AFC Leopards finally registered first win in the league after downing Posta Rangers 2-0 on Wednesday.
The mailmen had made changes in the technical bench, appointing John Kamau in place of Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo whose contract had expired. Ingwe was also aiming at getting something from the match to bring to an end consecutive draws and give hope to the fans.
Defender Robinson Kamura opened the scoring for former champions in the 21st minute, and completed his brace in the 45th minute to extend Rangers misery. Ingwe has six points from five games and hopes to continue registering good results.
Kariobangi Sharks' speed to top of the table was cut short after Mt. Kenya United held them to a one all draw. Prior to the encounter, the visitors had lost four matches in a row and desperately needed something to boost their otherwise fading hopes.
Samuel Ndung'u provided just that with twenty minutes on the clock after perfectly connecting a corner-kick. The joy lasted for five minutes as the hosts hit back courtesy of Sydney Lokale who was at the right place to capitalize on Vincent Wasambo's pass.
At Awendo, Kakamega Homeboyz suffered their second loss in the top tier after falling to hosts Sony Sugar 2-1. The Paul Nkata led side conceded a penalty with almost ten minutes on the clock and the in-form Enock Agwanda rose for the occasion to hand the sugar millers a lead.
Moses Chikati made it worse several minutes later, putting the ball into his own net as he desperately tried to clear Agwanda's well brought ball. The Kakamega-based side however, did not go home empty handed as Peter Thiongo hit a consolation.
Coastal-based side Bandari FC failed to take maximum points away against Zoo Kericho after settling to a barren draw. The Bernard Mwalala led side had registered draws against KCB and Western Stima, and they needed something to resurrect their bid to get close to the top. That was not going to happen as the resilient hosts fought to get a point.
Promoted side Western Stima continued with their unbeaten run after holding 2009 league winners Sofapaka to a one all draw in another encounter played at Moi Stadium, Kisumu.
The power men were one of the three sides that had not tasted defeat this season, and Batoto ba Mungu knew what to expect. Cavin Odongo hit an early lead after a fine move, but Elly Asieche ensured things end 1-1.
Sydney Ochieng's double gave Tusker a 2-0 win against Vihiga United.