The Kenya Hockey Union Premier League continues on Tuesday December 12, 2017, with a total six fixtures lined up in both men's and women's leagues.


Four matches will be played in the Men's Premier League, with league leaders Kenya Police, who registered a 2-1 win over Greensharks on Sunday taking on bottom placed Technical University of Kenya at noon. The match will then be followed by the one pitting Parklands Sports Club against Chase Sailors before KCA University take on Strathmore University at 15:00.

Bring the curtains down on Tuesday will be a clash between Sikh Union and Wazalendo at 18:00, with all matches slated for City Park Stadium.


In the Ladies Premier League, bottom of the pack University of Nairobi will be eyeing their maiden win of the season when they take on Strathmore University, a side that is currently fourth on the log and have lost only once in their last twelve fixtures. 

At 10:30, a mouthwatering clash between Chase Amira and league leaders Telkom looms as both sides seek to disrupt each other's rhythm.

Fifteen games into their campaign, Telkom still remain unbeaten and have only conceded two goals so far compared to 93 that they have scored. Amira on their part were held to a 1-1 draw by Vikings on Sunday and will be looking to get back to winning ways and probably end their opponent's unbeaten run.



Kenya Police 12:00 TUK    CITY PARK  

Parklands 13:30 Chase   CITY PARK  

KCAU 15:00 Strathmore      CITY PARK  

Sikh 17:00 Wazalendo     City Park


UON 09:00 Strathmore CITY PARK

Amira 10:30 Telkom CITY PARK



Chase Amira's plans of consolidating the second spot in the Kenya Hockey Union women's Premier League table were momentarily stalled by Vikings, who held them to a 1-1 draw in a match played on Sunday December 10, 2017 at the City Park Stadium.

In what was a largely 50-50 affair, Sarah Bonareri continued with her impressive goal-scoring record by taking Vikings ahead in the 18th minute with a field goal.

Amira's leading scorer Pauline Naise then squandered a chance to pull her team level seven minutes later, with Vikings' keeper Winnie Kiprop doing well to save the Kenyan international's penalty flick.

Yvonne Madowo ultimately equalized for Amira following a short corner later on but the Chase Bank-sponsored side will have themselves to blame for not recording a win despite a handful of clear chances that went down the drain.

Amira still move to second in the league standings on 34 points, level with third-placed Strathmore who have played two games less and have an inferior goal difference.

In Mombasa, Mombasa Sports Club finally recorded their first win of the season after overcoming fellow strugglers Multimedia University 3-1 on Sunday. 

The hosts took the lead in the 14th minute through Esther Mwikali's converted  penalty flick before Shirlen Nabifwo evened the scores for MMU eight minutes later. Goals from Emma Uchi and Margaret Akinyi were however enough to secure a victory for MSC.

They had a day earlier been held to a barren draw by a visiting University of Nairobi side.



Western Jaguars earned themselves a pole position to remain in top flight league following two crucial wins this weekend in the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) men’s Premier League.

On Saturday at the City Park Stadium, Jaguars kicked off their weekend with a 3-0 blanking of Sikh Union Nairobi. Goals from Adan Ayuku, Kevin Machindi and Brian Onditi gave the visitors the crucial win in the top-flight encounter.

They then came head-on with Strathmore University Gladiators at the same venue on Sunday, overcoming them 2-0 in an exciting clash.

Wayne Kipkorir opened account for Jaguars five minutes into the game after converting Willis Malesi's short corner to show result of the skillful runs and constant attacks that his side had been executing.

Strathmore then sought immediate response and an equalizer almost came  a minute later, but Jaguars’ shot stopper Gilbert Okanga did well to stop an effort from Festus Onyango.

In the 22nd minute,  Wayne Kipkorir once again showed his importance with his second goal of the day following nice exchange of passes with Mike Malungu. The Western-based side were able to hold on to their lead till the final whistle for a hard-fought victory.

The win takes Jaguars four places up the table standings to 9th with 27 points and are all but assured of a spot in next year's top flight hockey.

Police back to winning ways

League leaders Kenya Police recovered from their 1-0 defeat to Western Jaguars by seeing off Greensharks 2-1 at the City Park Stadium on Sunday December 10, 2017.

Greensharks drew first blood through the usual scorer Chris Wokila in the sixth minute, the Kenyan international finishing off a well-orchestrated move from their backline.

 Police however staged a perfect comeback to avoid a second successive defeat with goals from Amos Barkibir and Calvins Kanu handing them their 21st win of the season.

The victory takes their point tally to 64, 13 ahead of second placed Butali Sugar Warriors.

In other weekend matches, Nakuru condemned Parklands Sports Club to a 3-0 defeat on Saturday as Wazalendo Youth whitewashed bottom placed Karate Axiom 4-0 in a Pool B National Men's League match. 




The Kenya Hockey Union Women's Premier League continues this weekend where three matches have been scheduled between Saturday December 9 and Sunday December 10, 2017.

Twin matches for MSC

Mombasa Sports Club will be the busiest side this weekend with two matches against fellow strugglers lined up from them. Sitting second from bottom on the log with only four points, the team will be out for victories that can add on to their point tally.

On Saturday, they host bottom placed University of Nairobi at 15:00. Both sides are currently on a poor run, MSC having lost all of their last eight fixtures while UON remain winless in over fourteen games. The last meeting between these two teams back in May 2017 ended in a 1-1 draw.

