Bandari FC exacted their 3-2 first leg defeat against Zoo Kericho with an emphatic 3-0 victory on Sunday September 17 at the Mbaraki Stadium in Mombasa.
Bandari, who were fresh from a 1-0 loss to Kariobangi Sharks on Wednesday, opened the scoring in the 17th minute through Fred Cosmas whose impressive finish was too much for keeper Samuel Koko.
Cosmas was at it again few minutes before the break , this time exploiting Samuel Koko's rebound to smash the ball home after the keeper had punched Hamisi Abdalla's long range strike.
Substitute Noah Abich all but wrapped a 3-0 win for the Dockers in the 91st minute after seeing his free kick punched into the net by Koko.
The win takes Bandari to 9th place on the league table with 33 points while remain 12th with 29 points.
Thika United vs Gor Mahia
At the Thika Sub-County Stadium, Gor Mahia's plans to open a twelve-point gap were frustrated by Thika United who managed to hold them to a barren draw in the entire ninety minutes.
Gor had several chances through Meeedie Kagere, George Odhiambo and substitute Jacques Tuyisenge but were unable to find the back of the net, this being for the first time since head coach Dylan Kerr took charge of the team.
Gor however remain firmly at the helm of the table with 51 points from 24 points while Thika slip out of the relegation spots to settle in position 16 with 22 points.
Thika United Starting XI: Allan Owiny, Musa Asad, Benson Iregi, Dennis Odhiambo, Christopher Orumchun, Suleiman Ngotho, Wilson Anekeya, Eugene Mukangula, Samuel Mwanje, Shami Kibwana, Said Tsuma.
Subs: Eliud Emase, Michael Mutinda, Francis Muturi, Dennis Lewa, Stephen Odhiambo, Dennis Matasi, James Kinyanjui.
Gor Mahia Starting XI: 29. Boniface Oluoch, 14. Karim Niziyimana, 5. Musa Mohammed, 18. Haron Shakava, 20. Ernest Wendo, Godfrey Walusimbi, 10. Kenneth Muguna, 30. Philemon Otieno, 22. Meddie Kagere, 25. George Odhiambo, 17. Timothy Otieno.
Subs:16. Shaban Odhoji, 4.Wellington Ochieng, 8. Francis Kahata, 7. Jean Baptiste, 28. Oliver Maloba, 21. John Ndirangu, 9. Jacques Tuyisenge.