Sony Sugar regain leadership

By nesta kizito
Mar 02, 2014

Sony Sugar lost their one hundred percent record in the new season of the Kenyan Premier League when they were held to a barren draw by Chemelil Sugar in Awendo on Saturday.

However, the sugar millers regained the league leadership which they had temporarily lost to Sofapaka, who thrashed Top Fry Nakuru 3-0 twenty four hours earlier. Sony top the league table with 7 points from three matches.

Zedekiah 'Zico' Otieno's man have not only avoided defeat thus far, but their newly signed goalkeeper, Lucas Indeche is yet to conceded a goal in three straight matches.

The highly-billed sugar belt derby failed to live up to its expectation but Sony Sugar will be the happier of the lot as they continued to enjoy a good start to the season.

At City Stadium in Nairobi, KCB threw away a one-goal lead to settle for a 1-1 draw with Nairobi City Stars.

Former Gor Mahia striker Paul Kiongera gave KCB the lead early in the second half but City Stars replied almost immediately through pint-sized Ugandan striker Jimmy Bagaye, formerly of AFC Leopards.

The bankers are still without a win this season after drawing 1-1 with AFC Leopards in their first match before falling a shock 0-1 loss to debutants KRA last weekend.

On the other hand, City Stars have fared marginally better following a season opening 0-2 loss to Gor Mahia and a 1-0 win over Bandari last weekend.

In Nakuru, Ulinzi Stars lived up to character as the league's traditional slow starters when they racked up a third straight draw.

The soldiers were left frustrated by a resilient KRA who held them to a scoreless draw at Afraha Stadium. In contrast, KRA must be thanking their lucky star.

The taxmen have collected 4 priceless points from their first three matches in the top flight league.