The league enters the home stretch with two matches to go against Nzoia Sugar FC and Nakumatt FC. The team conducted a light training session today  at the Camp Toyoyo  ground's ahead of  tomorrow's league clash against Nzoia Sugar Fc, the team that granted us our first top flight win early this year.

 The coach has set his sights on a top 4 finish in the league and a win in tomorrow's match will aid in achieving that target, The match is scheduled to kick off at 3 pm at the same venue, Camp Toyoyo in Jericho.

The boys, in great show of resilience, managed to come back from two goals down to salvage a point against Chemelil sugar Fc in a league match played today at Kasarani Stadium.

Sharks  fielded a much changed squad with the coach opting  to rest a number of the regulars something that dint  work in our favor as  we fell 2 goals behind to our visitors heading into the break.

The coach would at half time make a double change sending the attacking duo of Patilla Omoto and Mathew Odongo into the battle field .the introduction of the two players would soon set the stage for a 'Sharks' comeback    as we totally dominated our Opponents .

Mathew Odongo provided the assist for the first goal, Masoud Juma receiving the cut back pass from Mathew before showing his touch of class with a low finishing past a crowded Chemelil Sugar defense. 11 minutes later ,Masoud Juma would double his and sharks goals tally after he finished off a patillah Omoto's pass. The striker would come close to claiming  a hat rick  but his shot hit the crossbar.

The match ended in a 2 all draw  result that see us maintain our position in the league standing with 42 points from 29 matches. We next travel to kisumu to play Gor Mahia FC on Tuesday , 17th October 2017 

Head coach William Muluya has named his squad who will be on duty on our Kenya premier League match day 26 against AFC leopards on the 7th may 2017 3pm at the Kenyatta Stadium Machakos . 

There are a few changes from the squad that faced Thika United which the match  which we lost 1-0 to the host at the Thika Stadium.Steven Odhiambo, wycliffe Onyango and Ebrima Sanneh are the only new faces.  Defender Steven Odhiambo comes in place of Eric Kipkirui while wycliffe comes in place of injured Hillary Otieno. The team will miss the services of club top scorer Masud Juma and Midfielder Patillah Omoto who are on international duty in Basra Iraq 



Goalkeeper Joff Oyemba Robert Mboya 


Defender  Paul Kamau  Geofrey Shiveka Pascal Ogweno Michael Bodo  Wycliffe Onyango 


Midfielder Osborne Monday Sven Yidah Christopher Kimathi Steven Odhaimbo Ibrahim Kitawi Elli Asieche Matthew Odongo 

Striker  Duke Abuya  Ebrima Sanneh Rodgers Omondi  Calvin 0dongo 

We progressed to the Gotv shield Finals today after downing Sony Sugar FC at the Afraha Stadium in Nakuru. Masoud Juma was the hero again scoring two goals to take us through to what will be our maiden FA cup final in history.

Sharks will meet Afc Leopards who knocked out Vihiga United in the other semi-Final the final match is expected to be played on 20th October 2017. The winner of the Gotv Shield represents the country in the CAF Confederations cup and sharks, first timers in the final will be hoping to lift the tittle and represent the country in continental fixtures.