The second day of the FKFPL matchweek 17 commenced in the afternoon at Police Sacco, witnessing the sharkmen swiftly securing an initial advantage. Wasambo made a pivotal contribution for the team, converting a delivery orchestrated by Geoffrey Onyango in the 31st minute of the opening half. Their dominance persisted throughout the majority of the second half, only to be punctuated by Kapchanga slotting in amidst a goalmouth scramble in the waning moments of the game, precisely in the 90th minute.
Elsewhere, the inception of the year proved auspicious for Sofapaka, marked by their adept execution of three formidable goals during the initial half. Jacob Onyango had a remarkable day, contributing both the opening and concluding goals, while Darius Msagha skillfully netted the second goal in the 37th minute.
Ingwe boys exhibited their top-notch performance by securing an early goal in the 12th minute, courtesy of Musa Oundo, who initiated the scoring for the Leopards in their encounter against Ulinzi. They maintained command as they approached halftime up-to the end of the match.
Erick Kapaito ignited their match at Police Sacco with a significant moment just 5 minutes in, setting the stage for his eventual hat-trick and compelling KCB into defensive adjustments, including the deployment of Hannif in the second half. Kapaito further distinguished himself by executing an exceptional bicycle kick from a precise delivery by Luvanda, adding to his already outstanding score. He later confounded Olang’o by sending him the wrong way to complete his hat-trick. Additional goals were contributed by Levin, who executed a fantastic curler from Kapaito’s cutback, and Njuguna, who secured the fifth goal in the 90th minute of the match.