John Kamau led KCB put on a brave display to down Nakuru All Stars 2-1 away at Afraha Stadium.
The visitors went ahead in the 10th minute through Simon Munala, but the hosts fought back and equalized in the 30th minute courtesy of John Otieno from a penalty spot. The home team thought they have gotten a point, but a Michael Osundwa stoppage time goal denied them.
Western Stima maintained the top spot in the National Super League table after claiming maximum points against Administration Police at Camp Toyoyo. The visitors came into the match hoping for a win and made it a reality courtesy of goals from Erastus Mwaniki, Kelvince Ochieng' and Samuel Odhiambo. AP consolation goals were scored by Samuel Gitonga.
Stima have now hit a 58th point mark, and have a real chance of making it back to the top tier if they maintain the tempo. Nairobi Stima, just like their brothers from Kisumu, defeated Kangemi All Stars 2-0 in another NSL match played at Karuturi, Naivasha. Goals from Brian Musa and Victor Ndinya ensured the Nairobi power men also push for the top spot.
In another match played on Saturday, St Josephs Youth defeated Green Commandos 2-1. Adam Fadhili and Dennis Dodi scored for the hosts, with Mathew Rodgers getting a consolation for the visitors.
Saturday Results: Nakuru All-Stars 1-2 KCB (Afraha Stadium, 10 am), St. Joseph’s Youth 2-1 Green Commandos (Afraha Stadium, 12 pm), Administration Police 2-3 Western Stima (Camp Toyoyo, 2 pm), Talanta 2-1 Isibania (Camp Toyoyo, 4.15 pm), Bidco United 2-1 Kenya Police (Thika Stadium, 3 pm), Nairobi Stima 2-0 Kangemi All-Stars (Karuturi Grounds, 3 pm) and GFE 105 2-1 Nairobi City Stars (Sudi Stadium, 3 pm).
Sunday fixtures: Kisumu All Stars vs Modern Coast Rangers (Moi Stadium, 12 pm) and Coast Stima vs Kibera Black Stars (Mbaraki Grounds, 3 pm).