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Kariobangi Sharks thrash newbies Bullets to maintain perfect start

FOOTBALL By Washington Onyango | October 20th 2021
Gor Mahias' Abdoul Karim (left) and Peter Lwasa of Kariobangi Sharks during round Twenty Seven of FkF Premier League match at Thika Stadium on Wednesday, July 21, 2021. [Jonah Onyango, Standard]

Kariobangi Sharks thrashed newbies Vihiga Bullets 3-0 to maintain their perfect start to the new FKF Premier League season in the midweek match played at Bhukungu Stadium in Kakamega on Wednesday.

Sharks missed the round two matches played over the weekend after the postponement of their fixture against Gor Mahia who were away in Egypt on Caf Confederation Cup assignments.

Felix Oluoch bagged a first half brace before Julius Masaba sealed the victory that takes Sharks to third in the standings with six points.

Sharks had defeated Posta Rangers 1-0 on the opening match of the season last month before their game with K’Ogalo was postponed.

Newbies Bullets remain second last in the standings with one point after losing their second round match against Posta Rangers 4-0 and drawing 0-0 with Bidco United on the opening day of the season last month.

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