Kakamega Homeboyz failed to beat 10-man Bandari at the Mbaraki as they suffered a 4-3 loss on Saturday evening.
Bandari took the lead inside five minutes of play and it was Hassan Abdallah putting the Dockers ahead on his return to the starting XI. The forward went past a number of Homeboyz defenders before slotting the ball past the goalkeeper.
Three minutes later, William Wadri grabbed the second to give Bandari a 2-0 lead. Danson Chetambe grabbed his fight assist of the season as he put Wadri through on goal who made no mistake.
Homeboyz pulled one back through Mudavadi. Allan Wanga had the ball on the flank before delivering a searching pass that was met by Mudavadi to beat Ndikumana.
Minutes later, Mudavadi proved to be unstoppable as he doubled Homeboyz's goals to draw level with his brace.
Five minutes to half time whistle, the Dockers were reduced to ten men after William Wadri was shown a straight red card for a foul on Wainaina.
Namasaka grabbed his sixth assist of the season as put Yema Mwana through on goal for the forward to slot home.
Bandari scored the fourth goal from a corner kick. The Dockers had a freekick on the left side, Msagha took it but it was deflected out for a corner. Hassan Abdallah scored from the corner with a beautiful curler.
Esiye reduced the deficit with a curve, putting the ball at the back of the net from a freekick.
Nairobi City Stars 1-1 Ulinzi Stars
Elsewhere Ulinzi Stars were held to a 1-1 draw by Nairobi City Stars, marking their fourth consecutive draw in the FKF Premier League this season.
Ulinzi found themselves trailing in the 19th minute as Peter Opiyo gave City Stars the lead. The hosts were awarded a freekick outside the penalty area with Opiyo stepping up to take it. His effort went above the wall before beating James Saruni.
In the 31st minute, the visitors were awarded a penalty after Sven Yidah made a foul inside the danger zone. Oscar Wamalwa stepped up to take it and made no mistake from the spot.