Gor Mahia beats SoNy Sugar 3-2

Gor Mahia’s good run in the 2018-2019 Kenya Premier League continued on Wednesday as they beat SoNy Sugar 3-2. The win bolsters Gor Mahia’s lead at the top of the KPL standings but also provides a confidence boost ahead of their key CAF Confederations cup match against Morocco’s RS Berkane on April 7.

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Visiting Gor Mahia on Wednesday edged 10-man Sony Sugar 3-2 in a thrilling SportPesa Premier League match held at Moi stadium in Kisumu.

Substitute Nicholas Kipkirui netted K’Ogalo’s winning goal in the 77th minute from the spot after Maxwell Onyango was adjudged to have handled the box attempting a clearance.

Jacques Tuyisenge and Samuel Onyango also netted a goal a piece for Gor, while Sony’s goals were scored by Enoch Agwanda and Joshua Otieno.

Sony were reduced to 10 men deep in extra time after their goalkeeper Samuel Njau was shown a straight red card for handling the ball outside his area.

Sony were lucky not to have conceded early when Tuyisenge’s header hit the goalpost, before the defending champions failed to convert from three successive corner-kicks.

Agwanda troubled Gor’s defence with his 14th minute long throw-in, Joash Onyango coming to the rescue of the visitors with a timely clearance.

Agwanda fired the sugar millers ahead on the 20th minute with a long low drive from the right wing directed to the far right of the goalpost, an effort that Tuyisenge cancelled three minutes later.

The Rwandese connected to Erick Ombija’s shot pass inside the box from the left, to beat Sony’s goalkeeper Njau with a left-footed shot at the centre.

But, when K’Ogalo thought they were done with the danger, they found themselves trailing again just three minutes later after Otieno beat goalkeeper Shaban Odhoji with an ambitious effort to the left side of the goalpost.

The visitors then poured in front in search of an equaliser, their effort paying off on the 37th minute thanks to Onyango.

Tuyisenge latched on the ball inside Sony’s area, beat two green shirts, before finding an unmarked Onyango with a shot pass, the latter slotting home easily.

The hardworking Sony suffered a blow at the stroke of halftime after Robert Mudenya was stretched off injured and his place taken by Kennedy Owino.

Gor begun the second half more rejuvenated, Ugandan Shafik Batambuze forcing goalkeeper Njau to a 50th minute save, before Onyango failed to connect to a pass from the midfield.

A few moment later, Robert Achema tested Gor’s rear guard with a rising long range shot as the battle for maximum points intensified in the encounter.

Gor coach Hassan Oktay made a double substitution in the 57th minute, Nicholas Kipkirui taking the place of injured Tuyisenge, while Kenneth Muguna replaced Pascal Ogweno, his opposite number Odhiambo responding with the introduction of Daniel Otieno for Joshua Otieno.

Kipkirui scored K’Ogalo’s winning goal on the 77th minute from a controversial penalty that saw the match stopped for five minutes after Sony’s technical bench invaded to pitch to confront the referee after the decision to award Gor the penalty.

The confrontation saw Sony’s coach Patrick Odhiambo sent to the stands, as Agwanda stood in between the stick since Sony had exhausted their substitutions.

Gor Mahia edge SoNy Sugar

Gor Mahia continued with their superb performance in the 2018 Kenya Premier League when they beat SoNy Sugar 1-0 at Moi stadium Kisumu on Friday

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Gor Mahia has defeated Sony Sugar 1-0 at Moi Stadium, Kisumu to go fifteen points clear at the top of the league table.

A good combination between Francis Kahata and Jacques Tuyisenge saw the later power Gor Mahia ahead in the 50th minute. Tuyisenge had missed a fabulous chance to score the first goal of the match in the 47th minute when he fumbled the ball from Walusimbi inside the box.

Enock Agwanda’s surge was stopped in the 35th minute when Shaban Odhoji left his line to intercept the former Gor forward. Sony felt that the keeper had handled the ball outside his box and demanded that Odhoji be penalized for that. He was only given a yellow card and that irked Sony’s bench. Patrick Odhiambo, Sony’s coach is allegedly said to have uttered unpleasant words to the fourth official. The center referee was notified and he reacted by sending Odhiambo to the stands. He reversed his judgment almost a minute later and the coach came down to the touchline once more.

