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Ulinzi Stars unbeaten start to the 2017 Kenyan Premier League came to an end at the hands of 10-man Kakamega Homeboyz who ran away with a 1-0 home victory despite their goalscorer Wycliffe Ochomo being sent off in the opening half.

The Soldiers, alongside league leaders Posta Rangers, stepped into round 7 as the only teams yet to lose a match this season but by the end of the day's matches, only Posta stood stall.

Ochomo handed Homeboyz the lead inside 5 minutes after latching onto a pass from Meshack Karani before beating James Saruni in the Soldiers' goal.

However, the former Muhoroni Youth attacker was given his marching orders just before the breather for allegedly elbowing Ulinzi defender Mohamed 'Rio' Hassan.

Ulinzi would however be frustrated for the rest of the match despite being the better side after the interval. Victory lifts Homeboyz to the top half of the table while the Soldiers risk dropping lower than their current fourth position.

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In other matches, Mathare United dominated visiting Chemelil Sugar at the Thika sub-County Stadium but they couldn't find the finishing power, the match ending scoreless while Nzoia Sugar handed Western Stima a fourth defeat of the season, beating Henry Omino's men 2-0. 

Earlier, Kariobangi Sharks edged Thika United 1-0 courtesy of a Rodgers Omondi's solitary strike.

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Godfrey Walusimbi put in an assured performance, setting up the opener before hitting home the winner as Gor Mahia collected three points for a third game running away to Bandari to pile on the pressure at the top of the Kenyan Premier League standings with a 2-1 victory at the Mbaraki Stadium, Wednesday afternoon.

Innocent Wafula had Kogalo leading inside 11 minutes having latched on a cross from Walusimbi only to see his effort cancelled by a Noah Abich penalty six minutes into the second half.

However, the record champions assured themselves of the maximum points as he rifled a freekick from center half Harun Shakava.

The victory could have sent Kogalo top but Posta Rangers are not letting it go easily. Sammy Omollo's side won 1-0 at Sony Sugar to spend another matchday on top of the log with 17 points, one better than Gor Mahia.

Ulinzi Stars meanwhile were handed their first loss of the season as they suffered a 1-0 defeat against Kakamega Homeboyz, Wycliffe Ochomo scoring the solitary goal before being sent off.

Mathare United dominated visiting Chemelil Sugar at the Thika sub-County Stadium but they couldn't find the finishing power, the match ending scoreless while Nzoia Sugar handed Western Stima a fourth defeat of the season, beating Henry Omino's men 2-0. 

Earlier, Kariobangi Sharks edged Thika United 1-0 courtesy of a Rodgers Omondi's solitary strike.

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Burnley midfielder Joey Barton has been banned from football for 18 months after admitting a Football Association charge in relation to betting.

The 34-year-old has been fined £30,000 and warned about his future conduct after an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing,

Barton plans to appeal against the length of the suspension.

He was charged with breaking FA rules after placing 1,260 bets on matches between 26 March 2006 and 13 May 2016.

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Hull City forward Oumar Niasse has had a three-match ban overturned after his red card against Watford was rescinded.

The 27-year-old Senegal international was shown a straight red card for a tackle on countryman M'Baye Niang during Hull's 2-0 win over the Hornets on Saturday.

However, Hull, who are two points above the relegation zone with four games to play, made a successful appeal to the Football Association.

It means Niasse will be available for Hull's trip to Southampton on Saturday.

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