Nairobi Stima consolidated their position as promotion candidates from National Super League after downing Administration Police 3-1.
Despite losing defender Sande Shela after a deserved red card, Ivan Anguyo, John Kang'ethe and Brian Mtiba ensured maximum points for the powermen, with Calvin Osumba getting a consolation for his side.
Ezekiel Akwana led Nakuru All Stars downed Nairobi City Stars by a solitary goal to ensure their seven match unbeaten record ends. The lone goal was scored by Lokale Sydney who, coincidentally, was making his debut for the Nakuru-based side.
Edwin Oduor and Simon Abuko strikes sent KCB to third on the log as the bankers clawed Kenya Police 2-0. The Leonard Saleh led side took advantage of Ushuru - who were surprisingly felled by St. Josephs 2-1, to move into the promotion bracket.
Vihiga United consolidated their position on top of the table after defeating compatriots Wazito by a solitary goal. The leaders struck courtesy of Senaji Clyde, albeit from the penalty spot.
In other results, Mosca and GFE played to a one all draw as Kibera Black Stars and FC Talanta shared the spoils in a 2-2 draw.
Palos defeated Agro Chemicals 2-0 with Bidco winning agaunst Modern Coast Rangers by a solitary goal.