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Migori  County’s Isebania  FC collected their first three points and first win ironically away at St  Josephs  of Nakuru  County .

It was goals galore  at the Afraha  stadium in Nakuru  with an inspired Isebania  from the border town having the last laugh pipping the hosts 4-3.

 

This were the words of Isebania  coach after the first victory in the second tier “We Thank God finally the maiden win has come, St Joseph is a good side playing sleek passing football”

The hosts were the first to score in the 25th  minute but Isebania  leveled the scores five minutes later through  Captain Richard Mulee from a Michael Babu assist. Mulee  was at it again converting from the spot  after Lucas Weitere was brought down in the box.

With the visitors leading and the hosts trailing Alex Sunga shocked the crowd when he scored Isebania ‘s   3rd from a counter attack assisted by Michael Babu.

St Joseph pressed hard to reduce the deficit and we’re rewarded when Wilfred  Onyango  gifted them with a process penalty minutes before the breather for a 2-3 scoreline.

The Second half saw the hosts come out strongly to level matters  but the visitors  contained them with Sunga and Babu a constant threat at the St  Josephs  goal.  Ismail Mohamed, Calvince Otieno and Mulee  were equally  marshalling the  midfield making it difficult  for the hosts to penetrate

Isebania  sealed the hosts fate when Babu  scored the fourth goal through an assist from Alex Sunga

 

St Joseph piled pressure to salvage even a point but to no avail. They however  got the 3rd in the 78th minute after a misjudged kick from Isebania  keeper Saidi Juma went straight to St Josephs striker who tapped in an empty net.

 

After the match Isebania  coach had this to say “Am glad for the win and congrats to the lads for staging a come back . It  gives us the desired kick for the season and hope we keep a good run. Our attention shifts to next match on Friday at home to modern coast and hope to get our home campaign going God willing”

 

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