Fetuwe Wazee welcomed the team in another fabulous grounds as the third game began after a rest of over 24 hrs. The last game before departure was marked with nostalgia after a very interesting trip to the coast. Coach Nicko was a doubt still recovering from his dead leg, while top striker Yegotov was out of commission having finished his goal-scoring duties in the coastal town of Mombasa. Babu started in goal as the center pairing of Izzoh and Kamdam were retained with the only player to receive a card in the trip Mitch at right-back while Waire started his third straight game at left-back. Zlatan having mastered the midfield retained his position ahead of the defense. Chubar having played 90 minutes in all of his previous matches paired Zlatan in midfield as versatile Nigerian Ogochee started in a creative role and also wore the armband. Rasco retained his position in the lineup and so did Doobiz and there was no need of changing a working formula as two days in a raw hat trick hero Sisco led the attack. The game looked to be enjoyable as the referee was fair unlike the first match while the weather was not as bad as the second game with the afternoon sun proving relaxing. From the onset, it was clear that Fetuwe relied on a counterattack dropping the ball behind the defense as they searched for a quick goal. Babu was at hand to save a one on one as confusion between Kamdam and Mitch resulted in the opponent stealing in between them and launching a rocket at Babu who provided the answers. However, it was PSC who were proving threatening as Doobiz found himself with the goalkeeper with no defender in sight, however, he was only able to hit the post as the team spurned a glorious opportunity. But when the second chance fell to Ogochee there was no mistake as he darted inside the eight-yard beat to players and selected his spot placing the ball at the back of the net another goal for the Ugali Kitunguu crew. But the joy was short-lived as Fetuwe provided an immediate answer, taking advantage of the relaxation in defense to send a ball over the first line of defense with the top striker having an easy chance rounding the goalkeeper and slotting the ball in. 1-1 game on. PSC was however not looking to be undone as Doobiz had a second chance alone with the goalkeeper and for the second time hit the post. “Hayawi hayawi huwa,” Kamdam received the ball from Babu controlled it, and released Waire with the overlapping fullback finding himself with the goalkeeper. The goalkeeper unsure how to act, was at a loss as Waire rounded him and finessed the ball from a tight angle. 2-1. However, Waire became a victim of team soft life as his tackle resulted in an injury forcing an early substitution with Droopy being sent in. PSC unable to deal with the deep-lying Fetuwe midfielder sending dangerous crosses were found on the back foot as a ball over the defense had Babu making a second point-blank save. The resulting corner was however a disappointment for PSC as Babu managed to parry the ball back to the field of play with Fetuwe sending it to the back of the net, Doobiz a victim of failing in his defensive duties in marking his assigned player. 2-2 a high-scoring game but also one of many mistakes. The coach acting fast threw in Dele Mutua for Zlatan to bring in some energy in midfield with the substitution paying off immediately. Chubar and Rasco enjoyed a good one-two on the left-wing releasing Sisco who squared in the ball for Mutua who made no mistake with the goal mouth begging. 3-2. The tide had significantly shifted to PSC as Fetuwe made several substitutions to try to revive their momentum but Dele Mutua was proving a nuisance taking a short corner before securing a well-measured ball for Doobiz to claim his first goal with a header. Dele Mutua was proving the pass master with his well-measured cross. With PSC on the front foot, the game went to halftime. The coach eager to maintain the momentum threw in Lefty for Mitch as the strategy remained the same, see off the trip with a win. As the half began it was clear that Fetuwe were eager to spoil the power as their changed team applied fast attack raiding the defense and it only took them five minutes to breach the defense and get a goal. With 55 minutes on the clock, it would prove a hectic match as Fetuwe launched attack after attack with PSC struggling to take charge of the game and control it. PSC took the safest route subbing in Bassanga for the tired Ogochee to strengthen the defense as Izzoh was allowed to support the attack and get some goals. Brian Yego was also through in for the tired Doobiz who was enjoying himself after his goal. It was a fight for life as the fence of Bassanga, Kamdam, Lefty and Droopy looked to not only defend the attacks but also build from the back to contain the waves of attack. Mutua and Chubar also dropped deep to absorb the pressure and build the game as the team looked to see through the game. The strategy worked as the team was able to control the game more and work with counter-attacks releasing Izzoh and Sisco who were unlucky not to kill the game. If against Mombasa Sports Club the referee was the enemy, while against Bandari Wazee the sun was the enemy then against Fetuwe time was the enemy. The one-hour stipulated was done but the game continued, like regardless. Another 20 minutes but there was no hope of the game ever coming to an end as darkness continued forcing players to engage in dark arts as Kamdam displayed his diving and time-wasting skills lying on the floor. With no stretcher and anyone able to carry him off the pitch, he bought the team some time to catch a breather as the team engaged in rotational substitution to contain the pressure. Ogochee back in for Sisco and Doobiz for Rasco. As the time extended to 30 minutes after the initial 60 minutes, a counter-attacking move by Brian Yego and Ogochee saw Ogochee record his second of the day, taking his time to tune and curl his hand before slotting it to the back of the net. 5-3 an improved leverage against the host. With Kamdam on the ground for the umpteenth time, Sisco was thrown back in to see off the game in defense, but it was his deep run that found him in attack finally finding what he has been searching for putting the nail on the coffin as he scored the sixth goal. Unable to mount a comeback, the referee was forced to finish the match a very entertaining but long match. Two wins and a draw the team had performed great in representing Parklands in Mombasa showing the progress that the team has undergone over time.