Bidco United vandalises Western Stima cables as NSL title race hots up

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KCB picked three points on the road thanks to a 3-0 win over GFE 105 at the Sudi Stadium

Bidco United halted Western Stima’s fine run in the National Super League following a 1-0 victory over the power men at the Thika Stadium.

Victor Ayugi cut power supply at Stima with the lone goal of the match that helped his side reduce the gap between them and another Stima side; Nairobi Stima to within a point. Nairobi Stima are fourth on the log even though they have two games at hand.

NSL leaders, Western Stima might find themselves slumping further down to second should Ushuru beat Nairobi Stima on Sunday.

Nakuru All-Stars picked their fifth win of the season after seeing off visiting Administration Police by a solitary goal at the Afraha Stadium.

 All-Stars jealously held onto the slim lead after John Otieno put the hosts ahead in the third minute.

KCB picked three points on the road thanks to a 3-0  win over GFE 105 at the Sudi Stadium in Bungoma.

Simon Abuko, Kennedy Owino and Kevin Migele were all on target for the Bankers.

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Three more matches are on Sunday will sum up rounds 27.

Sunday Fixtures: Nairobi Stima vs Ushuru (Karuturi Grounds), Coast Stima vs Isibania (Mbaraki Grounds), Kibera Black Stars vs Nairobi City Stars (Camp Toyoyo)

 

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