The gate collections for the Kenyan Premier League (KPL) week five clash between hosts AFC Leopards and Muhoroni Youth at the Mbaraki Sports Club on Sunday 16 April has been revealed.
The home team collected a total of Ksh 260400 from ticket sales this coming after recording a number of 868 fans who watched the game, each parting away with Ksh 200.
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The team gave 10% of the total collection (Ksh 26,040) to ticket sales masters Big Brother who were in charge of the ticket sales of the day, Ksh 41,000 for Police hire, Ksh 4,000 for ball boys, Match Day Ambulance for Ksh 7,500, Public Address System for Ksh 8,000, Stadium Hire for Ksh 30,000, Stewards Wages and Lunch for 15,000 with the Stewards Transport return going for Ksh 24,000.
The total expenses left the team with a balance Ksh 104,860 with Ksh 38,372 left for Bandari as an agreement met between the two teams. All this left the Leopard with paltry Ksh 66,488 to bank.
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