Wazito FC picked three easy points without kicking a ball after their fixture against Bidco United in one of the four FKF National Super League matches on Monday 3 April failed to kickoff.
The match, the first of the double header at the Thika Stadium, couldn’t kickoff due to lack of an ambulance that showed up an hour later, the second match pitting Modern Coast Rangers and Ushuru FC instead getting underway. The Coast based side emerging 3-1 winners.
At the Moi Stadium, Kisumu, St. Peters’ Seminary alumnus Morven Otinya was on the mark as Palos FC settled for a 1-1 draw with Nakuru AllStars. Otinya opened the scoring on the 27th minute but Peter Amani brought the tie level on the 65th minute.
At the Camp Toyoyo grounds, Ministry of Sports, Arts and Culture (MOSCA) battled to a two-all draw against visiting Agrochemicals.
The visitors took the lead through Notikelly Masasi on the 22nd minute and ten minutes later, Dennis Odhiambo equalized. Masasi was back to claim his brace five minutes to the break.
Agro were headed for a win until the 83rd minute when William Odera struck the leveler to share spoils in a four goal thriller.