Wazito FC are perched at the top of National Super League with nine matches after three games.
Former local giants Shabana are tied with Wazito on points but the Kisii-based side has inferior goal difference. Another deposed premier league side Nairobi City Stars prop the 20-team log, winless as the second tier league enters its third week.
Coached by Muhammed Ahmed, Wazito beat Migori Youth 2-0 away in Awendo on Saturday while Shabana registered their third victory in as many when they edged Kangemi All Stars 2-1 at Camp Toyoyo in Nairobi.
Eldoret Youth were the week’s biggest winners when they put five past City Stars at Camp Toyoyo. In Kisumu, FC Talanta had their unbeaten run in the league stopped after suffering a 2-0 loss to Kisumu All Stars.
In Nakuru, Bidco United held St Joseph’s Youth to a one-all draw, both teams registering their first points of the season.
NSL action continues on Wednesday when Shabana hosts Migori Youth at Gusii Stadium. Wazito will take on Kibera Black Stars while Green Commandos welcome Ushuru in Kakamega.
Weekend results at glance:
Migori Youth 0 Wazito 2
Kisumu All Stars 2 FC Talanta 0
Kangemi All Stars 1 Shabana FC 2
Nairobi City Stars 1 Eldoret Youth 5
Modern Coast Rangers 0 Administration Police 0
Coast Stima 0 Nairobi Stima 0
Fortune Sacco 1 Green Commandos 0
Ushuru 2 Kibera Black Stars 0
Kenya Police 0 Thika United 2
St Joseph’s Youth 1 Bidco United 1.
Thika United v Fortune Sacco
Bidco United v Nairobi City Stars
Shabana v Migori Youth
Eldoret Youth v Kangemi All Stars
Nairobi Stima v Modern Coast Rangers
FC Talanta v Coast Stima
Wazito v Kibera Black Stars
Kisumu All Stars v St Joseph’s Youth.