The SportPesa Super 8 Premier League got into action as eight teams battled for the three golden points.
League early frontrunners Makadara Junior league sports reestablished a four-point lead at the top of the standing following a neat 2-0 home victory over Shauri Moyo blue stars.
Makadara whose lead atop the log was reduced to two points following their scoreless draw with RYSA got their opener barely a minute inside the game through Bonventure Atse.
Leading golden boot early contender Tyron Yara sealed all the maximum points on the 85th minute with a simple tap in to ensure the East Conference side upholds their place atop the log for the sixth week running.
Unbeaten in ten games, Charles Nyongesa led Makadara now have 24 points from seven wins and three draws.
At the same venue, Jericho All-Stars were left regretting a host of unconverted chances as they were forced to come from a goal down to settle for a 2-2 draw with visiting Meltah Kabiria.
The draw means Jericho stagnate at third place on an improved 18 points while Meltah drop to 8th on 13 points.
Meanwhile, Christopher Wanga’s brace for Kawangware United was not enough to spare the defending champions from dropping points as they were held to a 2-2 draw with TUK at Cooperative College grounds.
At Ngong Posts grounds, Kelvin Ochieng’s double inspired NYSA to a 3-1 win over Leads United.
Zamalek got their 1-0 second win of the season after Harun Omwenga’s lone goal of the game against MASA saw them climb to 13th on 8 points same as MASA who are two places above them by virtue of their superior goal aggregate.
Newcomers Rongai All-Stars dropped to the bottom of the log after a barren draw at home against Metro Sports while Kayole Asubuhi were 1-0 winners over RYSA.