In Summary
  • In 16 minutes, both Dennis Mukaisi and Otieno had tested Muhoroni Youth custodian Salim Sowedi in vain.
  • For Muhoroni tactician James Omondi, a point away from home motivates their fight to avoid relegation.

Visiting Muhoroni Youth held Posta Rangers to a barren draw in a SportPesa Premier League (SPL) clash played at Ruaraka grounds on Wednesday afternoon.

A six game winless run for Rangers leaves the club on 36 points, 16 ahead of bottom placed Muhoroni Youth after 24 rounds.

“I believe we had chances to bury the game. We pinned Muhoroni in their own half for the better part of the game but couldn’t put to use our opportunities. A point is better off but it’s a game we deserved to win,” Posta Rangers head coach Sammy ‘Pamzo’ Omollo said after the match.

For Muhoroni tactician James ‘Odijo’ Omondi, a point away from home motivates their fight to avoid relegation at the closure of the season.

PICK POINTS

“Posta is a big team just like Ulinzi Stars whom we picked a point from in our last match. Eleven games to go for us, that’s 33 points. If we manage to pick as many as we can despite the financial challenges we are facing, we should be out of the red zone,” he said.

Omollo made two changes in the team that lost 0-2 to Nakumatt at the same venue last Saturday. Edwin Mwaura and Kennedy Otieno replaced John Nairuka and Geoffrey Kataka who were relegated to the bench.

The hosts went all out in search of an early goal the moment centre referee Anthony Ogwayo blew the opening whistle.

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