A SuperSport Premier League club, Nzoia Sugar FC
should count themselves lucky and remained in the GOTV Shield
tournament when they beat Coast Stima 6-5 on post-match
penalties in a match played at Mbaraki Sports Club.
During the normal
time of play, 90 minutes, the home team dominated the first half
with Nzoia taking the lion’s share in the last 45 minutes.
manager, Evans Kadenge said they fielded their second
string team, leaving all their first eleven players await
their SportPesa Premier League clash against Posta Rangers
in Nairobi today ( Friday)
congratulate our players for playing well and qualified
for the next round where we’ve been drawn against Sony
is a good team and I’m sure it will be on top in few
years’ time,” Kadenge said.
head coach, Swaleh Kineru said they were beaten by a
premier league side which is more experienced.
to win the game during the 90 minutes of play but our
striking force failed to utilise the chances,” Kineru told
sport reporters at the end of the match.
National Division One league team, squandered three golden
scoring opportunities through wild shooting by their
strikers Jacob Mushiri, John Zambara
and former Bandari striker Muhiddin Abbas in the 13th,
33rd and 42 minutes respectively.
Bibi Ali, Waa Girls player.
In the second
session, Nzoia came back strongly with Jonathan Lodakey, Brian
Yakhama and Collins Wakhungu making dangerous raids by all their
tries were saved by Coast Stima goalkeeper Joel Ochieng.
shoot-out, Nzoia netted via Stephen Wakanya, Brian Yakhama,
Jonathan Lodakey, Elvis Rupia, Hillary Wandera and Humphrey
Katasi with shots by Elvis Ronack and Vincent Ngesa saved by
Stima goalie Joel Ochieng.
For Stima scorers
were Mohamed Erick, Seif Khamis, Mazera Hassan, Jacob Muchiri
and Hussein Kama with Yusuf Lucky and Paul Ndara shots saved by
Nzoia goalkeeper Humphrey Katasi as a kick by Kevin Washe went