The Kenyan Premier League (KPL) continued on Sunday 17 May with four matches on the cards across the country.
At the Machakos County Stadium, Sofapaka were condemned to their eighth straight loss after going down 1 – 2 to newly promoted Kakamega Homeboyz. The 2009 champions opened the scores through skipper Wycliffe Opondo.
On the other end, Homeboyz skipper Ali Ahmed leveled matters before Jeremiah Wanjala completed the comeback.
At the Thika Sub County Stadium, Thika United, under head coach James Nandwa, managed the second straight win, beating City Stars 1 – 0 courtesy of Timothy Luda’s 47th minute goal.
Elsewhere, AFC Leopards managed a 1 – 1 draw with Ushuru FC, coming from a goal down to claim a share of the spoils though losing ground on the title chase.
As AFC Leopards struggled at the Nyayo National Stadium, Mathare United condemned Ulinzi Stars to their second straight loss, the Slum Boys winning 2 – 0 at the Afraha Stadium.
George Owino and Eric Johanna got the goals to see Mathare United go top of the log.