Collins Netto was denied by the posts when he sent a fierce shot outside the box in the 46th minute. His ambitious long range was the first real chance inside the second stanza.

Sony looked rejuvenated inside the last five minutes of regular time and Odhoji denying Agwanda twice. Dylan Kerr responded to Sony’s pressure by introducing Humphrey Mieno in place of Philemon Oteino.

Tuyisenge’s goal has made him the club’s top scorer for now with ten goals, two more than Meddie Kagere who has left to join Simba of Tanzania.

Gor Mahia Starting XI: Shaban Odhoji, Innocent Wafula, Godfrey Walusimbi, Joash Onyango, Charles Momanyi, Ernest Wendo, Lawrence Juma (Boniface Omondi), Philemon Otieno (Humphrey Mieno), Jacques Tuyisenge, Francis Kahata, George Odhiambo.

Unused subs: Boniface Oluoch, Harun Shakava, Bernard Ondiek, Samuel Onyango, Kevin Omondi.

Sony Sugar FC Starting XI: Kevin Omondi, Bernard Omondi, Michael Apudo, Martin Pamba, Robert Mudenyu, Fredrick Onyango, Maxwell Onyango (Stephen Onyango), Tobias Otieno, Enock Agwanda, Meshack Karani (David Mwang), Collins Neto (Clinton Omondi, ).

Gor Mahia edge SoNy Sugar 1-0

Silencing critics: Ephrem Guikan

Striker Ephrem Guikan once again came to the rescue of Kogalo as he continues to silence his critics. This time his 37th minute strike gave Kogalo 3 crucial points against SoNy Sugar.

Additional reporting from the Nation

Gor Mahia maintained their lead atop the KPL standings with a 1-0 win over SoNY Sugat at Kisumu stadium on Additional reporting from the Nation

Champions Gor Mahia moved six points clear at the top of the SportPesa Premier League after a slim 1-0 win over bottom-placed Sony Sugar in a mid-week match at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu on Wednesday.

Ivorian striker Ephrem Guikan’s 38th minute strike was enough to hand K’Ogalo the three points against their Awendo-based opponents.

Gor are now on 34 points from 14 matches, with Ulinzi in second on 28 points from 16 matches. Sony remain bottom of the pile with 14 points from 17 matches.

Gor Mahia head coach Dylan Kerr said while his side missed several chances, they played a good game as they kept possession in the entire match.

“We always want to press and score goals and the players did exactly that today. Yes we would have scored more goals but this is football anything can happen, it is a victory and I’m happy about it,” said Kerr.

His Sony Sugar counterpart Patrick Odhiambo defend his side’s decision to play behind the ball most of the time saying it was a tactical approach.

“In the first half we did not go in front most of the time and this was to avoid opening the game to give our opponents a chance to score more goals. We tried in the second half and created few chances but we were not lucky,” said Odhiambo.

As expected Gor began the duel impressively, making their first attempt at goal through a corner-kick, but Samuel Olare cleared the ball to safety, before Rwandese Meddie Kagere came close to netting his side’s first goal a few minutes later but his header went over the crossbar by a few inches.

Humphrey Mieno was not lucky as two successive chances that came his way were well dealt with by Kevin Omondi in the Sony goal.

After a beautiful run on the right wing, Ugandan Geofrey Walusimbi managed to find Guikan with a delicious cross in the danger area, however the latter was not lucky too as his header went wide.

Kagere thought he had beaten Omondi with his header inside the box minutes later, but the custodian managed find his footing to claim the ball before it sailed in.

Ernest Wendo managed to cut through the Sony’s defence minutes later and set Kagere with a through pass from the edge of the box, but the striker’s shot was weak and did not perturb Omondi in goal.

Guikan finally broke the deadlock in the 38th minute with an easy finish after connecting well with Innocent Wafula’s dangerous cross inside the box.

Bonface Oluoch had a field day in the first half as host Sony Sugar made no attempts at goal.

Upon resumption, Clinton Omondi made Sony’s first attempt at Gor Mahia’s goal with a long strike from the left wing, but the safe hands of Oluoch comfortably gathered the ball.

Sony were awarded a free-kick in the 52nd minute after Gor captain Harun Shakava fouled Tobias Otieno outside the box, but Omondi failed to hit the target.

