Super Eight Premier League defending champions Kawangware United failed to impress in their second match of the season after going down 3-2 to Makadara J.LSA during during a thrilling encounter held at Hamza grounds at the weekend.
Kawangware under the tutelage of Francis Thairu have had it rough this season suffering a 5-0 loss to NYSA in their opening fixture and now the second defeat in a row leaves the cup holders in an awkward 15th place in the 16 team chart. The new kids on the block Makadara now lead the 16 team log with six points.
The goals against Kawangware came through Xavier Tyrone, Marvin Wachai, and Andrew Mwihu while Kawangware netted through Christopher Wanga and Francis Gakuha.
Meanwhile, football fans at Camp Toyoyo were left disappointed after the clash between Jericho FC and Ngando Youth Association (NYSA) FC which they had anticipated with baited breath ended in a barren draw.
The draw means that the Thomas Okongo led Jericho stuck at third place with four points which they are tied on with NYSA who are one spot below them.
In another match, David Bosire first half goal was enough to steer Shauri Moyo Blue Stars past rivals Makongeni Sports Association (MASA) during a pulsating match played at Hamza grounds.
Blue Stars now have six points and move to second place on the log with a lesser goal count compared to leaders Makadara while MASA are pointless at 13th place.
At BP grounds, Meltah Kabiria shook off their bad start of the season after stunning debutants Leads United 3-0 in a one-sided affair.