K’Ogallo on a roll, Ingwe falter
Champions Gor Mahia and Sony Sugar made it two wins on the trot while AFC leopards continued to falter as the Kenyan Premier League entered its weekend.
At the bottom, Muhoroni Youth FC, Top Fry All Stars and Mathare United are still searching for their first wins of the season.
Gor Mahia beat slum boys Mathare United 1-0 on Sunday at the Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos to maintain their 100 percent record.
Ugandan international Dan Ssserenkuma was again on target as the champions moved to the top of the league.
Sony Sugar pulled the upset of the weekend after beating favourites Sofapaka 1-0 at the Kenyatta stadium, a win that propelled to the top alongside Gor Mahia.
Batoto ba Mungu dominated the match but failed to convert their chances and find an answer to Edwin Oduor’s 34th strike that gave Zico’s men all three points.
Tusker moved into third place after registering their first win of the season on Saturday after flooring Western Stima 3-1.
The result saw Stima sack Coach Francis Baraza and his assistant Hesborn Nyangite and put former Harambee Stars player Ramadhan Balala in charge.
Chemelil Sugar and Thika United are in fourth and f fifth place respectively after registering wins over Muhoroni Sugar and Top Fry Stars respectively.
GOtv shield winners AFC Leopards are still looking for their first win of the season after registering their second draw of the season.
James Nandwa’s charges could not find a way past a resilient Ulinzi Stars as the game ended in a barren draw.
The result left Leopards in 11th place four points off the league leaders.
Muhoroni Youth FC, Top fry and Mathare United appear to be early season relegation contenders. The league continues this weekend.