The hosts seemed to have gained some momentum in the second half as they were again on the offensive minutes later, but Shakava blocked Derrick Otanga’s shot outside the danger area.

Through Francis Kahata, Gor made a counter attack on the right flank, but Olare cleared the ball for a corner kick which resulted to nothing.

Guikan came close to doubling Gor’s advantage in the 65th minute with a rebound from Kahata’s free-kick, but he was denied by Omondi.

The first substitution of the match came two minutes later with Sony bringing on Stephen Ouma for Clinton Omondi.

Omondi was forced to come out of his line in the 72nd minute to deny Guikan who was rushing to finish off a rebound from Kagere’s parried shot.

Center referee Bard Yassin ruled out Guikan’s second goal in the 87th minute as the striker had handed the ball before sending it into the back of the net.

Kagere wasted a glorious opportunity to net Gor’s second goal in the 90th minute after a one-one situation with goalkeeper Omondi.

The Rwandan import was not lucky again as his clever shot with the back of his leg inside the box failed to hit the target with Kevin Oluoch rushing to clear it for safety.

Gor Mahia beat SoNy Sugar

Gor Mahia consolidated their lead in the 2017 Kenya Premier league with yet another hard fought win. This time they beat SoNy Sugar 2-1 in Kisumu on Saturday. Ernest Wendo scored the opening goal. And yet again it was Rwandese striker Meddie Kagere who came through with the all important goal to give Gor Mahia a 2-1 win.

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Inside the first minute, Rwandan Jacques Tuyisenge was presented with a golden opportunity from a Godfrey Walusimbi cross with only the keeper to beat but he placed his header over and wide.

The 15-time champions were using their strength on the wings to destabilize Sony with Walusimbi and Karim Nizigiyimana employed as wingbacks doing most of the donkey work.

Goal scorer Kagere also had a superb opportunity from another superb worked move from wide, but he could not find the target after Nizigiyimana had picked him up perfectly.

Gor continued to dominate and Kenneth Muguna came close to his second goal of the season with a shot from distance which went over.

Sony had struggled to create chances as Gor denied them spaces, but they managed to squeeze one with Amos Asembeka crossing in but George Abege saw his header well collected by Boniface Oluoch.

Gor were rewarded for their perfect start in the 22nd minute when Ernest Wendo grabbed his debut goal with a well struck low shot after a Sony poor clearance from a Gor corner found him well placed at the edge of the box.

Sony provided the response in the 38th minute with George Abege breaking the offside trap and skipping past Oluoch to tap into an empty net. The Gor defense had been left standing with their arms up, thinking the second assistant ref would call for offside.

K’Ogalo however, rose back into the lead just three minutes after the restart.

The ball landed perfectly on Kagere’s path after Muguna’s attempt at a shot was futile, the Ugandan-born Rwandese simply tapped in past Kevin Otieno in the Sony Sugar goal.

Gor would have late chances with Tuyisenge seeing a header off a Nizigiyimana cross being saved while Muguna had a shot go over.

John ‘Softie’ Ndirangu earned his first piece of action in a Gor jersey later on and he showed glimpses of what is expected of him with a fine shot from distance that was well handled by the Sony shot stopper.

“It was a tough match because Sony have never been an easy opponent for us. We are happy with the win though because getting three points back-to-back gives us a lot of confidence. We played very well especially in the second half and we hope we can keep up that way,” Gor Mahia skipper Musa Mohammed told Capital Sport after the match.

Gor Mahia take on SoNy Sugar

After a hard fought win against Kakamega Homeboyz at Afraha last weekend, Gor Mahia are back in the title hunt. They will be trying to maintain their lead in the stadings when they take on SoNy Sugar of Awendo at teh friendly confines of Moi stadium Kisumu.

SoNy Sugar who are currently eighth in the standings, are in high spirits after beating Thika United 1-0 last weekend.

SoNy Sugar has always been a tough nut to crack. In the last 4 years, the match typically ends in a hard earned 1-0 win for Kogalo and in some rare cases a 0-0 draw.  In 2016, Gor Mahia were held 0-0 by SoNy Sugar at Awendo, a results that slowed down Gor Mahia’s title chase. Ze Maria who is keen to make amends will be going for nothing less than a win.