MSC then returns to the same venue on Sunday where they have a date with Multimedia University, a side that is just above them on the league standings with seven points. MMU however head into the clash buoyed by a 1-0 victory over Vikings in their last league engagement. 

Amira eye second spot

In another match on Sunday, Chase Amira will be seeking to dethrone USIU-A off the second spot when they tackle Vikings at the City Park Stadium from 17:00. Amira, who are third with 33 points, have won all of their last four games and are unbeaten in their last seven. 

Vikings on the other hand have not recorded a win in their last four games, a result that has seen them drop to seventh place with 20 points from 17 matches. The most recent meeting between these two sides ended in a 2-0 win in favor of Chase Amira.



Saturday, December 9th

MSC 15:00 UON (Mombasa) 

Sunday, December 10th

MSC 09:00 MMU (Mombasa)

Amira 13:00 Vikings (City Park)



The Kenya Hockey Union Men's Premier League continues this weekend, with five matches scheduled for Saturday December 9 and Sunday December 10 across two venues.


Western Jaguars, who cut short Kenya Police's 21-match unbeaten run last Saturday, have a very important weekend ahead of them as they have two games to play in the two days.

On Saturday, the visit Sikh Union at the City Stadium from 16:00 before facing Strathmore a day later at the same venue from 11:00. Currently threatened by relegation, the six points at stake will be crucial to them as they might leap up to ninth place on the table standings with two victories. The Western-based side is third from bottom with 21 points from 19 matches.

Police, Parklands seek reply

League leaders Kenya Police will be in action on Sunday at 17:00 against Greensharks, with the law enforces eyeing an immediate response to last weekend's result which saw them surrender their 21-match unbeaten streak with a 1-0 loss to Western Jaguars. They however still comfortably command the table standings with 61 points, twelve more than second placed Butali Warriors.

Other matches of the weekend will see bottom-rocked Technical University hunt for their second win this season when they host Strathmore at City Park on Saturday while Parklands take on Nakuru away from home.

Below are all men's weekend matches:



Saturday, December 9th

TUK 14:00 Strathmore CITY PARK 

Sikh 16:00 Jaguars CITY PARK  

Sunday, December 10th

Nakuru 10:00 Parklands  NAKURU  

Strathmore 11:00 Jaguars CITY PARK  

Sharks 17:00 Kenya Police CITY PARK



Saturday, December 9th

Gorilla 12:00 Rovers CITY PARK  

Bay 15:00 Kimathi KISUMU  

Impala 18:00 Mvita CITY PARK  

Sunday, December 10th

Gorilla 09:00 Mvita CITY PARK  

Youngstars 09:00 Kimathi KISUMU  

Karate 15:00 Wazalendo Youth    CITY PARK



Western Jaguars captain Dan Kuya believes that last Saturday's win against league leaders Kenya Police has heightened the morale of the team as they seek to improve their performances in the Kenya Hockey Union Men's Premier League.

Morale booster

Dan scored the only goal of the match in the 45th minute via a penalty corner, a goal that ended Police's 21-match unbeaten streak this season hence slowing down their title march. 

``The win against Kenya Police is our best result so far and a very important one for us given that we are not doing so well in the league standings. But having beaten the leaders, I believe that we are capable of doing the same with other strong opponents,'' a happy Dan told KS.

Vital weekend

On their season targets, the captain insists on a top ten finish and has acknowledged that the two games they have this weekend will go a long way in shaping their table placing. Jaguars take on Sikh Union on Saturday December 9 at the City Park before clashing with USIU a day later at the same venue. If they win the two weekend fixtures, they might leap up to ninth place.

``We are really struggling to make it to the top ten. So basically what we want is to win the two weekend matches that we have so as to be in a better position to achieve that target.''

Home advantage

The Western-based side is currently third from last on the log standings with 21 points from 19 matches and are also in danger of relegation, sitting only one point above 14th placed Kenyatta University. To go up, the team has intensified training and are eyeing wins in all home matches.

``Our training system has changed and become more intense since Monday, which is good for all players and they have been very responsive to that.

``The other target is to use our home ground as an advantage and record victories in all the matches that are played here,'' he added.



Greensharks cut leaders' Kenya Police 15-point lead at the top of the table to twelve thanks to a 2-1 win over Wazalendo in a Kenya Hockey Union Men's Premier League match played on Sunday December 3, 2017 at the City Park Stadium.

Sharks were 1-0 up ten minutes into the match courtesy of Chris Wokila's penalty goal before Elly Mwanzia even the scores in the 34th minute to make the game level again. Sharks however had the last laugh, Chris Mchwanju netting the winning goal in the 44th minute to hand his side their 15th win of the season.

At the same venue, Butali Warriors continued with their impressive run in the second leg by scrapping off USIU Men 1-0., with Emmanuel Simiyu's 40th minute goal proving the sole difference in the tightly challenged clash. This was a continuation of Saturday's 2-1 victory over Strathmore Gladiators and the result means that Butali have won all six of their last league fixtures,  having lost only once in nine matches.

In Nakuru, hosts Nakuru leaped two places up in the league table after downing Chase Sailor 3-0. Eric, Caleb and Kelvin were all on target to ensure that their side moved from tenth to eight place on the log and they now have 26 points from 24 matches.




Chase Amira held tight to the third position of the league table thanks to a 3-0 win over Sliders in a Kenya Hockey Union Women's Premier League match played on Sunday December 3 at the City Park Stadium.


