This is after the final was stopped on Saturday, owing to the heavy rains that pounded Nairobi City and its environs leaving the match venue – Kasarani – to reach an unplayable condition.
The teams had headed into the tunnel for half-time after an entertaining first half that saw Bandari take a deserved 2-1 lead when the heavens opened up, forcing the match referee to call off the tie after assessing the situation of the venue.
MATCH UPDATE!— Kariobangi Sharks FC (@k_sharksfc) June 1, 2019
Referee ends the game at half-time after unbearable rains. Match to be played tomorrow from 11:00 am. pic.twitter.com/B68AKO0Tuv
“We will replay the game on Sunday and it will kick-off at 11 am. The match will be played at the same venue and will start from the second half,” one of the FKF official's, who did not want to be named, told Goal at Kasarani.
The visiting Dockers took the lead through Yema Mwana after he managed to beat keeper Gad Mathews with a long range effort. Mwana grabbed his brace in the 23rd minute after he sneaked into Kariobangi Sharks box and eventually fired past Mathews for Bandari's second goal.
The Sharks had to wait until the 29th minute to pull one goal back after Kapaito got past Bandari's backline before cutting back for Patillah Omoto to shoot and beat Farouk Shikalo from some distance away from the box.
Breaking News:— Bandari FC (@BandariOfficial) June 1, 2019
Due to heavy rain!
Which rendered the field unplayable!
FKF SPORTPESA SHIELD
has been abandoned till tomorrow at 11:00 AM! pic.twitter.com/lYTpSfmjrz
The two teams will now wait until Sunday to know who will represent the country in the Caf Confederation Cup next season.
Braces from Clinton Kisiakuki and Simon Munala coupled with solo goals from Bolton Omwenga and Benson Amianda were enough to hand KCB Shs750, 000 for finishing third.
SS Assad scored their solitary goal in the 85th minute when Abdallah Mdeka beat Peter Manyika in goal. The Coastal-based side went home with Shs500, 000 for finishing fourth.