James Saruni (Ulinzi Stars)
The Kenyan international kept the most clean sheets for his side with twelve of them. They managed to keep out the potent attack of Kariobangi Sharks twice as well as posting clean sheets against Gor Mahia and KCB.
Despite his best efforts, his side did not have the meanest defense as they conceded 29 goals, six more than the best defense.
Steve Njunge (Nairobi City Stars)
The goalkeeper was among a select few who managed to play the entire minutes of the premier league season.
Although they concede thirty goals, he managed to post eleven clean sheets including against winners Tusker who had the best attack in the league.
Joseph Okoth (KCB)
The KCB captain might have been saddened by how close his team came to winning the league but he was integral for their title run in.
He managed to post eleven clean sheets and they conceded twenty-three goals, the least in the league.
His prowess between the sticks saw his team prevent Gor Mahia twice, Tusker, Bandari and Kariobangi Sharks from scoring.