The Kenya Hockey Union Men's Leagues continue this weekend, with six matches scheduled for the Premier League while the National League have three lined up.


On Saturday, league leaders Kenya Police have a chance to further separate themselves from the rest of the pack when they visit Western Jaguars in Kakamega. The match expected to commence at 15:00 will be a repeat of a similar encounter in April where Police won 4-0. 

While the law enforcers are yet to lose any match this season, Jaguars have eight defeats to their name and lie second last on the table standings with only 18 points.

Getting the day underway at 11:00 will be a clash between Parklands Sports Club and Sikh Union, two sides that trail each other on the log. Sikh are seventh with 26 points and have lost two of their last games while Parklands come in eight with a victory being their last results.

Butali Warriros on their part will be seeking to make it five wins in five games when they take on Strathmore at City Park from 16:00. 


 In Sunday fixtures, Nakuru host Chase Sailors, Butali play their of the weekend against USIU while Wazalendo try to find the solution to their three-game winless run when they tackle second placed Greensharks.



Saturday, December 2nd

Parklands 14:00 Sikh (City Park)

Jaguars 15:00 K.Police ( Kakamega)

Strathmore 16:00 Butali (City Park)

Sunday, December 3rd

Nakuru 11:00 Chase (Nakuru)

Butali 15:00 USIU (City Park)

Wazalendo 16:00 Greensharks (City Park)



Saturday, December 2nd

UON 10:00 Kimathi (City Park)  

Daystar 12:00 Impala (City Park)

Kabarak 15:00 Bay (Kabarak)



Chase Amira and Strathmore University Ladies will be battling for the third position on the log standings, with both sides in action on Sunday December 3 in the Kenya Hockey Union Women's Premier League.

Amira vs Sliders

Chase Amira, who have been out of action since November 4, take on Sliders on Sunday at the City Park Hockey Stadium from 12:00.

Amira sit third on the log with 30 points, but might surrender the spot to Strathmore who also have the same number of points if they register nothing short of a win. They however head into the game at the heart of a six-game unbeaten streak, and will also look upon their 3-1 victory over Sliders back in July for motivation.

On their part, Sliders will be on the hunt for triumph on Sunday following two consecutive unsuccessful spells against Amira. The Felix Okoth coached side has also failed to record a win in their last two league fixtures, falling 3-0 to league leaders Telkom before being forced to a 2-2 by Vikings a fortnight ago. They are currently sixth on the table standings with 21 points from 15 games.

Vikings vs Strath

Strathmore ladies take to the pitch at 13:30 for a date with Vikings, with the students eyeing a win to move up the standings to third at the expense of Chase Amira.

They will also be seeking to get back to winning ways following their narrow 3-2 loss to leaders Telkom two weeks ago, a result that scrapped off their ten-match unbeaten streak.

They will however not have it easy against Vikings, who are also hungry for a win to re-discover the right path of their league campaign. The team has not been on the victory list of late, having lost three of their last six fixtures where they have only won once.


PREMIER LEAGUE WOMEN weekend fixtures

Chase Amira 12:00 Sliders (City Park)

Vikings 13:30 Strathmore (City Park)





The Technical University squandered a golden chance to claim their second win of the season giving in their two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Wazalendo in a Kenya Hockey Union Men's Premier League match played on Wednesday evening at the City Park Stadium.

TUK, who went into the match at the heart of a twelve-match winless run, took the lead 13 minutes into the match through skipper  Moses Obushuru's strike, their first goal since October 18th. Leonard Marwa  then doubled the lead just past the half hour mark in what was proving to be a good evening for the students.

A lapse in concentration two minutes later however halved their scores, Job Omondi pulling one back for Wazalendo with a wonderful shot that caught TUK's keeper unawares. Elly Mwanzi made it 2-2 in the 39th minute and despite visitors pushing out for a winner, they were unable to get one and had to settle for a point.

The draw takes Wazalendo's point tally to 36, maintaining fifth spot on the table standings while TUK remain rock bottom with only seven points.

Up next for Wazalendo is a clash against Greensharks on Sunday December 3 while TUK take on Strathmore a week later.



One match in the Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League will be played on Wednesday November 29, Wazalendo taking on Technical University at the City Park Hockey Stadium from 18:00.


Following two successive defeats, Wazalendo head into the match hungry for a win that will get them back to their feet as they seek to catch up with the four teams that are already ahead of them.

The Evans Bwogando coached side received a 4-1 thrashing by Strathmore before going down 4-3 to Parkroad Badgers in a tightly contested affair a week later.

The team is currently fifth on the log standings with 35 points from 20 games, three points adrift of USIU-A Men who occupy fourth spot with 38 points.

They has so far managed to accrue ten wins, five draws and five losses.


Technical University head into the game at the heart of a seven-game winless streak and will be hoping to give Wazalendo a run for their time.

Having only tasted one win this season, TUK have lost 17 matches, the most of any team this campaign and hence lie at the bottom of the league table with only six points.

Head-to head

The two sides have met once this year, with Wazalendo bagging three points thanks to a 2-0 win back in April 2017.



Parkroad Badgers finally got back to winning ways on Sunday November 26 following a 4-3 win over Wazalendo in an enticing match played at the City Pak Stadium.

