NSL Review: Muhoroni a no-show as league's newcomers kept waiting
National Super League newbies Green Commandos and Coast Stima will be in search for a perfect start to cap off NSL Week 1 action this Monday 12 February at Bukhungu stadium
The pair is among the four debutants in the league who will be eyeing a different outcome from that of Kangemi AllStars, who got debut on a losing start in one eight games played over the weekend.
Martin Lemayan header at the hour mark had set the debutants on a dream start but it wasn't to be after Bidco's stunning comeback saw Leonard Saleh charges claim all points on offer at Hoep Centre.
Dan Musta's Isibania proved the biggest winners from the opening round after their 3-1 hiding of Nakuru AllStars. The border based side goals came form a Patrick Mvita's double Abdalla Ismael's strike.
There was also a walkover dished out as KCB found themselves with no one to play after Muhoroni Youth's no show for their league opener in Camp Toyoyo. The clash was set to be Muho's first in the Super league since 2011. The 2016 KPL Top 8 winners played their last game in the KFF Nationwide on Saturday 26 November 2011, when they earned promotion to KPL for the following season.
Wins for Stima duo
Meanwhile as Muhoroni dished out free points, their former KPL rival Western Stima got off to a perfect start hitting two past Modern Coast in Moi Stadium Kisumu thanks to goal in either half from John Mwita and Mairice Dukully.
Black Stars was also on the winning side as four teams content with a point after two barren draws,
Green Commandoes vs Coast Stima- Bukhungu
Ushuru 2 Administration Police 0
Kisumu AllStars 0 - St Joseph Youth 0
Isibania 3 Nakuru AllStars 1.
Kibera Black Stars 1 - GFE 0
Nairobi Stima 2 - City Stars 0
Western Stima 2 - Modern Coast 0
KCB 2 Muhoroni Youth 0 (walkover)
Kangemi AllStars 1 - Bidco United 2
Kenya Police 0 - FC Talanta 0