At 3:00 pm today, Kakamega Homeboyz hosted Kariobangi Sharks in Bukhungu Stadium as Mathare United played against Sofapaka. Kakamega Homeboyz grabbed all the three points after a 4-1 win at their home ground. Mwinyi Shami Kibwana helped Kakamega Homeboyz in winning 2-0 at first half. In the 51 minute, Mwinyi Shami Kibwana score the third goal, Peter Lwasa came in in the 69th minute to save Kariobangi Sharks from drowning. Brian Eshihanda scored the fifth goal in the match, this was last goal for Kakamega Homeboyz. Kakamega Homeboyz have climbed to the fifth position with 43 points while Kariobangi Sharks are still holding the fourth position with 44 points. Despite being at the bottom of the league table, Mathare gathered all the three points while facing Sofapaka. The first half of the game ended in a draw of 0-0. At the 77 minute, Sammy Imbuye scored the first goal against Mathare United, Anthony Kimani scored an equalising goal in the 87th minute. Martin Ongori came scored the rescuing goal at the 89th minute, leading to a 2-1 score at the end of the game. Mathare United still remains at position 17 but has three more points (18). Sofapaka is at position 13 with 30 points. On Friday, Posta Rangers also gained three points after a 2-0 win against KCB. Nzoia sugar United won also win 4-1 against Bandari fc in Masinde Muliro Stadium, Bungoma. Bidco United won 1-0 against Western Stima in Del Monte grounds, Thika. Tusker were denied three points after losing 0-1 to Nairobi City Stars fc. Ulinzi stars were disappointed at Bukhungu Stadium after a 1-2 loss to Ulinzi stars.
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