Tusker wins as Ingwe survive scare

Tusker wins as Ingwe survive scare

Tusker wins as Ingwe survive scare

Sunday evening saw the Nyayo stadium full of activity with four teams battling out for important three points to the view of millions of Africans courtesy of Supersport.
Tusker f.c extended their lead with a hard fought 1-0 win over the City stars.

A sensational free kick by Victor Abondo in the 24th minute sent Nandwa’s boys in the lead which was well defended throughout the match despite the City men resilient attacks.

The win offers the brewers a 3 point lead (26) ahead of the Karuturi sports (23) and Ulinzi (21).Mathare united who remain the only unbeaten team in the league come in fourth place with 20 points.

 The second match of the evening played under the floodlights locked bottom placed red berets against (Ingwe) Afc leopards. The GSU branded boys smelt victory with an early penalty converted by Joseph Asudza.
leopards however came from behind to give their fans something to sing to and an offer of sleep to veteran coach Chris Makokha who has been under fire for the teams poor results.

Afc leopards enjoy the largest pool of fans in this country with their successful merchandising strategy. The team’s website is also among the best managed soccer teams websites in the region and the fans have a reason to sulk at their players poor representation in the field.

The match ended 2-1 in favor of Afc leopards sending the sizeable crowd at the stadium to celebration and dance along the Isukuti drums.


Tusker              1-0    City stars
Thika united       2-0    Chemelil sugar
KCB                  2-2    Posta rangers
Ulinzi stars         0-2    Mathare United
Western stima    3-0    Sony sugar
Karuturi sports    3-1    Mahakama