Parkroad, who had lost all three of their previous games, fell behind five minutes into the match after Kennedy Munialolo scored for Wazalendo. Parkroad equalized four minutes later through Andrew Kamau but found themselves trailing again in the 22nd minute, Kennedy scoring his second goal of the afternoon for Wazalendo. 

Andrew however proved once again came to the rescue for Parkroad with a quick brace that took his side leading for the first time and as a result secured him a hat-trick. 

Although Joab Malanda leveled the scores for Wazalendo in the 36th minute, Brian Shilton's 54th minute effort grabbed the victory for Parkroad in the tightly contested match. 

The result takes Parkroad to 6th place on the log standings with 32 points while Wazalendo remain fifth with 35 points. 

Police march on

On Saturday, Kenya Police took their lead at the top of the men's table to 61 points following a narrow 1-0 win over a resilient USIU side. Skipper Oliver Echenje's goal in the 36th minute secured the vital win for the law enforcers to extend their unbeaten streak to 21 this season.

Sailors end woeful run

Chase Sailors were also on the winning end on Saturday, overcoming Sikh Union 2-1 to record their first win in five matches. Nixon and Douglas found the back of the net for Sailors while Inderjit scored the consolation goal for Sikh Union.



League leaders Telkom Orange added spice to their impressive 2017 season with a comfortable  6-0 drubbing of United States International University of Africa (USIU-A) Spartans in a Kenya Hockey Union women's Premier League match played on Sunday November 26 at the City Park Stadium.

In the opening minutes, USIU looked like the better opponents with a majority share of possession and good passing skills around the watery turf as they sought to break their opponents' defense as early as possible.

As time slowly went by, Telkom found rhythm and started displaying their usual commanding play, with Barbara Simiyu opening account for them in the 20th minute before Flavia Mutiva adding a second one nine minutes later.

The two goals seemed to have demoralized USIU whose attacks were foiled from as far as the midfield area, with all hits pointing to their goalpost. 

 In the 40th minute, Audrey Omaido tripled the lead for Telkom with a well-taken strike and in what quickly turned from a balanced affair to an onslaught, Jane Ofula added herself into the score sheet with a goal in the 42nd minute before Jackie Mwangi's quick brace sealed the 6-0 victory for the reigning champions.

MMU Down Vikings

In an earlier match at the same venue, Multimedia University bagged their second win of the season following a shock 3-1 win over Vikings.

MMU, who had on Saturday held University of Nairobi to a 1-1 draw, got the lead in the 7th minute through Rachel Nduta before Winnie Wanyoike doubled it eight minutes later. 

Vikings sought to get back into the game and Sarah Bonareri surely initiated that with a goal in the 45th minute but Winnie sealed her brace in the hour mark to put the match beyond Vikings.

The win takes MMU's point tally to seven, placing them tenth on the overall league standings.







Hockey action in the country continues this weekend, with several teams from the men's Premier League, Ladies Premier League and men's National League scheduled to play in different venues.


In the men's Premier League, leaders Kenya Police will be seeking to extend their stay at the summit when they come up against USIU-A on Saturday at the City Park Stadium from 18:00. USIU will however not be an easy side given the fact that they have not lost any of their last four games.

There will be an earlier fixture pitting a struggling Chase Sailors side against Sikh Union at the same venue from 14:00. 


In the Ladies category, a mouth watering clash is up on Sunday when the two top sides, Telkom and USIU clash at 11:00. While Telkom sit at the top of the log with 42 points, USIU are second with 34 but have played a game less. The leaders however tower high over their opponents in terms of statistics, having beaten them 6-1 back in August 2016 before humbling  them 10-0 in March this year.

Vikings will also be in action on Sunday against Multimedia University as they seek to get back to winning ways. Their latest result was a 2-2 draw against Sliders which put them in position seven with 20m points. Mulitmedia on the other hand have lost all five of their last fixtures and lie second last with only three points.


Saturday, November 25th

Chase 14:00 Sikh CITY PARK  

USIU 18:00 Kenya Police CITY PARK  

Sunday, November 26th

Nakuru 09:00 KCAU NAKURU  

Wazalendo15:00ParkroadCITY PARK

Parklands 17:00 USIU CITY PARK


Saturday, November 25th

Gorilla 14:00 Impala CITY PARK  

Mvita 15:00 MSC MOMBASA  

Sunday, November 26th

P.Tigers 13:00 W.Masters CITY PARK


Saturday, November 25th


Sunday, November 26th

MMU 09:00 Vikings CITY PARK  

Telkom 11:00 USIU CITY PARK




In a match that ended prematurely due to a power blackout, Greensharks propelled themselves to second place in the table standings following a 2-0 win over Chase Sailors in a Kenya Hockey Union men's premier league match on Wednesday November 22 at the City Park Hockey Stadium.

Sharks bagged the important victory courtesy of goals by Chris Wokila and Dave Kibe's penalty stroke, which extended their dominance over the struggling Sailors side.

 The match was however not played till the final whistle due to a rare blackout at the stadium with slightly two minutes left on the clock, prompting both sides to mutually agree on ending the game.

The win takes them to second place with 46 points at the expense of Butali Warriors who as a result slide to third. The result is on the other hand a growing worry for Sailors, who have not recorded a win in their last four matches.



On Wednesday November 22 at 18:00, Greensharks take on Chase Sailors in a Kenya Hockey Union Men's Premier League match at the City Park Hockey Stadium.

For both sides, the three points at stake are very important as they will surely have an impact in the overall look of the table standings.

