The only two games lined
up in the FKF Girls Premier League saw both home teams pick up wins.
Out at Makande Primary School, in a game played from 1500hrs, Spedag saw off visiting Galacticos Youth from Kisumu 2-0.
In Nairobi, and in a game that also kicked off from 1500hrs, host Mathare United knocked down Kamaliza Eaglets 3-0 in a game played at MYSA.
Leah Wairimu sent Spedag 1-0 on seven minutes, a score that stood to the hour mark when the scores became two thanks to an addition by Rehema Mwacharo.
At Mysa, Mathare United carried a 2-0 lead to the break before sealing their tie against Kamaliza with a third goal in the second half.
Naomi Njeri scored a brace, the first on 15 minutes and the third of the game, but her second, on 48 minutes. In between, Janet Nyaboke had scored the second of the game in the 18th minute, her 21st goal of the season.
From the win, Spedag improves upward in the 12-team log to perch at a season high fourth spot with 35 points from 20 games.
Mathare United is sixth having hit 32 points to displace an idle Kisii United on goal difference.
Kamaliza Eaglets, handed their 18th loss in 20 games remains 11th with four points. Galacticos is ninth with 16 points after playing 21 games.