Makeni’s Wusum Stars took a significant step towards securing their position in the top flight after a convincing 3-0 triumph over Kenema’s Kamboi Eagles at the Wusum field on Wednesday.

The victory places Wusum Stars five points clear of the relegation zone in the ongoing league campaign.

In what proved to be a crucial match for both teams, Wusum Stars displayed their determination to stay in the league from the opening whistle.

The breakthrough came in the 23rd minute when Issa Tarawallie found the back of the net, granting Wusum Stars an early advantage. Building on the momentum, Abdul Bangura doubled the lead just 11 minutes later, leaving Kamboi Eagles stunned as the halftime whistle blew.

The second half witnessed a resilient display from both teams, with Kamboi Eagles attempting to mount a comeback and Wusum Stars eager to secure their tenth league victory.

As the match approached its conclusion, Wusum Stars further solidified their dominance by adding a third goal, extending their lead to an emphatic 3-0.

With this win, Wusum Stars have notched up their tenth triumph of the season, bolstering their chances of remaining in the top division. The team’s recent form has been encouraging, and their efforts on the field have paid off handsomely.

On the other hand, Kamboi Eagles find themselves in a precarious position, sitting just four points above the relegation zone. With only three matches remaining, the team from Kenema will need to regroup and secure crucial points to ensure their survival in the league.