Nairobi City Stars registered an 11-0 win over Mwiki-based Imara FC during a training match held at the Ngong Vapor grounds on Wednesday 20 April 2022.
The game was aimed at handing the players that did not clock minutes, or partially featured in the last league game against Ulinzi Stars that ended 1-0 in Ruaraka on Easter Monday, as well as hand Imara a chance to have a taste of top tier football.
Simba wa Nairobi led 7-0 at halftime before topping up with four more in the next half.
Augustine Kuta, Michael Madoya, Rowland Makati – playing as a right-back – and, guest player Pius Omachi, all scored a brace. Mohammed Bajaber, Kelvin Etemesi (Kangemi United), and Edwin Buliba added a goal each.
Sequence of goals [min, scorer(provider)]
20-Edwin Buliba (Dennis Wanjala)
26-Michael Madoya (Penalty)
35-Augustine Kuta (opponent)
40-Augustine Kuta (Timothy Ouma)
41-Rowland Makati (intercept)
45-Michael Madoya (Rodgers Okumu)
52-Rowland Makati (Penalty)
61-Mohammed Bajaber (Kelvin Etemesi)
75-Kelvin Etemesi (Dan Otieno)
90-Pius Omachi (Rowland Makati)
90+Pius Omachi (Dennis Wanjala)
City Stars: 1. Elvis Ochoro, 14. Rowland Makati, 12. Edwin Buliba (4. Salim Abdallah), 22. Wycliffe Otieno, 3. Charles Otieno (31. Mohammed Bajaber), 2. Elvis Noor Ojiambo (Dan Otieno-guest), 20. Timothy Ouma, 5. Michael Madoya (Pius Omachi-guest), 29. Augustine Kuta (Etemesi – guest), 9. Vincent Otieno (7. Rodgers Okumu)
Coach: Nicholas Muyoti
Imara FC: Mark Ibrahim, Dennis Mukoye, Dickson Orina, Samuel Theuri, Charles Muteei, Rashid Shitanda, Daniel Gikonyo, Rodgers Opondo, Silvan Alvaro, Rajab Kipkorir, Jack Githinji
Subs: Pilmax Ketete, George Amalemba, Francis Mwaura, Jessy Muyoti, Victor Mwangi, Samuel Wamalwa, Ruzzel Ochieng, Brandon Jason, Joseph Kinyanjui, Solomon Muraya, Gregory Gitau, Jimmy Nderitu