The 2-1 win was Zoo Kericho’s first victory since joining Kenyan Premier League after playing seven matches without any.
Geoffrey Gichana and Kevin Omondi were the men who ensured that the Sammy Okoth coached side walk home with a sweet bunch of three points against a physically fit Ulinzi Stars.
Yogo, however believes that Zoo Kericho were to start winning against Nzoia Sugar when they registered a draw but he termed the Ulinzi Stars’ win as a huge morale booster.
"The win has been coming. Our matches against Nzoia (Sugar) and Muhoroni Youth are matches I feel we should have won but we were a little unlucky. The boys have worked so hard in the last few weeks and this was a deserved win."
"It will boost the team's confidence because when you fail to win for long it affects the players psychologically and so we will build on this going forward," he told the club’s official facebook page.
The Kericho-based outfit will play against Western Stima in their next match.