NSL: Kisumu All Stars hold Stima as Vihiga Bullets shoot down Hot Stars in Kakamega

By Washington Onyango | March 2nd 2021
Kisumu Hot Stars captain Fredrick Odongo quenches his thirst during a past match.[Washington Onyangop,Standard]

Kisumu All Stars played out to a 0-0 draw against fourth placed Coast Stima in the National Super League match played on Tuesday at Mbaraki grounds in Mombasa.

The draw saw Coast Stima go joint second in the log with 20 points same as FC Talanta who have a greater goal difference three goals.

All Stars on the other side climbed one place up to seventh in the log same as Shabana FC with 18 points.

In Kakamega, Vihiga Bullets thrashed Kisumu Hot Stars 3-0 in the match played at Bukhungu Stadium.

The win took the Vihiga County team to 10th in the log with 17 points, a point behind Hot Stars who dropped to ninth after the loss.

Over eight super league matches are scheduled to be played on Wednesday as the league enter match week 13.

At Camp Toyoyo, Nairobi Stima will welcome Modern Coast Rangers as as Mwatate United entertain Kibera Black Stars in Wundanyi Stadium.

Others will feature APS Bomet play Shabana, Fortune Sacco entertain FC Talanta and Sony Sugar take on Kenya Police.

Tuesday NSL Results

Coast Stima 0-0 Kisumu All Stars

Vihiga Bullets 3-0 Kisumu Hot Stars

Wednesday NSL Fixtures

Silibwet vs MCF        

Mwatate United vs Kibera Black Stars         

Sony Sugar vs Kenya Police

Muranga Seal vs Mt. Kenya United              

APS Bomet vs Shabana                     

Fortune Sacco vs FC Talanta             

Nairobi Stima vs Modern Coast Rangers                  

Soy United vs Migori Youth 

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