolation through Michael Omachi.
In Naivasha's Karuturi grounds commonly referred to as Cray Fish or Old Trafford, Nairobi Stima continued with its fine run after bagging maximum points against Agro Chemicals. The lone goal was scored by Victor Omune. KCB continued with their quest to return to the top tier after a comfortable win against Thika-based side Bidco United.
The bankers needed goals from Dennis Ng'ang'a and Ousman Luiz to reduce Kevin Migele's strike to a mere consolation. It was Robert Matano's first match in charge since his move from Nairobi City Stars. At Awendo, Isibania FC was shot down by visiting Nakuru All Stars. Goals by the visitors were scored courtesy of James Mukwana and Joseph Chege. The hosts scored their goal through Lucas Waitere.