Western Stima moved to the top of the National Super League (NSL) standings after seeing off Bidco United 1-0 in a top-of-the-table clash at Moi Stadium in Kisumu County on Saturday.
Dan Otieno scored the all-important goal in the 15th minute and take their points tally to 17.
At the Camp Toyoyo KCB beat GFE 105 3-1 with Administration Police seeing off Ezekiel Akwana’s Nakuru All Stars 4-2.
It was a match AP had to win after last weekend’s 2-0 loss to Bidco and they did so in spectacular fashion, turning on the tables from the onset.
It took Hillary Otieno five minutes to break the deadlock as AP controlled the proceedings in the first half.Robert Jagero doubled their advantage in the 26th minute from a freekick. But Peter Thiong’o halved the deficit with a bicycle kick that caught AP keeper Preston Junior napping.
Just as the Nakuru side thought they were in the match, Jagero doubled the advantage, beating the Allstars’ keeper from the edge of the box.
Jagero made it 3-1 at the stroke of halftime.
AllStars were reduced to 10 men in the 72nd minute after Jackson Oduor’s got dismissed for a second bookable offence.
In the 80th minute,Salim Mzee danced through the Nakuru All Stars midfield and defence before rounding the keeper to net AP’s fourth goal. Substitute Joseph Chege grabbed AllStars’ second in the injury time.
Collated NSL results:
KCB 3-1 Golden Field Evangelism (GFE)
Administration Police 4-2 Nakuru AllStars
Western Stima 1-0 Bidco United
Modern Coast Rangers 0-0 Talanta
Isibania 1-2 Coast Stima
Kenya Police 2-1 St. Joseph’s Youth
City Stars 2-1 Kibera Black Stars