At the close of the 23 games played across the Division One – Zone A and B, one striker – Liberian Roosevelt Blaty of Mombasa based Admiral FC stands out at the top of the scorer’s log.
Khamati is the second best scorer
Heading to the weekend, Blaty had struck 18 times for Admiral. On Saturday 28 July 2012, he was denied when his side picked up a barren draw against Green Berets.
On Sunday 29, he could afford to squander a penalty but still scored a brace in a 2-2 draw against Thola Glass to improve his tally to 20 in the league.
Administration Police’s Michael Khamati who was stuck on 15 for a while also got a brace on Sunday as his team left host Congo JMJ United embarrassed at home in a 2-5 defeat. Khamati is now the second best scorer in division One with 17 goals.
Valen Semi Mahero
With 15 strikes, Nakuru AllStars Sebastian Muchera is the sharpest of all in Zone B and the third highest scorer in Division One.
Oliver Omondi of Soin Flousrpar and Valen Semi Mahero of Nzoia United come in next with 14 goals apiece.
West Kenya Sugar’s Stephen Wakhanya and Benlee Juma of Finlays Horticulture are both on 13 goals. Nakuru AllStars’ Brian Mandela and John Mwita who both have 11 strikes close the list of double digits in Zone B.
Set to intensify
Four other strikers in Zone B have struck nine times; Kenneth Rono of Soin Flourspar, Hezron Kausi of Timsales, Dennis Mukaisi of Kakamega Homeboyz and Vincent Juma of Nzoia United.
Juma however carried forward seven of his goals from his former side Karungu FC.
Zone A’ Timothy Otieno of Congo JMJ United’s joins the four from zone B with 11 strikes.
The race for the Golden boot is set to intensify when games in Division One resume at the weekend of Saturday 11 August.