Wazito back on top as Kibera record first win

Kibera Black Stars finally got off the mark to register first win of the season at the expense of poor Mosca FC on Friday

A total of eleven goals were scored in five matches played across the country in National Super League on Friday.

Kibera Black Stars finally got off the mark to register first win of the season at the expense of poor Mosca at Camp Toyoyo Grounds. The Kibera-based side had collected just two points from initial six matches, but this time round, Ronald Reagan's goal was all the Nairobi-based side needed to get maximum points; with Mosca coach Kisko Kariuki under pressure to turn the season around.

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At the same venue, Ushuru registered second successive draw this time round against high flying Eldoret side GFE 105. The taxmen had to rely on Lwamba Bebeto's penalty to cancel out Boniface Mukhekhe's strike. Ken Kenyatta's side played to a 1-1 all draw last week against Wazito FC.

Nyanza-based side Isebania FC recorded second win in as many matches against visitors Modern Coast Rangers at Awendo. Morvin Otinya scored his eighth goal of the season in favour of Palos who downed Police FC 3-1 in Kisumu. The high flying hosts scored the other two goals courtesy of Selemani Majenga and Anthony Waiswa. Police managed a consolation from Jesse Mata.

Palos are now third on thirteen points, three less than leaders Wazito, who defeated Administration Police 2-1 at Thika Municipal Stadium. 

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