Black Stars, Esigwata Trounce Opponents In Matayos Sub Branch League Zone B

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By Reuben Olita

Black Stars FC and Esigwata Riverside registered impressive wins in the Matayos Sub Branch League Zone B 2021/2022 season that has entered the fourth week.

Black Stars hammered hosts Nambere Olympics 6-0 at Muyafwa Primary School with Brian Shikuku Scoring a brace in the second and 20th minutes.

Other goals in a spate of 20 minutes were netted by Ezekiel Wanyama in the 22nd minute, Michael Osebe(25th), Levies Omondi (30th) and Silas Ouma (41st).

At Lwanya Primary School, visiting Esigwata Riverside trounced hosts Lwanya Epitome 5-1 with goals from Geoffrey Wanyama in the 31st minute, Brian Otieno (64th), Gift Khaseke (66th), Eliud Flevious (68th) and Michael Ouma (88th).Edude Passey scored Lwanya’s consolation goal in the 36th minute.

Uprising Little Angels also earned three crucial points after outshining visiting Busende Rising Stars 2-1 at Mabunge RC Primary School.

The hosts scored through Ferdinand Otieno in the 21st minute and Norbert Ndukhu (31st). Bonface Were scored Busende’s consolation goal in the 80th minute.

In the other match played at Lunga Primary School, Lunga United and league leaders Marende Highlanders settled for a barren draw.

Despite the stalemate, Marende maintained their unbeaten record with 11 points to remain in top position. Esigwata Riverside and Uprising Little Angels are tied on second position but Riverside have superior goal difference.

Lunga United are fourth with seven points; Black Stars and Rising tie on seventh spot with six points. Lwanya Epitome, Mabunge FC and Nambere Olympics are last with no point registered.

Jacktone Otieno of Murende Highlanders is leading the scorers chart with 6 goals. Jacktone’s counterpart, Felix Otieno has two goals to his credit.

Gift Khaseke who netted a goal to help Esigwata beat Lwanya Epitome is second on the chart with three goals. Others on two goals are Chris Masore and Brian Shikuku of Black Stars, Kevin Taabu of Busende Rising, Chris Masore of Mabunge, and Edude Passey of Epitome.

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