Western Stima temporarily move up in the NSL log with a victory over Kangemi

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Stima came from a goal down to edge out Kangemi All-Stars 2-1 in the second match day

Western Stima temporarily rose to the top of the National Super League log following Friday’s victory against National Super League at the Hope Centre, Kangemi.

Stima came from a goal down to edge out Kangemi All-Stars 2-1 in the second match day.

Ronald Kirumira capitalized on a goalkeeping mishap by Stima custodian, Samuel Odhiambo, to put Kangemi on the lead.

Odhiambo would, however, atone for the error when he tucked in a second-half penalty to draw Stima level after Gregory Nyapala was adjudged to have handled the ball in the box.

As the match seemed to be heading for a share of the spoils, John Mwita rose high to head in the winner in the 87th minute.

Nairobi City Stars edged out Modern Coast Rangers 1-0. Peter Mwangi was on target for City Stars in the 6th minute to see them temporarily rise to sixth pending Saturday’s results.

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Five more matches will be played on Saturday. Kibera Black Stars will face off with Administration Police at the Hope Center starting 3 pm while Afraha Stadium will host the Nakuru Derby pitting St Joseph’s Youth against Nakuru All Stars.

Saturday Fixtures: Isibania vs KCB (Awendo Stadium, 3 pm), St Joseph’s Youth vs Nakuru All-Stars (Afraha Stadium, 12 pm), Kibera Black Stars vs Administration Police (Hope Center, 3 pm), Kisumu All Stars vs Nairobi Stima (Moi Stadium, 3 pm), GFE 105 vs Bidco United (Sudi Stadium, 3 pm).

Sunday Fixtures: Kenya Police vs Ushuru (Camp Toyoyo, 11 am), Coast Stima vs FC Talanta (Mbaraki Grounds, 1 pm).

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