Greensharks, who are currently third on the log with 43 points, go into the game well informed that a victory will see them hop up to second place at the expense of Butali Warriors. 

Sailors on their part will be even more hungrier given that they have not picked out even a single win in their last three fixtures. T

hey suffered a 3-1 loss in the hands of KCA University before being forced to a barren draw by USIU and most recently surrendered 3-0 to Butali Warriors on Sunday. 

The dip in form sees them sit tenth on the table standings with 22 points from the same number of games.

In terms of head-to head, Greensharks command the better share of points, having won 4-1 in one match in the two meetings while the other ended in a 3-3 draw.



Sliders tactician Felix Okoth has lamented on his side's number of wasted chances, stating that that is the sole reason why they were forced to a 2-2 draw by Vikings on Sunday November 19 at the City Park Stadium.

Charity Miller had taken Sliders ahead in the 12th minute but her goal was cancelled out by Grace Onimbo's strike fourteen minutes. Aurelia then took Vikings up for the first time in the match in 42nd minute and just as the game seemed to be going to their direction, Slider's substitute Christine Mmbone stroke late on to rescue atleast a point for her team. 

The match was however largely dominated by Sliders, who unfortunately failed to convert most of the chances they got even from close range.

``This match has been different from the last one because our energy at some point went low despite having lots of chances to convert and get a win. So I personally believe that we have room for improvement and we will definitely have a different approach to the next matches,'' said Okoth.

Up next for Sliders, who are currently sixth on the log with 21 points, is a match against Chase Amira on Sunday December 3, 2017 at the City Park Stadium.




In about one year one from now, works of face-lifting the City Park Hockey Stadium will take place to replace the worn out turf, with popular company Greenfields likely to oversee the long awaited job.


Butali Sugar Warriors kept their title hopes alive this weekend with two precious victories in the Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League.

After humbling Nairobi Sikh Union 3-1 at the City Park on Saturday November 18, Butali continued with their impressive second leg displays with a 3-0 win over Chase Sailors at the same venue. Emmanuel Simiyu struck two quick goals in the 7th  and 11th minute respectively before Arif Shah's 29th minute effort gave the lakeside club three points and three goals.

The match was then followed by the one pitting league leaders Kenya Police against Parkroad Badgers where the law enforces strode to a comfortable 4-0 win.

Samuel Wokila, Amos Barkibir, Moses Cheplaiti and Calvins Kanu were all on target for the hosts in the victory which took their point tally to 58 from 20 games. They now leave second placed Butali Warriors with thirteen points, though the latter has played a game less.

In other matches, Nakuru Sports Club settled to a barren draw with bottom placed Technical University on Saturday as Bay Club suffered two straight defeats in the hands of Multimedia University and Wazalendo Youth.




There were two Kenya Hockey Union Premier League matches played this weekend at the City Park Stadium, with Vikings forcing Sliders to a 2-2 draw as league leaders Telkom Orange held on firmly to secure a 3-2 win over a tactical Strathmore University side.

Telkom vs Strathmore

Despite leading 3-0, Telkom Orange had to hold on strong in the dying minutes as Strathmore, who had returned two goals, fought hard to find an equalizer but were unlucky to get one.

Telkom had gone into the match with a record of victories in all their opening 13 matches which they had not conceded even a single goal and looked on course to make light work of the Students, Jacqueline Mwangi opening account for them in the 7th minute after she had been spotted by Lilian Aura from long range.

Following the goal, the match's pace then slowed down as both sides sought to cut out the opposite's possession and passes especially on both wings, Gilly Okumu proving a constant nightmare to the Telkom defense with her beautiful runs and pace.

Barbara Simiyu however doubled the lead for the leaders in the 26th minute, smashing the ball into the net after being teed up by teammate Glen Namajole who had foiled Scorpions' pass in their own half.

Barely ten minutes later, Telkom were 3-0 up courtesy of Barbara Simiyu's second goal that opened a healthy lead for her side as the match went into the break.

On resumption, it was all a Strathmore affair as the Students sought to offer replies and were rewarded in the 44th minute, Okumu's shot hitting the post to find Dennise Bila who hurriedly slotted in amid an increasing Telkom defense. The goal was the first for Telkom to concede since 24th July 2016.

Barbra Atigo then further reduced the deficit eight minutes later with a goal that set up an exciting finish to the encounter. Luck was however not on the hosts' side as they failed to notch an equalizer despite frantic efforts, with the match ending 3-2 in favor of Telkom.

Vikings vs Sliders

In an earlier match at the same venue, Sliders and Vikings played out 2-2 draw in a match that was largely a balanced affair.

Charity Miller took Sliders ahead in the 12th minute but her goal was cancelled out by Grace Onimbo's strike fourteen minutes. Aurelia then took Vikings up for the first time in the match in 42nd minute and just as the game seemed to be going to their direction, Slider's substitute Christine Mmbone stroke late on to force a 2-2 draw between the two sides. 



