NSL: Losing debut for Kangemi AllStars as Ushuru lead trio in wins
Benson Amianda continued from where he left on last season as Ushuru FC beat Administration Police 2-0 in one of the four opening NSL clashes at played this Saturday.
Amianda, the club lead scorer last season need less than an hour to get his new season of the mark.
Former KPL MVP Elkaliani Ndolo added the second goal 12 minutes to time to see Ken Kenyatta of to a winking start.
Rude welcome for AllStars
Elsewhere, Martin Lemaiyan's first ever goal for new- bies Kangemi AllStars counted for a more consolation as Bidco United edged the newcomers 2-1 at Hope Centre.
Lemaiyan nodded home from a 20th minute corner to hand the visitors a deserved lead. A debut win was however not to be as Leonard Saleh side gave the coach a perfect debut in a brilliant comeback sparked by Augutine Etemesi 30th minute header and Jacob Onyango's winner.
The day's huge was in Awendo where Patrick Mvita snatched a brace as Isibania FC hid Nakuru AllStara 3-1.
Mvita opened the scorers in the 44th and 70 the minute before Abdalla Ismael added host's third.
Jerome Baraka scored the consolation for the former KPL outfit.
Henry Onyango's goal in the same venue proved the difference as Kibera Black Stars edged visiting GFE 105 1-0 in the second game.
Kimunya vs Black Stars
Onyango beat an outstanding Sammy Kimunya at goal for the opener but the visitors had the keeper to thank after pulling a late save to deny Black Stars from a clear second goal.