Bandari recover from Kericho gun drama to shop at Nakumatt

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Chemelil Sugar missed a chance to leap from the relegation zone after getting just a point against rivals Sony

Nakumatt FC picked a second straight defeat in the Kenyan Premier League after falling 3-1 to hosts Bandari at Mbaraki Stadium.

Ugandan William Wadri opened the scoring early in the first half before captain Felly Mulumba and Shaban Kenga score the second and third respectively to help the Bernard Mwalala side collect maximum points.

Joe Waithera scored what turned out to be a consolation for the shoppers. The Dockers have fifty-eight points after thirty-one matches while Nakumatt have thirty-five.

Elsewhere, Chemelil Sugar missed a chance to leap from the relegation zone after getting just a point against rivals Sony Sugar in Awendo.

The Francis Baraza led side opened the scoring in the 21st minute courtesy of Justin Monda, who finished off a perfect move. The visitors wasted chances to double their advantage and eventually paid the price in the 71st minute.

Clinton Omondi brought in a perfect ball for Maxwell Onyango, who connected the ball well into the net to ensure his side gets a point. Chemelil have 32 points from thirty-one games, with Sony claiming their 39th of the season.

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