Leopards got back to winning ways after the side saw off host Muhoroni Youth
1-2 in a game played at the Afraha Stadium on Sunday 30 September 2012.
Leopards carried a 0-2 lead to the break but were given no further room in the second half to top up on the score as Muhoroni attempted to claw back into the game but only managed a consolation at the hour mark.
Off of a corner, defender Jonas Nahimana poked home the first for Leopards in the 23rd minute before Allan Wanga doubled the score with three minutes to the break with a screamer off a Mike Baraza cross.
Leap frog Gor Mahia
Elly Otuoma’s shot went in at the hour mark off a deflection for Muhoroni’s lone goal on 60 minutes.
With the win, ingwe leap frogs Gor Mahia to land second in the 16-team log with 48 points as Muhoroni Youth remains 13th with 26 points. Both have played 26 matches with four to go to the close of the season.
In the 1500hrs kick off, Leopards got ten corners against Muhoroni’s two, with their first goal coming off the sixth.
A rampant Leopard who pinned Muhoroni for better spells of the first half struck the upright twice; in the eight minutes through Paul Were.
Mike Baraza too had his chance bounce off soon after Wanga’s goal.
Prior to the Sunday triumph, Leopards had gone four straight win games without a win having suffered three losses and picked up a draw.
Muhoroni came to Afraha in the wake of a deserved 3-0 win over Nairobi City Stars in the past weekend.