Tradewinds crowned Division Three champions
Tradewinds Aviation Services clinched the Division Three league of Left Foot Sports without kicking a ball over the weekend.
Tradewinds were awarded an unlikely walkover after One Africa Logistics failed to show up to win season 14 of 2019, while Samba FC settled for the second position despite losing 2-0 to Cube Movers.
Samba FC will, however, be promoted to Division Two in the 2020 season.
In Division Three matches, DGM Matrix won 2-0 against Red Catalans while DTB hammered Vitambii Viishe 5-1.
Saad Advocates maintained their good run in Division One after they beat Amiran Lions 3-0, GreenZone Property beat Consolidated Bank 2-0 while West Ham United floored Rapid Rebels 4-1. Madaraka United lost 1-2 to Dayliff FC with Cosmos winning 3-0 against Strath FC.
In Division Two, Kingsway Tyres drew 2-2 with Liaison Group. Ping Limited won 2-0 against Disciples FC while All Saints Cathedral edged Toyota Kenya 2-1. Safaricom Limited lost 1-0 to Astral Aviation while Advert Eyez claimed a 2-1 win over Hurlingham FC.
Commercial Bank of Africa were huge winners in Division Five after hammering Extreme Clean Limited 5-1. General Electric also won 4-1 against Villareal FC while Royal Media Group won 2-0 against Insia Imports and Apec Consortium drew 1-1 with SCLPS Thunderbolt.
In the Mombasa League, Bamburi Cement won 3-0 against Cube Movers while NIC Bank lost 2-0 to Sea Bulk Limited. Tradewinds Aviation Services blanked Aga Khan 3-0 while CBA won 2-1 against Total Kenya. Maersk Group came from behind to beat Vivo Energy 2-1.
In the Mombasa Social League, Kuzemoto won 2-0 against Fayaz FC while MakupaRangers lost 2-1 to Mombasa Hamlets. Island Sharks drew 1-1 with Grain Bulk Limited.
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