AFC Leopards striker Alex Orotamal leads Kenyan Premier League Team of the Week

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The Nigerian striker put up one of the best displays for Ingwe since signing in the weekend that saw Gor Mahia lose their second match this season

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    #1 Goalkeeper: Emase Eliud - Thika United

    Despite not training for the best part of last week, Gor Mahia aimed at getting maximum points against struggling Thika United. Emase was exceptional at the back, commanding his defenders well and was rewarded with a clean sheet.

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    #2 Right back: Jockins Atudo - Posta Rangers

    He has not been doing well of late, committing mistakes that have cost his team on several occasions. However, despite being on the losing end, Atudo did well to ensure his department was not a highway for AFC Leopards wingers.

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    #3 Left back: Isaac Kipyegon - Zoo Kericho

    Playing against a very fast side is never a walk in the park for fullbacks. Kipyegon handled the Bandari attackers well, helping in attack as well when a chance came by in 1-1 draw on Sunday.

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    #4 Center back: Pascal Ogweno - Sharks

    The defender used his body well and calmed the proceedings at the back with ease. Won most of the aerial balls as his team registered a 5-2 win against a poor Nakumatt side.

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    #5 Center back - Benjamin Oketch - Homeboyz

    Is Homeboyz too small for him? He literally run the show against Nzoia Sugar; a no nonsense defender, who did everything to ensure he stopped the opponents’ from attacking and made his aerial presence felt.

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    #6 Defensive midfielder: Ongoma - Ulinzi Stars

    Wazito were desperate for maximum points against Ulinzi Stars and they channeled most of the attacks from the midfield. However, Ongoma was there to stop them and protect the back four as the soldiers claimed a 1-0 win.

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    #7 Holding/creative midfielder: Omotto - Sharks

    He was the reason why Kariobangi Sharks did an excellent job against Nakumatt at the Camp Toyoyo. Omotto controlled the proceedings in the midfield with ease, creating chance after chance for the winners.

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    #8 Creative Midfielder: Madoya - Zoo Kericho

    They call him 'Kadogo Kabaya' and he showed his best against the Dockers on Sunday. When all seemed lost, Madoya was there to strike late and give his team a much needed point against the in-form Bandari.

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    #9 Left offensive: Erick Kapaito - Sharks

    It was his day! The former FC Talanta forward ran the show against Nakumatt and was rewarded with a hat-trick. The defenders literally were unable to stop this man on his tracks.

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    #10 Center Forward: Orotamal – AFC Leopards

    Arguably his best performance in an Ingwe jersey. With most attackers missing owing to injuries, the Nigerian was handed a striking role and he did well by hitting a brace, the second goal against Posta Rangers was something else!

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    #11 Right offensive: Moses Mudavadi - Homeboyz

    Another player, who shone this weekend for his team. He created several chances from the wing, finishing two as well and helping the Paul Nkata coached side claim maximum points.