Allan Wanga scores for Homeboyz to open lead in KPL Golden Boot race

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The former Harambee Stars striker has scored 17 goals, one more than his closest rival Umaru Kasumba of Sofapaka

Allan Wanga scored his 17th goal of the season at Sudi Stadium as he helped Kakamega Homeboyz beat Nzoia Sugar 2-0 on Thursday.

Dennis Odhiambo was the other scorer for Kakamega Homeboyz in a tense affair in Bungoma. The win helped the visitors earn vital points to keep them chasing the top three spots, one of their season’s top targets.

Meanwhile, at Awendo Stadium, Sony Sugar got a 2-0 win over visitors KCB. Sony Sugar’s lead striker Derrick Otanga bagged his 12th goal of the running campaign in the 55th minute of play.

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Salmon Omollo had powered the Sugar Millers ahead in the 35th minute and Otanga’s strike confirmed the home side's win and condemned the Bankers to another loss after winning the previous match against Mount Kenya United 2-0.

Finally, Posta Rangers defeated Ulinzi Stars 1-0 at Afraha Stadium in Nakuru and the victory might prove very vital at the end of the season for them.

Posta Rangers are trying to race clear from the play-offs position currently held by Vihiga United who were defeated by Bandari on Wednesday.

Five points separate Posta Rangers from Vihiga United after the Matchday 29 action.

The Mailmen took the lead at the hour mark as Gershon Likonoh powered home a low drive that James Saruni was unable to prevent. Brian Osumba created the chance that enabled Posta Rangers to pick up four points against the Soldiers.

The 1-0 loss to Ulinzi Stars meant Ochieng has ceded some more ground in the race to win the KPL Golden Boot against Wanga and Kasumba. Ochieng last scored for his side against Gor Mahia on April 29 and has 15 goals to his name.

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