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Western Bulls left it late to seal a 16-15 match day two result over visiting Mwamba at the Kakamega High School on Saturday afternoon.


It was Mwamba who took the early initiative, going ahead through Greg Odhiambo’s try.

Shaban Ahmed converted to give the visitors a 7-0 lead. Ahmed would extend Kulabu’s lead with a penalty before the Bulls got their first points on the board from Duncan Abuyeka’s penalty with the half time scores 10-3 in Mwamba’s favor.

Collins Injera would stretch Mwamba’s lead with an uncoverted second half try but the hosts stayed in touch, Brian Watson adding a second penalty to bring the scores to 15-6 before converting Emmanuel Owade’s try to bring Echulusi to within two points of Kulabu.

A successful Alvin Odwako penalty at the death gave the Kakamega side their second win on the trot, a result that sees them placed fifth on the log on 8 points.

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