Tedians coach Vicky Booker has issued a message to Boca Seniors as well as Field Marshalls, insisting that he will scoop three points from them in the upcoming fixtures. Booker who witnessed his side draw 2-2 with Wakataji FC last Saturday, claims that his team is ready for the forenamed teams .

“As long as I’m the Tedians coach, I will ensure I’ve won against Field Marshalls and Boca seniors in the second leg,” a confident Booker said. The Tedians lost 5-1and 2-0 to Boca Seniors and Marshalls respectively, and have quoted injuries and poor officiation as the primary cause of the losses. Booker has signed Kevin Makachia “Babu” and a few others as the second leg approaches.

Tedians football club ( coach Booker, fourth left in the standing row)

Technically, Boca Seniors boast Tony Evans, Ex-Marshalls Kabete Junior and a fast Kevin Mwololo, their four- goal top scorer. The starman sealed their 2-1 win over Waiya on Saturday, scoring the second. On their side, Marshalls thrashed Tyrepowers 5-0 to become the most scoring side, having also beaten Wakataji 6-0 in the first leg.

In other news, Upper Hill continued their winning streak, beating Angaza and Biological FC. Gilbert Kipng’etich scored the lone goal in a tough clash against Angaza, while Anthony Kimani, Hemsey Dadema and Edwin Maru all found the net against Biological. In another match, Redstars failed to register a win at home, as they lost 3-0 to Wasafi. Tony Omondi, Martin Kimathi and “Alexis” scored a goal each, Brian Kibet netting the condolence goal for the home team.

Elsewhere, the top scorer battle is getting better with Elvis Ochieng closing on Federico Muia. Elvis scored the second goal as Waiya beat Tyrepowers 2-0 to make his goal tally five, having missed several open chances. Muia of Wazee wa Kazi is leading the scoring board by six goals, as Gilbert Kipng’etich of Upper Hill comes third with four goals.

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