Below are all weekend’s matches for the Kenya Hockey Union Premier League men, National League men and Premier League women:

Premier League Men

Saturday, November 18th

KU 14:00 KCAU CITY PARK (No assurances that it will be played, owing to the indefinite closure of Kenyatta University)

Jaguars 15:00 Waza KAKAMEGA

Butali 16:00 Sikh CITY PARK

Sunday, November 19th

Nakuru 09:00 TUK NAKURU

Butali 15:00 Chase CITY PARK

K.Police 17:00 Parkroad CITY PARK

National League Men

Saturday, November 18th


Kabarak 14:00 Karate KABARAK

Youngstars 15:00 W.Youth KISUMU

Rovers 18:00 MSA West CITY PARK

Sunday, November 19th

Daystar 09:00 MSA West CITY PARK

Bay 09:00 W.Youth KISUMU

Premier League Women

Saturday, November 18th

KU 10:00 UON CITY PARK (No assurance that it will be played, owing to the indefinite closure of Kenyatta University)

Sunday, November 19th

Vikings 11:00 Sliders CITY PARK

Strathmore 13:00 Telkom CITY PARK



Parkroad Badgers digested their second successive defeat in the Kenya Hockey Union Men’s Premier League on Wednesday November 15 following a 2-0 humbling by Butali Warriors at the City Park Stadium.

Parkroad, who came into the match at the back of a similar loss to Green sharks a fortnight ago, fell behind at the half hour mark through veteran Saidi Okwemba’s strike which put Butali 1-0 up.

Derrick Kuloba then put the game beyond reach for Parkroad in the 49th minute with a strike that doubled his team’s lead to hand them a 2-0 victory.

The win takes Butali to third place in the table standings with 39 points, four adrift of second placed Greensharks who have played five games more.

Meanwhile Parkroad, who have conceded 29 goals so far, remain 7th with 29 points.



Sunday hockey action took us to the City Park Stadium, where Kenyatta University were taking on Western Jaguars in a Kenya Hockey Union men's league match.


The Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League continued this weekend where a total of five matches took place, with four of them ending in positive results while one reproduced a draw.

Jaguars with mixed results

It was a weekend of mixed results for contrasting results for Western Jaguars, who went down 3-0 to Greensharks on Saturday before beating Kenyatta University Vultures 2-1 on Sunday at the City Park Stadium.

A brace from Chris Wokila added onto Kevin Simiyu's 9th minute goal to hand second placed Greensharks their 13th win of the season which improved their point tally to 43.

Jaguars then sought a reply a day later against K.U and Willis Malusi surely got them started with a goal in the 14th minute which took them 1-0 up. They were however forced into defense as K.U launched attacks on them on several occasions but were not clinical to find the back of the net.

The students however got the equalizer through Saul Maina on 43 minutes to take the  game back level. With the match seemingly headed for a draw, Ian Baron navigated his way past a couple of opponents to smash home the winner with five minute left to play, much t the excitement of Jaguars' bench.

Police, Sikh record wins

Kenya Police meanwhile maintained their unbeaten start to the season with a compelling 2-0 win over Nakuru away at the Greensteds grounds, Nakuru on Saturday. The league leaders now leave second placed Jaguars with a cool nine points, having played four games fewer.

After losing two straight matches, Sikh Union finally breathed a sigh of relief with a hard earned 3-2 victory over Strathmore, who had edged Parklands SC 2-0 on Saturday. 

KCA University also bragged of a win after sailing past TUK in a 2-0 win. The match between Chase Sailors and USIU Men ended in a barren draw.

Full results

Sunday, November 12th 

Chase 0-0 USIU  

TUK 0-2 KCAU  


Sikh 3-2 Strathmore

Saturday, November 11th

Parklands 0-2 Strathmore




This weekend saw three league matches played in the Kenya Hockey Union women's Premier League, with Strathmore, USIU and leaders Telkom all recording victories in their respective assignments.

Telkom go five points clear

Champions Telkom went five point clear at the summit of the Kenya Hockey Union women's Premier League table following a 3-0 win over a stubborn  Sliders side on Sunday November 12 at the City Park Stadium, Nairobi..

Sliders, who headed into the match at the back of three consecutive victories, sought to contain the league leaders right from the start but fell short six minutes into the game when Georgina Lumumba opened account for the hosts with a well taken strike from the edge which went past keeper Catherine Opicha.

The game then turned into a balanced affair as both sides foiled each other's moves especially on the wings. Telkom however got the better of their opponents once again, Terry Juma smashing home her team's second with only seconds left in the third quarter.

Lillian Aura then sealed the victory in the 49th minute after capitalizing on Sliders' defensive errors to put the ball into the net for a 3-0 lead.

The win takes Telkom's point tally to 39, five more than second placed USIU Ladies. Sliders meanwhile remain sixth with 20 points from 14 games.

Scorpions, USIU also victorious

On Saturday, USIU had edged closer to Telkom after overcoming Vikings 2-0 at the City Park Stadium, which was 11th win of the season. Rhoda Kuira's goal in the 30th minute and another one from Sandra Vodoti twelve minutes later gave the students the precious win.

On the same day, Strathmore were also on the winning end, humbling JKUAT 5-0 at the same venue.

Kenya internationals Gilly Okumu and Carol Njoki each bagged a brace with Diana Akinyi adding herself on the score sheet to complete the 5-0 rout. The result takes them to position four on the table with 30 points while JKUAT stagnate in 5th with 25 points.



Eight Premier League Women teams will be in action this weekend as four fixtures go down, with league leaders Telkom seeking to extend their fine unbeaten run to 13 games when they face Sliders in the only match on Sunday November 12, 2017 at the City Park Hockey Stadium.

Sliders have been recording contrasting results, but have only lost once in their last four games and will be in the hunt for their seventh win of the season in the match that kicks off at 11:00.