Prior to that scoreless draw, Gor Mahia had won the first leg 1-0. In 2015, Gor Mahia pipped SoNy Sugar 1-0 in the first  and second legs. The second leg win is what clinched the league title for Gor Mahia with the goal coming from Innocent Wafula. In the 2015 first leg, it was a sublime free-kick from Ali Abondo that earned Kogalo a 1-0 win at Awendo.

This time coach Salim Babu of SoNy Sugar is determined to turn the tables. He was at Afraha stadium last  weekend scouting and he thinks he has found a formula to beat Gor Mahia.

“We have seen their strengths especially playing from the wings and we know what to do to beat them. It is a big team of course and they have always been tough against us, but we are determined to get a win past them and I know with the motivation my boys have, it is possible,” said Babu to Capital FM.

Gor Mahia coach Ze Maria knows it will be a tough outing.

“It is a tough match against Sony because they play like a unit. They have good individual players but for us, our objective remains to win our matches. We know the fans expect a lot from us and always, we should go there prepared to win,” said the former Brazil international.

According to Judith Nyangi, the traveling squad is as follows:

Boniface Oluoch, Peter Odhiambo, Karim Nizigiyimana, Godfrey Walusimbi, Haron Shakava, Musa Mohammed,Wellington Ochieng’, Ernest Wendo, JacquesTuysenge, Kenneth Muguna, Meddie Kagere, George Odhiambo, Jean-Baptiste Mugiraneza, Francis Kahata, Philemon Otieno,Antony Mbugua, Timothy Otieno, John Ndirangu and Innocent Wafula.

Still missing from the squad is Collins Okoth “Gattuso” who does not seem to have made amends with the club’s technical bench.

According to Judith Nyangi, the match kickoff time is 3pm on Saturday April 15.

Gor Mahia held scoreless by SoNy

Gor Mahia’s title chase was slowed down by SoNy Sugar at Awendo green stadium when they were held to a 0-0 draw
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K’Ogalo came into the match knowing that victory of any kind will ensure they remain close to league leaders Tusker FC

Gor Mahia were held to a barren draw by Sony Sugar in a mid-week league match played at Awendo Green Stadium on Wednesday.

K’Ogalo came into the match knowing a win will ensure they remain close to league leaders Tusker FC, who were to play Thika United later on with Sony Sugar aiming to continue with a good run in the league that has seen them rise from relegation zone.

The match started well with both teams keen for an opener as the tempo intensified from the first minute. The sugar millers gave as much as they received with Gor Mahia pressing for an early opener to ease the pressure. In the 15th minute, Amos Nondi curled in a wonderful corner-kick after custodian Timothy Odhiambo had parried the ball; unfortunately he was unable to hit the target. Two minutes later, Erick Ouma did a replica of the same.

It was quite unfortunate for Sony Sugar not to take the lead in the 35th minute as Valen Mahero floated in a wonderful cross, but no one was there to head it home. Gor Mahia ended the first half on a high note as they won a free-kick just outside the box, but Odhiambo did well to deny Erick Ouma.

After the break, Sony Sugar came back stronger with substitute Amos Asembeka bringing all sorts of trouble in K’Ogalo defense, but still no goal was coming forth. The hosts resorted to cautious play as they looked keen for a draw, as Gor Mahia intensified their attacks.

Unfortunately after 90th minutes it was 0-0. The result means Gor Mahia have 32 points from 20 matches as Sony Sugar registered their 24th point of the season.

Starting XI: Bonface Oluoch, Karim Nizigiyamana, Abouba Sibomana (Walusimbi Godfrey), Musa Mohammed, Wellington Ochieng, Ernest Wendo (Enock Agwanda), Innocent Wafula (Francis Kahata), Amos Nondi, Meddie Kagere, Jacques Tuyisenge, Eric Ouma

Unused Subs: Samuel Okinda, Luke Ochieng, George Odhiambo, Godfrey Walusimbi,Godfrey Walusimbi, Anthony Mbugua, Francis Kahata

Gor Mahia take on SoNy Sugar

Blackberry in action against Charles Bruno of SoNy in April

After a brief break from the Kenya Premier League, Gor Mahia resume action on Wednesday August 3 when they take on SoNy Sugar at Awendo.

Gor Mahia’s form of late has been less than convincing. They were held to two succesive draws and last week it took a last gasp effort from an Enock Agwanda throw in to grab a late winner in the fifth minute of injury time.

