By REBECCA GICHANA
Zetech College, Universities and Colleges Football League (UCFL) defending champions, revived their hopes of recapturing the title after recording two wins over the weekend.
In their first match, Zetech beat National Youth Service Vocational Training Institute 3-0 in a match that was played at Nairobi Youth Service National Holding Unit grounds.
Nixon Otieno was on fire, netting a brace for the defending champions in the second and sixth minutes.
Kevin Odhiambo scored the third after the hour mark to make sure the team secured the three important points.
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In their second match, Zetech beat beat Utalii College 2-0 to continue their fine league run on Sunday.
Kevin Odhiambo was on target again, scoring after 30 minutes of play, while Abdi Mohamed scored the winner in the 66th minute.
League leaders Kenya Institute of Professional Studies (Kips) settled for a one-all draw against Technical University of Kenya (TUK) to stay on top as the league competition stiffens.
Jimmy Matagaya scored for Kips in the 29th minute while Joseph Okoth equalised in the 46th minute for TUK.
In another fixture, National Youth Service National Nairobi Holding Unit (NYS-NHU) settled for a barren draw against Nairobi Institute of Business Studies (Nibs).
Utalii College put behind their frustration of losing their first match to register a slim but productive 1-0 win over United States International University (USIU).
Greg Mwangi scored the lone goal for Utalii College.
In other results, Aviation College forced a two-all draw against hosts NYS-NHU.
Sammy Baraka scored the opener in the sixth minute for Aviation while Dominic Koome equalised for NYS in the 41st minute.
Nixon Onyango scored a second for NYS but the joy was short-lived as Davis Owour was on target for Aviation after four minutes to make matters 2-2.
Kenya Institute of Management (Kim) defeated National Youth Service Vocational Training Institute 1-0. Victor Miyonga scored the lone goal in the 29th minute
Inoorero University beat Nibs Ruiru Branch 1-0, with Martin Kimathi on target in the 24th minute.
With the results, Kips enjoy the top slot with 53 points from 23 matches, followed by TUK in the second place with 47 points from 25 matches.
Defending champions, Zetech are third with 42 points from 21 matches.