The league leaders had fallen to second place courtesy of Kakamega Homeboyz’s win over Utawala FC earlier in the day but Ronald Isura grabbed an 84th minute goal to see to it that his side goes back on top.
The striker received a fine through ball from Melvin Kariuki and took on the West Kenya defence before rounding the keeper then slotted easily when all the writings were for a barren draw.
Speaking to futaa.com after the match, the team’s Coach Leonard Saleh described the match as a very physical one but hailed his charges for a brave fight to the end.
-This was a very tough and physical match; West Kenya are not lightweights, the slim score line explains it all and I just want to congratulate the players for fighting to the end, he said.
With the win Agrochemicals registered 56 points after 24 matches while West Kenya remained eighth with 36 points after 19 matches.