Ushuru fall again and Western Stima bounce back

Yusuf Eme was the first to shake the taxmen's net with Rodgers Okoth doubling the advantage in the 48th minute

Ushuru's poor run in National Super league hit another low after a humiliating 3-0 defeat against Mombasa-based side Coast Stima at Mbaraki Stadium.

Yusuf Eme was the first to shake the taxmen's net after 20 minutes, with Rodgers Okoth doubling the advantage in the 48th minute. Alfred Maningi sealed the win for Coast Stima.

Ushuru has won just two out of the eight matches played, drawing four times and losing twice. Western Stima bounced back to winning ways after downing GFE 105 by a solitary goal.

The former top tier side had collected a single point from its last two outings. However, goalkeeper Samuel Odhiambo ensured his side registers maximum points after converting a penalty.

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At Camp Toyoyo, Kenya Police held Kibera Black Stars to a one all draw. Wilson Njuguna scored for the slum boys but Abraham Dawo ensured spoils are shared later on.

In other results, Bidco United defeated Administration Police 2-0 in another match played at Thika Sub-county Stadium as Nairobi Stima and Modern Coast Rangers settled for a two all draw. KCB was held to a barren draw by St. Josephs.

On Sunday, Green Commandos will play host to Isibania as City Stars square it out with Kangemi All Stars. Another match will be between Kisumu All Stars against Nakuru All Stars.

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