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Last gasp Chemelil deny Oserian

17 September 2012, 07:41

Chemelil Sugar scored very late in the match to earn a 1-1 draw with Oserian in a Tusker Premier League match played in Awasi on Sunday.

Mathias Okoro gave Oserian an early lead, while Jared Obwoge equalised for the home team.

Oserian will have only themselves to blame for the result, as they had the chances to add to the score and in the end conceded a late goal to settle for the point.

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