- Palos top the National Super League (NSL) with seven Points.
- The side bankrolled by Makini School are yet to lose a match in this campaign after three matches.
- They handed Wazito FC their first defeat of the season on Sunday 19th.
- Morven Otinya scored a first-half brace in the 2-1 win with Paul Karuri getting the consolation late on.
Making School’s Palos went top of the National Super League (NSL) after beating Wazito 2-1 in the highlight game on Sunday 19 March at Camp Toyoyo.
Morven Otinya scored in the last 10 minutes of the first half for Palos deserved win Paul Karuri scored Wazito’s consolation late in the second half. Victory took them to seven points from three matches matches, two victories and a single draw.
Kenya Police beat Kibera Black Stars 2-1 for their first win of the season. Kevin Omondi scored twice for Police as Tony Baraza snatched a consolation for the Black Stars.
On Saturday 18th, former KPL side Ushuru beat Isibania 2-0 in Awendo with goals from Lwamba Bebeto Mulondwa and Victor Ochieng on either side of the half.
Mombasa based Modern Coast Rangers beat Mosca 2-0 at Mbaraki with goals from Francis Ochola and Mike Muya. New entrants GFE 105 also beat Nairobi City Stars 2-1 at the Kipchoge Keino Stadium, Eldoret. Wakoli Zeka and Elvis Okusi scored for GFE with Edwin Nduati getting a consolation for the visitors.
In two other games on Sunday, Talanta held Agro Chemicals 0-0 in Chemelil as Nairobi Stima beat Bidco United 2-1 at the Cray Fish Stadium in Naivasha. Vincent Ochami and Ivan Anguyo scored for Stima as Edwin Walumoli got one for Bidco.
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