Nakuru AllStars, already relegated, went to the game with nothing to lose and had Kenyan international John Ndirangu to thank as he scored a double to reduce Marwa Chamberi’s goal to a mere consolation. The loss jeopardized Sony Sugar’s chances of finishing in the top half.
At the Thika Stadium, Thika United were also served a shock loss by Chemelil Sugar in a hot tempered clash that saw Thika keeper Hamuza Muwonge, goalkeeping coach Joseph Ruto and head coach Moses Irungu sent off.
The 1 – 0 win saw Chemelil Sugar confirm its place in the top flight next year.
At the Moi Stadium, Kisumu, Gor Mahia extended their unbeaten run with a 1 – 0 win courtesy of Michael Olunga’s second half strike.
The only match that ended in a draw was the Sofapaka versus Mathare United game at the Nairobi City Stadium. The match ended in a 2 – 2 draw with Noah Abich scoring two penalties for Mathare United as Sofapaka netted through John Baraza and a Felly Mulumba penalty.
The result saw Sofapaka rise a place up to fourth behind Gor Mahia, Ulinzi Stars and Bandari while Mathare United will be hoping for a win in their final match against Chemelil to boost their top half hopes.