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KCB,Nakuru All stars eye league return as National Super League (NSL) kicks off

KCB,Nakuru All stars eye league return as National Super League (NSL) kicks off

The 2016 National Super League (NSL) is set to kick off on Saturday 19 March with seven matches on card while three matches are scheduled for Sunday, across the country.

KCB and Nakuru All stars will try to bounce back at the first time of asking after been relegated out of the sportpesa premier league last season , both teams play away to Vihiga United and Bidco United respectively.

The Sportpesa premier league 2015 season underachievers will have to face stiff competition from bookmakers’ promotion favorites kariobangi Sharks and Zoo Kericho as the NSL Kicks off over the weekend.

Nairobi Stima and Police will play the first match of the league at 1pm from Ruaraka on Saturday followed by Kariobangi Sharks who will play Ministry of Sports, Culture and The Arts (MOSCA) at 3PM on the same venue.

Palos FC host Nakumatt FC at Moi Stadium, Kisumu while St Joseph will welcome Ligi Ndogo at Afraha, on Sunday. Mombasa based side Modern Coast Rangers are scheduled to host Zoo Kericho on Sunday 20 March at the Mbaraki Stadium.

Full Round One fixtures
Saturday 19 March

Palos FC vs Nakumatt (Moi Stadium, Kisumu)-3pm

Vihiga United vs KCB (Mumias)-3pm

Bidco United vs Nakuru All Stars (Thika Stadium)-3pm

Nairobi Stima vs Police (Ruaraka)-1pm

Kariobangi Sharks vs MOSCA (Ruaraka)-3pm

Nzoia United vs West Kenya (Sudi)-3pm

Oserian vs Agro Chemicals (Oserian)-3pm

Sunday 20 March

Modern Coast vs Zoo Kericho (Mbaraki)-3pm

Talanta vs Wazito (Ruaraka)-3pm

StJoseph vs Ligi Ndogo (Afraha)-3pm

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