Strathmore University Scorpions on Sunday began the second leg of the Kenya Hockey Union women’s National League with a 2-0 over Vikings at the City Park Stadium, Nairobi. Two first half goals by Kenya International Gilly Okumu gave the varsity side the win. It was sweet revenge for Scorpions who lost the reverse fixture 1-0. Scorpions coach Meshack Senge praised his charges for the victory, urging them to maintain consistency during the second half of the season.
USIU-A begun their title charge by a 6-0 pounding on Parklands at the Nairobi City Park yesterday in the KHU (Kenya Hockey Union) League season opener.
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By Sammy Lutta
Kamusinga has eliminated reigning East and Central Africa hockey champions to be crowned the inaugural Term 2A Nzoia region hockey champion at St. Anthony Kitale. Kamusinga goal keeper Isaac Oketch comfortably handled a Joab Malanda’s penalty to seal the national slot with a 4-3 victory over the host. This is after both side managed a 1-1 draw during the normal time of play.