14 Nov, 15:10
Muhoroni Youth endured yet another torrid afternoon soaking in five goals in a 5-1 defeat against Sony Sugar in the midweek KPL tie in Awendo Green stadium.
A double from George Abege and strikes from Benjamin Mosha, David Simiyu and Victor Ademba sealed what is to be the last Millers derby pitting the two,for sometime with Muho set fot stint in the NSL league nect season.
Abege on the double
The host were first on the offensive with former Bandari attacker George Abege opening the scores with a fine finish past Salim Said, the preferred keeper of the day.
The Ugandan doubled the scoreline twenty minutes later, a cushion that Salim Babu charges jealously safeguard to the interval.
Mosha stabs former employers
Sony picked up from where they left and needed only ten minutes to put the tie to bed.
Former Muho man Benjamin Mosha inflicted the third blow against his former employers.
The strike worked to kill the little fight left in Muho and Victor Ademba and David Simiyu later joined the scoring party to make the scoreline worse for the visitors.
Hassan Kiyoyo penalty could only count for a consolation for the team.
Sony up to 10th
The victory moves Salim Babu's charges up to tenth where they displaced AFC Leopards who fall a rank below on goal difference.
SONy Starting XI: Kelvin Omondi, Bernard Omondi, Dennis Oduor, Alfred Onyango, Kevin Oluoch, Ademba Victor, Benjamin Mosha, Abege George, David Simiyu, Justine Monda,
Subs: Tom Muthomi, Nicholas Akoko, Jesse Obora, Samwel Okare, Mwana Yema, Chamberi.
Muho's Starting XI: Said Juma, Jacob Ombija, Jeconia Ogendo, Faina Jacobs, Robert Indimuli, Collins Agade, Bliss Kityo, Maxwell Onyango, Farouk Mudoola, Hassan Kiyoyo, Johnmark Ochieng.
Subs: Salim Sowedi, James Ogada, Yusuf Mohammed, Gradus Ochieng, Venval Thomas, Anthony Otuoma, Ambroye Ayoyi