On Saturday, there will be an all-student clash between JKUAT and Strathmore at City Park from 10:00, which will be followed by a fixture between USIU Ladies and Vikings from 14:00. Strathmore are fourth on the log with 27 points from twelve games while JKUAT trail them in 5th position with 25 points, having played thrree games more.


Saturday, November 11th

JKUAT 10:00 Strathmore CITY PARK  

USIU 14:00 Vikings CITY PARK  


Sunday, November 12th

Sliders 11:00 Telkom CITY PARK




Hockey action in the country continues this weekend, with a total of nine matches in the men's category scheduled to be played on Saturday November 11 and Sunday November 12 in different venues.

Of the nine matches, seven will be in the Premier League men's category while two will be in the national league category. 

 In the Premier League, table leaders Kenya Police will be seeking to further extend their lead at the summit when they visit Nakuru Hockey Club on Saturday from 14:00. A 3-1 win over KCA University was the last result that Police recorded, while Nakuru, who are tenth on the table, lost 4-1 to Butali Warriors.

Parklands on their part host Strathmore at the city Park from 16:00 while Sharks take on Jaguars at the same venue from 18:00. Strathmore will then play their second match of the weekend against the wounded Sikh Union on Sunday, in one of the four matches set for that day.

In the national league, seventh placed Wazalendo Youth tackle Kimathi University in a Pool B match at the City Park on Saturday from 12:00 while Kabarak will go hunting for their first win when they clash with JKUAT a day later at the same venue.



Saturday, November 11th

Nakuru 14:00 K.Police   NAKURU  

Parklands 16:00 Strathmore CITY PARK  

Sharks 18:00 Jaguars CITY PARK  

Sunday, November 12th

KU 09:00 Jaguars CITY PARK  

Chase  13:00 USIU CITY PARK 


Sikh 17:00 Strathmore CITY PARK


Saturday, November 11th

Kimathi 12:00 W.Youth CITY PARK  

Sunday, November 12th

Kabarak 12:00 JKUAT KABARAK



A brace from Brian Kiplimo Batesh is all USIU-A needed to trounce Sikh Union Nairobi 2-1 in a men's Hockey Premier League Match played at the City Park Stadium on Wednesday November 8, a result that saw them move two places up in the table standings.


Despite losing one of their two matches over the weekend, Butali Sugar moved to third place in the table standings of the Kenya Hockey Union Men's Premier League following a 4-1 victory over Nakuru at the City Park Stadium on Sunday.

Butali had on Saturday suffered a 3-1 loss in the hands of second placed Green sharks at the same venue.

Following the loss, Butali made a change in the goalpost on Sunday by replacing Pius Ratori with Joseph Osino, who displayed some good performances in the match.

Seth opened account for the hosts in the 5th minute before Emmanuel Okubasu's low finish doubled their lead. Nakuru pulled on back through David Pewa in the 45th minute but were sunk further down by goals from international captain Maxwell Fuchaka and Zack Aura.

This was the first win for Butali in the second leg.

In the other match of the weekend, Strathmore University Gladiators thrashed Wazalendo 4-0 on Sunday, with leaders Kenya Police registering a 4-0 win over KCA on Saturday. Nakuru had earlier dispatched Kenyatta University 3-1.


Weekend results


Sunday, November 5th

Strath 4-0 Waza  

Butali 4-1 Nakuru  

Saturday, November 4th

KU 1-3 Nakuru  

KCAU 0-4 K.Police  





Defending champions Telkom ensured that they unbeaten run remains intact on Sunday after hammering  Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) 5-0 in a Kenya Hockey Union women's Premier League match at the City Park Stadium, Nairobi.

Barbara Simiyu's goal sandwiched between  Jackline Mwangi's brace gave Telkom a 3-0 lead before Maureen Okumu and Lilian Aura scored in the 36th  and 39th minute respectively to complete the 5-0 win. The victory took the team's point tally to 36, five ahead of second placed USIU.

Struggling Mombasa Sports Club

Mombasa Sports Club Women had a weekend to forget, losing two consecutive matches with a 5-0 margin at the City Park to stagnate at 9th place in the table.

On Saturday, they fell 5-0 to third placed Amira Sailors, who have not lost any of their last five fixtures. A brace from the lethal Pauline Naise and goals from Madowo, Susan and Harriet preserved the convincing win for Amira and whose point tally currently stands at 30, just one shy of second placed USIU.

The Coastal based club was handed another 5-0 defeat on Sunday, this time by Strathmore University Scorpions who leaped to fourth place. The students got the deserved victory courtesy of goals from Winnie Ingati (2), Gilly Okumu, Denise Odongo and captain Yvonne Karanja.

Weekend results

Sunday, November 5th

JKUAT 0-5 Telkom  

Strath 5-0 MSC  

Saturday, November 4th

Amira 5-0 MSC




The Kenya women hockey national team put aside their dreadful start to the 2017 Hockey Africa Cup of Nations with a 1-0 win over Nigeria on Wednesday October 25 at the Suez Canal Authority Hockey Stadium in Egypt.

The lone goal scored by Amira's Pauline Naise Amutebi in the 59th minute was enough give Kenya its first victory in the tournament which propelled them to third place in the table standings. They currently have three points behind South Afica and Ghana who have six points each.

Up next for Kenya is a match against hosts Egypt on Saturday October 28.

