Administration Police got their first back to back win for the first time this season when theyneeded a late goal by second-half substitute Hillary Otieno to beat St Joseph Youth 3-2 in a National Super League match played on Friday, July 27, 2018, at Camp Toyoyo.
AP had raced into a 1-0 halftime lead, courtesy of a 14th-minute strike by captain Nicodemus Asumwa. The captain would then set up Salim Mzee who poked in the second in the 56th minute of the game to extend their lead
The visitors would however sneaked back into the match courtesy of Moses Arita who got raced past Martin Kioko to reduce the deficit and Adam Fadhili who lobbed past the keeper to make it 2-2. Substitute Otieno struck the winner from close range after meeting an Alfred Chole fleek to grab the winner.
In the second match played at the same venue, Ushuru edged out Nairobi City Stars 2-0 to maintain their place at the summit.
Fan Ngaira opened the scores with a goal from the spot after City Stars’ defender Stephen Inganji was adjudged to have brought down Alex Sunga in the box. Sunga would then get one of his own in the second half, nodding in a header from a setpiece.
Meanwhile at the Thika Stadium, Bidco United edged out Kisumu All-Stars 2-0. Lwamba Bebeto and David Orem were on target.
Five more matches will be played on Saturday, July 28, 2018, with two of them set to be aired LIVE on Bamba Sports from Camp Toyoyo.
- Bidco United 2-0 Kisumu All Stars (Thika Stadium)
- Administration Police 3-2 St. Joseph Youth (Camp Toyoyo)
- Ushuru 2-0 Nairobi City Stars (Camp Toyoyo)
- Modern Coast Rangers 2-0 Green Commandos (Walkover)