Modern Coast Rangers returned to their winning ways after they shot down Kisumu All Stars 2-1 during the second tier FKF Super league match played at KPA Sports Club Mbaraki .
Rangers took an early lead in the 3’rd min through former Gor Mahia under 20 strikerNahashon Thiongo.
The hosts should have doubled the lead in the 26’th min when they were awarded a penalty following an infringement inside the box.
However Alex Yoroga’s spot kick hit the wood worK before his rebound shot went over the bar. Rangers atoned for the missed penalty when Dominic Waithaka connected a cross from Nahashon Thong’o.
Newly promoted Sparki Youngsters surrendered a 1-0 lead at breather to lose 1-4 to BreezeHam from Malindi in the FKF Division Two Northern Zone league match played at KPA Sports Club Mbaraki.
Sammy Masha sent the hosts into early celebrations in the 3’rd min, scoreline that lasted to breather.
BreezeHam came back a rejuvenated side and restored the parity throughKhamis Khaffan two minutes after resumption . Omar Barissa stretched lead in the 55’th min and Mwalimu Safari added the fourth goal three minutes later.
Mark Mwangemi wrapped the match with a 72’nd min strike.
Sparki Youngsters were promoted to the league after winning the FKF South Coast Branch title in which they pipped Congo Boyz with a solitary goal in the finals held early this year at RG Ngala .
Sparki Youngsters travel to the intimidating Bukhungu stadium in Kilifi for a date with Kilifi All Stars next Sunday.
Meanwhile BreezeHam entertain Congo Boyz in their next league match at Timboni Mjanaheri ground in Malindi the same Sunday
Hussein ‘’Neymar’’Abdulmalik and Anwar Abdulkadir scored a brace each as Congo Boyz crucified hapless Kilifi Stars with a 5-0 thumping during theopening match of the FKF Division Two Northern Zone Pool A match at KPA Sports Club Mbaraki this Easter Monday.
Batoto Ba Congo Boyz threw everything into attack from the word go and the prosecuter in chief Hussein ‘’Neymar’’abdulmalik pulled the first trigger in the 5’th. Neymar was the master assassin again when he completed a brace seven minutes later for a 2-0 lead at breather.
The curtain came down the Football Kenya Federation Basic and Advanced Coaching Course in Mombasa last week with a clarion call to coaches to keep off unsanctioned leagues.
In the key note address to the coaches the FKF South Coast Branch Secretary Madam Lilian Nandudu urged the coached to ensure their teams are registered with the federation as well as comply with the federation statues and by laws so that they benefit from development programs by the federation