Mombasa based side Bandari
look set to maintain a trend of an immediate bounce back to top flight football
immediately after getting relegated the season before as the side has now moved
14 points clear after a 0-2 qin over Ligi Ndogo in a Division One Zone A tie
played on Saturday 15 September 2012.
The tie that was set to kick off at 0900hrs at the Kenya School of Law Grounds in Karen but delayed a little, saw the two teams head into the break tie at 0-0.
But three minutes after the restart, Tanzanian national David Naftali Tevelu put the visitors 0-1 up.
Just two minutes later, mid season signing John Ngugi Macharia who was signed from Division One side doubled the scores.
14 points clear
The score line remained as is to the final whistle, results that send Bandari to 66 points from 30 rounds of play.
Bandari is now 14 points clear of second placed Kariobangi Sharks and 15 ahead of third and fourth placed Mahakama and Bidco United.
Beaten Ligi Ndogo, who dropped a home game for only the second time this season, remains sixth on the log with two games in hand compared to Bandari.