Visiting Bandari FC held Mathare United to a goalless draw in a Kenyan Premier League clash staged at the MISC Kasarani on Wednesday 22 May.
With both teams having given up on their aim of chasing the title, Mathare had hoped to at least help forward Cliff Nyakeya bang some goals in his aim of bagging the golden boot but that proved not to be the case; the draw handing them a precautious one point that might send them further down the table should Tusker FC win their clash on Thursday against Zoo Kericho.
Bandari, on the other hand, will sit pretty at position two after their close challengers to the same position Sofapaka FC having been held to a scoreless draw on the same day. Bandari now is on 62 points with Sofapaka draw against Chemelil seeing them hit the 58-point mark.
Ulinzi Stars 3-3 Kariobangi Sharks
Elvis Nandwa gave the soldiers a fourth-minute lead but it was cancelled by Fidel Origa two minutes later after the midfielder headed in a floated Harrison Mwendwa corner. Churchill Muloma was to restore the hosts lead in the 21st minute before Boniface Onyango scored a third three minutes later as Ulinzi raced to a 3-1 lead at the break.
Sharks came back strongly and pulled a goal back in the 73rd minute through Jackson Masaba before Masaba scored his brace and Sharks third three minutes later after the Ulinzi defence had failed to clear a Vincent Wasambo cross. George Abege could have scored what could have proved a winner in the 78th minute after watching his effort come off the bar as Ulinzi luckily scrapped to rescue a point.
Nzoia Sugar FC 0-1 KCB
Kakamega Homeboyz 1-2 Sony Sugar FC
Western Stima 2-1 Posta Rangers
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