After travelling all the way from Naivasha to Homabay for
their 31st league match, Finlays Horticulture were disappointed
after the home side failed to turn up for the match.
This saw the flowermen bag three easy points and two goals.
Evne though they took home the points, Finlays travelled
back home a disappointed lot, with the club’s Team Manager Kenneth Wafula
saying they had been denied a chance to increase their goal difference.
-It is disappointing for us to use all the resources we have
travelling, only for the hosts to skip on the match, Wafula told Futaa.com.
-We took home three points, that’s ok, but for a team that
is keen on earning our points it was a motivation-killer. There is a chance we could have scored more
than the two goals that the walkover accorded us.
-The competition at the top is very tight and we could do with as many goals as we can get.
Finlays are currently ranked third in the
Western Zone of Kenyan’s division one, tied at 69 points with second-placed
Nakuru AllStars and fourth-placed Agrochemicals.
HBC on the other hand are the tail-enders of the 20-team