Migori Youth FC failed to convert the home ground support on Saturday after holding into a barren draw with Trinity FC from Kericho County on Division two league.
Migori Youth was held to a barren draw by the visitors despite a spirited effort which saw most of their shots on target being deflected away by the visitors.
The Saturday games for the central zone of the Football Kenya Federation second division league games kicked off across the county on Saturday with most teams dreaming of being upgraded into nationwide league.
According to Migori youth fc coach Mr.Samwel Owalo he said that they are happy with the team despite the barren draw since it is their first time in such a completion promising his team and Migori as a whole that they will l work harder on strengthening the team even as they face tough teams ahead as they will be traveling to Bomet to face AP Bomet FC at Silibwet Stadium next Saturday adding that he is sure of being promoted after next season to play with Isebania FC in the supper league.
His sentiments was shared by Edward Kemboi, the head coach of Trinity FC who said they dream of being promoted and face off with Zoo Kericho which is from the same county in the Tusker Premier League.
Kemboi called upon the sports Ministry to provide enough support for players and teams saying that will give them opportunity to show case their talents for their better future challenging the government for imposing hefty tax on them urging the government to reduce fees and taxes needed for smaller teams to help boost local talents adding that the taxes should be removed as most teams in this division are supported by well-wishers.
William Mbeche, the Uriri Constituency Funds secretary on his part who represented Uriri MP Mark Nyamita who is the patron of Migori youth called upon other elected leaders to pick on teams both at county and other leagues to support local talents across the county.
He said the only route Kenya can have towards the World Cup is through lower division leagues being strengthened.