By Reuben Olita
Shan Adan scored a brace to steer Kabkara FC to a 3-0 victory over Katelenyang in the Busia County League Zone A match whose second leg kicked off on Sunday
Shan Adam who scored two goals for Kabkara FC against Katelenyang on Sunday at Kabkara Primary School.
Adam put hosts Kabkara into the lead in the 35th minute before their partisan fans at Kabkara Primary School grounds to see his team take a 1-0 lead at the break.
Zakayo Emojong made it 2-0 in the 49th minute before Adam complicated matters for the visitors with the third goal in the 78th minute. The victory retained hopes for Kabkara of finishing top three in the gruelling battle.
Musokoto FC continued with their giant feat after edging Kekalet 1-0 at Musokoto Primary School with. Edwin Oronda scored the lone goal in the second half of the the thriller-a- minute encounter.
Musokoto chairman, Boniface Wesonga whose only lose is against Katakwa FC and a draw away to Kekalet exuded confidence of winning the Zonal title and then proceed for the regional league next season.
“We are ready to host Katakwa which beat us in the first leg and we promise to turn the tables this time round. Our impressive performance is attributed to team discipline and motivation, coaches commitment and support from fans,” he said, adding that the main challenge facing them are financial constraints, sending an olive branch to well-wishers to come to their rescue.
At Malaba Stadium, hosts Boca Junior were trounced 4-1 by visiting Kamolo FC. Edward Karani put Kamolo into the lead in the 5th minute before former top scorer and captain, Eugene Okello Omudek aka AFOBE10 added the second goal in the 40th minute to lead 2-0 at the break..
Samuel Waswa made it 3-0 a minute into the second half with Duncan Olubi completing the rout in the 71st minute. Boca’s consolation goal was scored by Samuel Jakait in the 92nd minute.
Akobwait failed to sparkle at home, losing 1-0 to Kifaru at Akobwait Cha Primary School. The lone goal of the match was netted by. E. Philip in the 88th minute to earn them maximum points.
FC Machakusi also failed to make use of homeground advantage, losing 2-0 to Kiriko at Machakusi Primary School. Kamuriai and Moding battled to a goalless draw at Kamuriai Primary School with Aboloi and Katakwa settling for a similar score at Aboloi Primary School.
Following weekend matches, Musokoto consolidated their lead at the top of Zone A with 37 points from 14 matches. Kifaru are second on the log with 28 points from the same number of matches. Kabkara are third with 27 points, three ahead of Kamolo which lie fourth.
Zone B matches pitting Simuli Youths v Khwilare, Young Tigers v Murende Higlanders and Labour v Teens of Hope were postponed. The second leg of the Zone resumes this weekend with five matches on the card.
Labour FC still lead the Zone with 22 points from nine matches. Teens of Hope are second with 20 points; Simuli Youths are third with 15 points with Nasewa ranked fourth with 15 points but separated on goal difference.