The flower men waste another chance of moving out of relegation zone with a wasteful barren draw against Henry Omino's side to remain at the basement of the leagueBottom placed league side Oserian FC failed to make any head way in their quest to move out of relegation zone after being forced to scoreless draw with visiting Western Stima in a Kenya Premier League (KPL) match played at their home turf in Naivasha on Saturday.
The barren draw has left the Peter Ogutu coached side still rooted at the rock bottom of the 16 team table with 16 points.
Last weekend they also settled for a barren draw against KCB at the same venue. The visiting Stima side could have taken the lead early in the first half when Alloyce Mangi combined well with fellow striking partner Justin Monda but Monda's drive narrowly missed the target.
The second half was a balanced affair with both sides throwing the spanner in the works but neither side could master the skills to shake the net.
Stima's coach Henry Omino's deploying a four man defense marshaled by Hudson Muhako, Jackson Saleh, Robert Kwaye and Kevin Oluoch were forced to do extra work in the second half as Oserian pitched tent in their half for a goal but they did not budge.
Stima would have run away with victory but centre referee Amos Ichingwa disallowed substitute Mark Serenge's goal for offside. Oserians' strikers Jack Obayi and Edmond Murai made attempts at Stima's goal but keeper David Juma was up to the task.
As a result of the draw ,Stima's position remains unchanged. They are at position seven with 27 points, five shy of sixth placed Gor Mahia. Stima were on the losing end last week falling to a 0-1 home defeat to Mathare United.