AJAX 1-0 DIGUNA FC
Kennedy Ouma’s 23 minute strike was enough to hand Ajax the spoils against 10-man Diguna Fc in an absorbing SportPesa Super 8 Premier League match played on Sunday 28 August at Nakeel grounds in Rongai.
With the three points, Ajax sit 5th with 45 points while Diguna Fc are placed 9th with 36 points.
KABETE UNITED 0-3 TUK
In another entertaining match, TUK piled more pressure at the top of the standings after a comfortable 3-0 win over Kabete United in a one sided match staged at Kabete grounds.
TUK scored their goals through Lotan Mwagodi, Steven Odhiambo and Jeconiah Uyoga who all found the back of the net in the 16, 50, and 58th minutes respectively to hand the students the three vital points that brings their point tally to 54 at 3rd on the log.
On the other hand, after the poor performance Kabete remain 11th with 32 points.
KIAMAIKO CITY 3-3 KAWANGWARE UNITED
Kiamaiko City put a spirited fight to force a point out of Kawangware United following a 3-3 stalemate at Huruma grounds.
David Mbogua had given Kiamiko an early lead in the 8th minute but Kawangware’s Victor John equalized in the 36 minute. Leading scorer in the competition Francis Thairu who is also Kawangware’s coach, helped himself to a brace, scoring in the 40 and 44 minutes respectively to go into the break with a 3-1 lead.
Upon resumption, the home team came back charged up and their efforts paid off in the 65 minute when Mbogua reduced the deficit with his second goal of the match before his team mate Larrick Omboko levelled the proceedings five minutes later.
Kawangware now have 34 points at 10 while Kiamiko are placed 13th with 31 points.
BABA DOGO UNITED 2-1KIAMBIU YOUTH
In the final match of the day, 10-man Baba Dogo United shocked KIambiu Youth 2-1at Baba Dogo grounds.
First half goals goals from Rodgers Onyango(20′) and Kevin Lando (30′) gave the relegation bound team the three points of the game. KIambiu had taken an early lead thanks to a solo effort from Morris Otieno who slotted home in the 10th minute.
The win improves Baba Dogo’s tally where they now have 23 points at 14 the while Kiambiu sit 12 with 31 point.
JERICHO ALL STARS 3-1 MASA
East conference heavyweights Jericho All Stars extended their lead at the peak of the standings after hitting old rivals MASA 3-1 in a captivating second leg tie on Saturday 27 August at Camp Toyoyo grounds.
With the three invaluable points the Thomas Okongo led team now have 56 points after 27 rounds of matches where they have triumphed in more than a dozen matches setting their quest of clinching the title on a distinctive bearing at the expense of MASA.
MASA were the first to score through Hiram Ayanga at the stroke of half time when he acted on a goal mouth melee, smashing home from near post to ensure his side enjoyed a 1-0 lead into the break.
Victor Walera restored parity for Jericho seven minutes after commencement of the second period before teeing up Kevin Oreso six minutes later who made it 2-1in favor of Jericho.
O’Neal Omondi sealed the win for the home team in the 78th minute with a cool sink from within the box.
The outcome means MASA drop to 7th with 41 points.
SHAURI MOYO BLUE STARS 5-0 SHAMAKO BABES
At the same time, Shauri Moyo Blue Stars romped to a 5-0 victory over underdogs Shamako Babes.
Meme Mohammed was the man of the match after grabbing a hat trick, scoring in the 10, 20, and 77 minutes correspondingly to inspire his side to the emphatic win.
Rahim Malik and Vincent Otieno netted a goal apiece in either halves to pile more misery to the basement side who have managed only 12 points in the competition.
Shauri Moyo sits fourth with 49 points.
METRO SPORTS 3-1 MELTAH KABIRIA
At the Nyayo Stadium, Metro Sports took the spoils after edging Meltah Kabiria 3-0 in a one sided duel.
Metro scored through Julius Andede (4′), Michael Ochieng (63′) and Peter Ambetsa (73) to move a spot up to 6th with 44 points.
By dropping the points, Melta remain 8th with 40 points.