Western Stima extend lead as Ushuru and Nairobi Stima slip again

Ken Okaka.
Nairobi City Stars fell 2-1 to Administration Police with Nakuru All Stars falling by the same margin against Green Commandos

Western Stima hit a 67th point mark after downing Kenya Police by a solitary goal in National Super League match played on Sunday.

Geoffrey Ochieng’ was on target for the power men, who missed several scoring opportunities especially in the first half. The result turned out to be a huge one for the Paul Ogai led side as the closest challengers dropped points.

Ushuru FC collected a point against a defensive minded Migori Youth, formerly known as Isebania. The Ken Kenyatta led side lacked ideas especially in attack with the home team relying on counter attacks to get something.

It was not a perfect outing for Nairobi Stima who fell 2-1 against GFE105. The Eldoret based side was hungry for a win, and they gave their maximum on the pitch. Joseph Omondi and Collins Otieno were on target for the GFE side, with John Kang'ethe's strike turning out to be just but a consolation for the visitors, who are second on the log with sixty-one points.

In other results, FC Talanta needed goals from Abdul Wahab, Rodgers Omondi and Paul karuri to defeat St Joseph’s 3-1. Stephen Njoroge scored the consolation goal for the saints.

Bidco collected a point away against Coast Stima; Rodgers Okumu scored for the hosts but Michael Owino's late goal restored parity and a point for the Japheth Akhulia led side.

Nairobi City Stars, surprisingly, fell 2-1 to Administration Police with Nakuru All Stars falling by the same margin against Green Commandos. Kangemi All Stars defeated Modern Coast by a solitary goal.

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