Teams are coming in determined to doggedly defend against Gor Mahia because grabbing a point against the champions is a significant achievement for any team. And Gor Mahia’s attack is not as sharp as it was in 2015 which means early goals that would open up the game have been scarce.

“Last season, we set very high standards for ourselves and now our fans expect us to win every match. It is putting us under a lot of pressure especially when you consider the fact that no team wants to lose or drop points as they are looking at a respectable finish on the log,” said skipper Musa Mohamed.

“It is a tough game for us. Every team wants a point from Gor Mahia and we must strive to be strong and focused and not underrate anyone. At this stage in the league, before you take a point from anyone you really have to fight hard,” he continued.

The play of the club has been below expected Standards so much so that some fans are asking for coach Ze maria to be replaced. What they forget is that before the Brazilian tactician took over, Gor Mahia were close to the relegation zone.

Nevertheless, Ze Maria will need to work diligently to sharpen the attack and in particular find a formation where both Tuyisenge and Kagere can thrive.

To partner Musa Mohamed in defence, Gor Mahia will line-up Luke Ochieng since Harun Shakava is suspended, having accumulated 5 yellow cards. Ochieng has not impressed since he joined and in fact has appeared unsure in some games. He is one player who will need to improve.

Matches between these two teams have been gard fought of late. The two teams last met in April where Gor Mahia won 1-0 thanks to a late goal from Tuyisenge. In fact Gor Mahia has beaten SoNy Sugar by identical 1-0 scores. Late in 2015, Gor Mahia clinched the league by beating SoNy Sugar 1-0 thanks to a goal by Innocent Wafula. In the first leg of 2015, it was an Ali Abondo free-kick that seperated the two sides at Awendo. This Wednesday promises to be no different.

Gor Mahia go hunting for points against SoNy Sugar

Image courtesy of Bonface Osano

Gor Mahia will resume their hunt for 2016 Kenya Premier League points when they take on SoNy Sugar at the Nyayo stadium on Saturday.  The match was initially scheduled for Afraha stadium in Nakuru. This is because Kasarani was booked for another league match, City stadium is unavailable while  Nyayo stadium was initially booked for the match between the Kenya U20 side and their Sudanese counterparts.  Nyayo became available once Kenya was disqualified.

New coach Jose Marcelo aka Ze Maria has yet to convince fans that his samba touch . Fans will be eager to see an improvement in results. So far Kogalo have won only two out of five matches. They have only conceded six goals which means the defence and goalkeeping departments are still solid. And Gor Mahia have dominated large swathes of matches but have been unable to convert possession into goals.

Boniface Owino who was between the posts for the last two games will likely be in goal again as he awaits the disciplinary measures that KPL will met out againt him for pushing the referee during the chaotic encounter with Tusker last Saturday. KPL are due to make a ruling next week.

“Once such a matter has been captured in the referees report, it is taken over by our disciplinary committee. In this case, they are scheduled to sit next week,” said Jack Oguda to goal.com

Last year SoNy proved a tough nut to crack. Gor Mahia beat them 1-0 in an intense battle thanks to a goal by Innocent Wafula. It was the win the sealed the 2015 KPL title for Kogalo. The good news for Gor Mahia is that SoNy Sugar are also having a rough season. One win from nine matches has left them second from bottom.


Unstoppable Gor Mahia clinch KPL Top 8

Karim Nizigiyimana holding the cup. Photo from the Nation

Gor Mahia continued with their Grand March to a historic season when they beat SoNy Sugar 2-1 in a hard fought encounter to win their third trophy of the season. It was not easy for Gor Mahia. SoNy who had beaten Sofapaka 3-1 put on a battle. And with Gor Mahia players showing signs of fatigue, SoNy Sugar led for most of the match after having taken the lead in the 9th minute via Andrew Sekayombya whose overhead scissors kick put his side in the lead. The hero of the day was Rwandese striker Meddie Kagere who equalized and sent the game to extra time ebfore he later slotted the winner in the 114th minute from the  penalty spot following a handball from Eugene Ochieng.

