NSL: Top four race heats up after wins for Wazito, Nairobi Stima


Wazito FC players celebrates scoring against ST. Joseph FC during their National Super League (NSL) ...
Wazito FC players celebrates scoring against ST. Joseph FC during their National Super League (NSL) match at Afraha stadium in Nakuru on March 8, 2019. Photo/Kelly Ayodi /Sportpicha

In Summary

  • Wazito maintained top spot in the National Super League(NSL) with a 2-0 win over Fortune Sacco on Sunday.
  • Nairobi Stima picked their 14th win of the season with a 0-1 victory at City Stars while Kisumu All Stars and Ushuru played to a barren draw on Saturday.

Wazito maintained top spot in the National Super League(NSL) with a 2-0 win over Fortune Sacco on Sunday.

Four clubs are angling to finish on a high as the 2018/19 campaign second leg intensifies.

Nairobi Stima picked their 14th win of the season with a 0-1 victory at City Stars while Kisumu All Stars and Ushuru played to a barren draw on Saturday.

Only two points separate leaders Wazito and second-placed Nairobi. Kisumu All Stars are third with 62 points as Ushuru close the top four with 60 points.

Kisumu head coach Frank Oduor praised his charges for a perfect display saying they are hopeful their dreams of landing a premier league promotion will become a reality.

“We played well against a solid side that is also hoping to finish top. For us to make it to the top league then we have to work harder and ensure we don’t lose.”

NSL Results

Modern Coast Rangers 3-1 Eldoret Youth

St. Josephs 2-0 Talanta

City Stars 0-1 Nairobi Stima

Kisumu All Stars 0-0 Ushuru

Coast Stima 3-4 Bidco United

Police 4-3 Shabana

Kibera Black Stars 1-0 Green Commandos

Kangemi All Stars 0-1 Administration Police

Migori Youth 2-0 Thika United

Fortune Sacco 0-2 Wazito

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