•Sammy 'Pamzo' Omollo began his era as Kenya Police head coach on a high note after guiding the side to an emphatic 2-0 win over record champions Gor Mahia at Moi Stadium, Kasarani on Sunday.
•Bidco United piled more misery on bottom-placed Mathare United with a slim 2-0 win at Thika Stadium.
AFC Leopards head coach Patrick Aussems showered his charges with rosy words after they battled to squeeze out a point from Sofapaka at Nyayo Stadium on Sunday.
Aussems said the players chose to forget the grave challenges they are facing to put up a gallant fight in the closely contested encounter.
“This is the eighth consecutive draw we are registering and we haven't lost a game in our last 15 matches,” Aussems said.
“This attests to our consistent form, that although we are not winning matches, we are still registering worthwhile results that will secure us a respectable finish this season.”
“Taking into account the challenges the players are experiencing at the moment, they most definitely deserve a pat on the back for coming out of this match unbeaten,” said Aussems.
His opposite number, Ken Odhiambo, lashed out at his charges for squandering a glorious opportunity to bag maximum points.
“We can only blame ourselves for failing to nail the maximum points. We conceded in a very silly way," Odhiambo said.
“All in all, I would like to commend my team for the hard-fought draw given we have recently traveled to Wundanyi for three consecutive fixtures and that took a toll on us,” Odhiambo said.
“Let them keep their heads up and train their eyes on a win in our next match on Wednesday.”
Coastal darlings Bandari handed Kakamega Homeboyz their second Kenyan Premier League defeat of the season after beating them 2-1 at Mbaraki Sports Club.
Midfield sensation Kevin Kimani fired the dockers into the lead with a 45th-minute clinical finish before Ugandan forward William Wadri doubled the advantage in the 69th minute from close range.
The visitors pulled one back eight minutes before the final whistle through center-back Sylvester Owino.
The victory has powered Bandari to the sixth position on the log with 34 points as Homeboyz remain at the summit with 47.
Sammy 'Pamzo' Omollo began his era as Kenya Police head coach on a high note after guiding the side to an emphatic 2-0 win over record champions Gor Mahia at Moi Stadium, Kasarani on Sunday.
The win was soothing revenge for the seasoned tactician who was fired by K'Ogalo in January.
It was Pamzo's fifth day in the office having been appointed to replace John Bobby Ogolla who was fired following a miserable run.
AFC Leopards shared spoils with Sofapaka after a one-all draw at Wundanyi Stadium.
Bidco United piled more misery on bottom-placed Mathare United with a slim 2-0 win at Thika Stadium. Nzoia Sugar stunned Posta Rangers 1-0 at Sudi Stadium in Bungoma to collect a third consecutive win. Rejuvenated Vihiga Bullets held Nairobi City Stars 1-1 at Bukhungu Stadium.