Jericho All Stars beat MASA FC in the ongoing SportPesa Super Eight (SPS8) Premier.
In the 60th minute, Jeremiah Ohoro registered Jericho’s first goal.
Kevin Mburu a.k.a Striker went through tough MASA defense and sealed three points in the 84th minute. All stars are now second in the log behind Metro Sports with 21 points.
Shauri Moyo Blue Stars 2-2 Diguna FC at City Stadium
Diguna although mourning their team mate, who died on Saturday through a road accident, did not let their loss stop them from terrorizing Shauri Moyo.Shauri Moyo opened the score sheet with Bosire David’s 21stminute’s sole strike.
Diguna equalized in a fashionable goal in the 35thminute from Samuel Kinuthia.
Five minutes, later Shauri Moyo took the lead through Eugene Oduor. Diguna’s late equalizer brought all fans to a stand.
Kayole Youth 1-2 Kayole Asubuhi at MYSA headquarters ground
Bragging right is all that was seen in this game.In the 12th minute of play, Captain Joel Mutua smashed a superb goal past Youth’s keeper.
Kayole Youth could not go down without a fight and in the 48th minute Garba Idris equalized.
Before they could compose themselves, Captain Joel Mutua in the 50th minute picked a dead ball and sprinted towards Youth goal and scored a spectacular winning goal.
2nd April 2016
Metro Sports 3-2 Kabete United
East Conference big shots Metro Sports dislodged fellow Easterners Jericho All Stars at the top of the Sportpesa Super League log with a 3-2 win against Kabete United.
The enthralling tie was staged at Drive Inn and as was expected goals reigned with the visitors emerging winners having placed three goals past Kabete.
Kabete came into the match against the back drop of a 3-1 thrashing of Shauri Moyo over the Easter weekend while Metro drew a midweek tie 1-1 versus Kayole Asubuhi on Wednesday, and they needed to bounce back in style which they did.
The three points take Metros’ tally to 22, and are sure to remain at the top regardless of how second placed Jericho All Stars played.
Shamako Babes 1-5 TUK
At ACK Kabete Technical, University students TUK got back their winning formula with a 5-1 obliteration of Shamako Babes.
TUK were held to a 1-1 draw in another midweek match on Wednesday while Kiambiu were smarting from a 1-0 loss to Kayole Asubuhi over Easter.
The win is TUK’s 4th – they are now placed 5th with 14 points with a match at hand.
Kiamaiko City 1-0 Baba Dogo