Former Kenya Premier League side Zoo Kericho has withdrawn from second tier league National Super league.
Club chairman ken Ochieng announced that they are withdrawing from the league citing match-fixing and league manipulation mismanaged league among others.
Others are Kamungei, Kisumu All Stars, Mwatate United, Coastal Heroes and sports journalist, Francis Okello, who was also enjoined in the petition.
Currently Zoo are ranked eighth on the NSL table with 41 points managed from 27 matches.
APS Bomet topp the standings with 57 points from 29 matches. The league is set to enter round 32 next weekend.
On Saturday, the club boycotted their match against league leaders Administration Police Service-Bomet citing a vacuum in the management of football activities in the country.