Agrochemicals registers first victory
The Kenya National Super League (NSL) entered its eighth week on Friday, April 15 with a total of nineteen goals being scored during the Easter break.
After a long search for victory, Agrochemicals beat Bidco United 2-1 at Camp Toyoyo Stadium in Nairobi to seal the first win.
Club head coach, Steve Biko, termed the victory as a precursor to great things to come.
“I can confidently say that after the away win, which is our first victory this season, our aim is to build a formidable team that will steer victory in the remaining fixtures of the first leg,” Biko told Citizen Digital.
Biko, however, says that having many new players in the team has been a major challenge and has led to the dismal performance in the previous matches.
“Many of my players are newcomers and we have been working all long to make sure they play well. After eight games, we can now see change.”
Elsewhere, GFE 105 failed to go top of the second tier table after a 1-1 draw against Ushuru FC on Saturday at Camp Toyoyo.
Wazito FC capitalized on their slump to get back on top of the table with 16 points by beating eleventh placed Administration Police (AP) 2-1.
The pre-season favorites trailed AP 1-0 in the first half but the Nairobi-based team bounced back to level eight minutes later with Edicah Mukolwe’s goal and minutes later Pistone Vunyoli Mutamba headed in the winning goal.
Kibera Black stars got their first win of the season after beating winless MOSCA 1-0 with the solo goal coming from Ronald Reagen leaving them at the bottom of the table with only two points.
At Awendo, Isibania downed Modern Coast Rangers 1-0 with Felix Okik notching the only goal to give his side the first home win ending a three-game losing streak.
Palos FC vs Police FC 3-1
Nairobi City Stars vs KCB 2-2
Vihiga united vs Nakuru All Stars 0-0
Nairobi Stima vs St.Joseph 1-0.
The league continues on 19th Wednesday.
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