Bomet County Commissioner Beverly Opwora has assured Bomet Administration Police Service Football Club (APSFC) of her support after they trounced Naivas FC by one goal to move six points clear, on top of the National League Table.
Ms. Opwora praised the team for their hard work despite the financial challenges the club is facing currently.
“I want to assure you my support. You have made us proud by your thrilling performance and the ambitions you have in winning the title of the National League and getting a promotion to the Kenya Premier league next season,” said Ms. Opwora.
Bomet County Police Commander Esther Seroney and Critical Infrastructure Police Unit Commander John Macharia accompanied the County Commissioner.
In March, the club appointed Charles Odero head coach. APS Bomet had played seven matches without a head coach after parting ways with their recent manager on mutual consent.
Before the unveiling of Mr. Odero, the club had registered mixed reactions in their past matches.
Inspector Rose Chemutai who is the club CEO has promised in many instances that the team management will look up to Odero to maintain a good performance and ensure it is promoted to the Football Kenya Federation Premier League next season.
APS Bomet leads the National League table followed by Muhoroni Youths and Fortune Sacco FC closes the top three positions on the current league rankings.
By Lamech Arisa