Kisumu Youth Olympic Center’s [KYOC] impressive form got a boost at the weekend when the team defeated arch rivals Real Kisumu 3-1 in a Nyanza North Provincial tie played at the Kisumu’s Carwash Grounds.
KYOC got their first goal a minute to the first half break through Churchill Omondi.
Upon resumption, it only took Real Kisumu five minutes as they equalized in the 50th minute through Amatta from a penalty kick.
Churchill completed his brace with a second goal for KYOC on 70 minutes. Victor Nyamolo’s goal at the death sent the game beyond the reach of Real Kisumu.
With the win, KYOC remains top of the 14-team log with 38 points from 17 games. Siaya Rangers is second with 36 points while Real Kisumu is third with 33 points.
Before the match, KYOC players were boosted by a word, over the phone, from their coordinator James Waore Diang’a who is in Sweden.