KCB started the game off with high intensity constantly attacking on the break with only the finish left to do.
Within the first 10 mins, Kennedy Owino was causing having havoc down the right flank. With only the keeper to beat, he couldn’t find the target.
With the right winger constantly applying pressure on his opponent, he was fouled outside the box and as a result of the free kick, Kennedy headed the ball home at the near post to make it 1-0.
The bankers’ number seven, Munala Abuko had a few chances in the first half too, failing to convert them with very near misses.
A finger tip save from the Commandos keeper kept Munala’s long range effort out.
The KCB keeper was only called into action after roughly 20 mins had planned after a long range effort from the Green Commandos right winger.
The second half kicked off in the same fashion as the first with relentless pressure from the bankers, earning a corner within minutes.
After constant pressure again on the right side, Munala made the break down the flank smashing the ball across goal for a waiting Kennedy Owino to make it 2-0, grabbing his brace.
The bankers saw out the win with an outstanding defensive performance.
They head to the coast to take on Coast Stima to edge closer to a chance in playing in the Kenyan Premier League.