After having scored early, SoNy kept Gor Mahia at bay. Particularly outstanding was goalkeeper Allan Owiny who one could make an argument for man of the match. He pulled off point blank save after  point blank save to frustrate Gor Mahia attackers. Michael Olunga missed numerous chances and is likely showing signs of fatigue.  In the 35th minute he received a pass from Kagere but with the goalmouth begging, he could not connect. In the 39th minute he sent the ball overboard from close range. Kagere too was guilty of missing chances in the first half.

In the second half Gor Mahia, coach Nuttall replaced Collins Okoth with Enock Agwanda. Gor Mahia continued to press and maintain the Lions share of possession. In the 57th minute, Agwanda’s throw in found Olunga whose header was saved by Allan Owiny. Gor Mahia pressed and finnaly found an equalizer in the 78th minute when Ali Abondo’s freekick found Meddie Kagere who headed home.

At 90 minutes the score was 1-1 and the game went into extra time. George Odhiambo came in for Innocent Wafula as coach Nuttall continued to bring on attackers. The first half of extra time ended without incident. The all important goal came in the 114th minute when Kagere placed a well taken penalty passed Owiny in the SoNy goal.

KPL Top 8 record

Gor Mahia last won the KPL Top 8 in 2012. On that occassion they had beaten Tusker 4-0 on aggregate in the semi-finals with goals coming from Moses Odhiambo, Edwin Lavatsa, Rama Salim and Ivan Anguyo. In the final they beat Ulinzi 2-0 with two extra time goals from Rama Salim and Itubu Imbem. The KPL Top 8 was inaugurated in 2011. Both Gor Mahia and Tusker have now won the cup twice.

Just as important, Gor Mahia have maintained their 2015 unbeaten record in 2015. And yet again they did it against a determined SoNy side.

Gor Mahia are officially 2015 KPL Champions

Gor Mahia fans celebrate Wafula’s goal against SoNy

Gor Mahia have won the 2015 Kenya Premier League with four games to spare after beating SoNy Sugar 1-0 in a decisive match played at Nyayo stadium on Wednesday

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A first half goal courtesy of Innocent Wafula was enough to hand K’Ogalo a record fifteenth Kenyan Premier League title and a third in a row and also cemented their supremacy on the local scene.

The last time a team won a third consecutive crown was during the 1983, 1984 and 1985 season. Going into the match against Sony Sugar, the league champions needed just a point to be confirmed champions and instead picked three to send their tally to 66.

After being held to a barren draw by Ulinzi Stars on Sunday in a move that delayed their coronation, Gor Mahia were not taking any chances on Wednesday and started pushing for the crucial goal right from the first whistle. Coach Frank Nuttall preferred to start George Odhiambo and Ali Abondo, who have been missing of late in his starting line-up.

Odhiambo popularly known as ‘Blackberry’ made his first contribution in the 5th minute sneaking inside the Sony Sugar backline but was denied by Allan Owiny in goal. The pressure continued and Godfrey Walusimbi’s well taken cross was headed out.
Then the stadium was plunged into darkness for about nine minutes as the engineers fought frantically to restore power. Impatient fans turned on lights on their mobile phones with no one wanting to go home. When play resumed, Gor Mahia continued to control the proceedings with Ali Abondo’s shot going just wide.

Sony Sugar had their moment to come into the match in the 25th minute with Marwa Chamberi testing Boniface Oluoch with a long cross that however, did not bother the calm goalkeeper. On the other side of the pitch, there was worry from Gor Mahia fans when top striker Michael Olunga came down awkwardly as he tried to dispossess Sony Sugar’s Alfred Onyango and needed treatment to come back into the match.

The opening goal finally came in the 39th minute from Innocent Wafula, who found himself at the end of a great move initiated by Meddie Kagere and Godfrey Walusimbi. Gor Mahia were unrelenting even as the second half kicked-off keeping Olwiny in Sony’s goal busy. The Sony Sugar goalkeeper stretched well to deny Olunga in the 50th minute.

From the hour mark the sugar millers looked the more determined side with Marwa Chamberi causing Gor Mahia problems on the flanks but he could only get a fruitless corner for all his efforts. But Gor Mahia still had better possessions and time and again burst upfront threatening to score. On one such occasion, Innocent Wafula’s goal bound shot was put out by Olwiny for a fruitless corner.

Gor Mahia rested George Odhiambo for Enock Agwanda and Khalid Aucho for Collins Okoth but the title was already won.