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Left Foot action resumes with big win for MP Shah

FOOTBALL By Standard Sports | April 25th 2017
Kibera Star's Brian Odongo and Bismack Olang'o of Bethel FC tussle for ball control at Kilimani Primary School on Sunday, December 14th, 2014. Photo/ Jonah Onyango.

Best African Cosmetics put up a superb show to beat Toyota Kenya 2-1 in a closely fought Division Two match of Left Foot league played over the weekend.

Cetric Shimoli put Cosmetics ahead in the 24th minute, but the goal was cancelled out in the 49th minute when James Odhiambo scored for Toyota Kenya.

Caleb Arina then assured maximum points for the victors after tapping home in the 56th minute.

In other matches, Schindler Limited won 1-0 against Sumo Insurance Thunder, Saad Advocates managed a 1-1 draw against Safaricom, Bethel FC B won 1-0 against All Saints Cathedral Church and Davis & Shirtliff beat Disciples FC 3-1.

In Division One, Nyayo FC recovered to beat Consolidated Bank 2-1, Bethel FC A registered similar result against Hurlingham FC while Green Zone Property lost by a solitary goal to Black Diamond.

MP Shah Hospital were huge winners in Division Three after they hammered Red Catalans 5-0.

Cosmos Limited won 1-0 against Liaison Group while Young Boys won 1-0 against Hamilton Harrison Mathews. Samba FC beat Oilibya 2-0 and Kingsway Group lost 1-0 to Astral Aviation.

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