Kibera Black Stars go third as Western Stima stumble

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Table toppers Western Stima needed a late goal by Godfrey Ochieng to cancel out a Paul Karuri early strike

Kibera Black Stars came from a goal down to down visiting Kisumu All Stars 2-1 at Camp Toyoyo on Friday.

It was the visitors, who started the match strongly and went ahead in the first half, courtesy of Omondi Shadrack, who unleashed an unstoppable shot past the wall and into the net.

Whatever the tactician told his charges after the break worked as Henry Onyango and substitute Shaban Juma scored a goal apiece to send the Kibera-based side to the third position.

Head coach Godfrey Oduor was elated with the performance by his side despite an early setback. "I told my players this is a chance to hit a thirty-point mark and we should not waste it.

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“It was a perfect second half; we want to keep on working harder and be one of the top teams by the end of the season.”

Earlier at the same venue, leaders Western Stima needed a late goal by Godfrey Ochieng to cancel out a Paul Karuri early strike.

In other matches played on Friday, Coast Stima defeated Kenya Police 3-1 with Nakuru All Stars downing Modern Coast 2-1.

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