By Oscar Pilipili
Tony Opondo was the man of the match as he scored a goal in each half to hand the sugar millers maximum points.
Opondo was on target barely six minutes into the match when he scored the opener. He was on target again when he scored in the 49th minute to give Chemilil a 2-0 lead.
Oscar Livondo rifled home a long-range drive to give KCB the lone goal in the 75th minute.
KCB could have performed better but the frontline of Dan Waweru, Geoffrey Maina and Ezekiel Odera wasted several chances especially in the second half that they dominated.
Waweru had his best chance in the first half when he beat his markers but his curving shot veered off the post with the KCB bench ready to celebrate.
KCB who were the pre-match favourites were placed ninth on 17 points while Chemelil were 13th on 12 points before yesterdayâs encounter.
Meanwhile, Langâata Constituency sports chairman Faiz Magak has planned a âYesâ tournament to be launched at Woodley Stadium in Kibera on Saturday.
Faiz said the purpose of the tournament is to educate the public on the draft constitution.
"We want to use the tournament to help our people to understand the constitution better because they are being taken for a ride by a section of politicians," Magak told FeverPitch.
"What I can add on is that the tournament is just part of the civic education on the Draft Constitution," he said.