NSL: Modern Coast reap big as Wazito enjoy walkover

Round six of National Super League was put to action over the weekend

Modern Coast Rangers reaped the most goals in week 6 of National Super League action.

The Coast-based club beat Ushuru 3-1 in a match played at Thika Municipal Stadium just after Wazito FC were handed a walkover by Bidco United, who failed to provide emergency ambulance in time.

Mosca and Agrochemical shared a spoil of 2-2 at Camp Toyoyo with Notikelly Masasi grabbing a brace for Mosca as Dennis Odhiambo and William Odera score one goal apiece for Agro.

At Moi Stadium, Kisumu, in-form Morven Otinya was on target for Palos in the first-half before Peter Amani equalized in the 65th minute to take the match to a 1-1 draw.

Article continues below

A day before (Sunday), FC Talanta beat Kenya Police 2-1, Nairobi City Stars overcame Kibera Black Stars while GFE 105 edged out Vihiga United 2-1 at various venues.

Collated results: Monday; MOSCA FC 2 - 2 Agro Chemical, Bidco United 0 - 2 Wazito FC*, Palos FC 1 - 1 Naruku All Stars, Ushuru 1 - 3 Modern Coast Rangers.

Sunday: Talanta 2 vs 1 Kenya Police, Nairobi City Stars 3 vs 2 Kibera, Vihiga United 1 vs 2 GFE 105.

Next article:
Sarachan's stint as the friend-zoned USMNT coach winding to a close
Next article:
ISL 2018-19: Delhi Dynamos pay the price for wayward finishing
Next article:
MLS Review: Rooney hits stunner, Sounders clinch and SKC rolls
Next article:
USWNT's Concacaf final win represents first step toward World Cup victory in France
Next article:
Pochettino 'very proud' of Dier for crunching Ramos tackle