Stima win Mboka derby to go top as Ulinzi edge Sony Sugar
Stima win Mboka derby to go top as Ulinzi edge Sony Sugar
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Stima win Mboka derby to go top as Ulinzi edge Sony Sugar

Kisumu All Stars bad form in the Kenyan Premier League continued after they were beaten 2-1 by Western Stima on Saturday night in a match staged at Moi Stadium, Kisumu. 

Stima opened the scoring in the 4th minute through Hassan Kiyoyo before Vitalice Okumu netted the equalizer for the hosts in the 14th minute. However, Michael Owino scored the winning goal in the 63rd minute to hand All-Stars the third defeat of the season. The results send the Power men at the top of the table with eight points after four rounds while Otenga are winless since the start of the season, having picked only a point from a goalless draw with KCB. 

Next assignment

All Stars will take on Posta Rangers in their next match at Kenyatta Stadium, Machakos while Stima will be up against Ulinzi Stars at Moi Stadium, Kisumu. 

Ulinzi vs Sony Sugar 

At Afraha Stadium, Ulinzi Stars came from a goal down to register a 3-1 win over visiting Sony Sugar. 

John Mwita gave Sony the lead in the 18th minute after a mix up at Ulinzi's back, a goal which stood as the two sides went for a break. In the second half, Daniel Waweru levelled the scores for Ulinzi straight from the freekick. 

Moses Mwangi put the Ulinzi ahead in the 83rd  minute through a header right from Waweru's cross. In the stoppage time, Enosh made it three as Wamalwa got to the end of poor clearance and unselfishly set up Enosh who beat the keeper from close range. 

Next assignment

Ulinzi will be up against League leaders Western Stima at Moi Stadium, Kisumu while Sony Sugar will entertain AFC Leopards at Green Stadium, Awendo. 

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