Other matches

In another clash on Wednesday, Ghana walloped Egypt 6-0 for their second win in as many games.

Braces from Vivian Narkuor and Nafisatu Umaru plus goals by Elizabeth Opoku and Emelia Fosuaa secured the huge win for Ghana.

They will now fight for the top position with South Africa when the clash on Saturday October 28 at the same venue.



After losing two consecutive matches, the Kenya national men's hockey time finally managed to record their first win in the ongoing Hockey Africa Cup of Nations, edging Nigeria 2-1 in a match played on Wednesday October 25 at the Suez Canal Authority Hockey Stadium.

Nigeria were first to get into the score sheet courtesy of Michael John's goal in the 39th minute. The lead would however last only three minutes as Festus Onyango drew the teams level in the 43rd minute.

Thirteen minutes later, Constant Wakhura scored his first goal in the tournament to hand Kenya their first win in the tournament.

The team had earlier fallen to Ghana (3-0) and Egypt (4-1) on Sunday and Monday respectively.

The Meshack Senge led side are now fourth in the table standings with three points and will play against leaders South Africa on Saturday October 28 to see if they can atleast settle for a bronze.


Kenya's hopes of qualifying for the 2018 Hockey World Cup have received further denting after the men's and women's teams registered their second successive losses on Tuesday October 23 in the ongoing Hockey African Cup for Nations in Egypt.

Ladies lose to rivals Ghana

Ghana condemned Kenya to their second straight loss after coming from behind to edge them 2-1 in a match played in the morning. Telkom midfielder Caroline Guchu Wangeci had given Kenya the lead with a goal in the 29th minute to justify their majority share of possession.

 Serwaa Boakye however leveled matters in the 51st minute before country mate  Nafisatu Umaru adding the second just three minutes later to seal a 2-1 triumph for Ghana.

The win takes Ghana to second in the table standings behind South Africa who humiliated Nigeria 5-0 on the same day. Kenya meanwhile occupy the last place after failing to garner even a single point in their first two matches.

The Kenyan participants will hunt for their first win on Wednesday October 25 when they face Nigeria. They will then clash with hosts Egypt on Saturday October 28 for their final group match.

Men Fall to hosts Egypt

The men's 3-0 loss to Ghana on Sunday was followed by a 4-1 defeat against hosts Egypt.

Ahmed Elnaggar opened account for Egypt in the 2nd minute before Amr Elhady doubling the lead two minutes later.  Houssam Ghobran made it three in the 50th minute prior to George Mutira grabbing a consolation for Kenya with an incredible solo effort in the 52nd minute. 

Ahmed Ghamal's strike two minutes later sealed off a comfortable 4-1 win for Egypt which takes them top of the group table with six points, three more than second placed South Africa who have played a game less. 

Kenya's next match will be on Wednesday October 25 when they take on  Nigeria before summing up their group matches with a game against rivals South Africa on Satursday October 28.

Monday Results


South Africa 8–1 Nigeria

Egypt  4–1 Kenya


South Africa 5–0 Nigeria

Kenya 1–2 Ghana






Kenya's men and women's national hockey teams kicked off their campaign in the 2017 Hockey African Cup for Nations in undesirable fashion after losing 3-0 (Men) and 5-0 (women) to Ghana and South Africa respectively on Sunday October 22 in Egypt.


The men fell behind after just four minutes, with Ghana's Damalie his side the lead before Akaba made it two in the 33rd minute. Akuamoah-Boateng then scored twelve minutes later to wrap up a 3-0 victory for his side.

They now shift focus to Monday's match against Egypt which will be followed by duels against Nigeria and South Africa 


In the women's category, South Africa continued their dominance over Kenya with a huge 5-0 that shot them to the top of the table, two points  ahead of second placed Egypt and third placed Nigeria who are second and third respectively with a point each.

Kenya will now search for their first win on October 23 against Ghana beofre summing up their group matches against Nigeria, Zambia and Egypt.

Day One results


Ghana 3-0 Kenya

Egypt 13-1 Nigeria


Nigeria 1-1 Egypt

Kenya 0-5 South Africa



National women hockey team captain Lillian Aura has stated that they have collectively  set a target of qualifying for the World Cup when they participate in the Africa Cup of Nation championship which kicks off on Sunday in Ismailia, Egypt.

``The training has been tough because we always came early and left at 8pm and get home late after undergoing intense physical and technical work. But it is good because it has made us very ready for the tournament,'' she said.

``We want to stick to our game plan, work towards our strengths and also try countering what our opponents bring to the table. So the idea is to stick to what we have been working on and stay disciplined with a lot of team work. 

``Our main target is to qualify for the World Cup. We have a good team of players and with teawork, we are going to do everything we can to meet our target, added the captain.

The week-long competition, which has brought six nations, will also act as a 2018 World Cup qualifier. The winning men and women's teams will represent the continent at next year's global showpiece in India (men) and UK (women).

The women face a daunting task on Sunday when they take on defending champions South Africa, who have already qualified for the World Cup after finishing fifth in the World League Series in August. They will then face arch-rivals Ghana in their second matchbe fore following it up with fixtures against  Nigeria, Zambia and Egypt.




Onyango Cynthia (Telkom)

Kerubo Rachel (Amira Chase)


Owuor Rachel Ousa (Telkom)

Mutiva Flavia Mmogi (Telkom)

Muragu Jane Wanjiru (Strathmore)

Ngombo Elizabeth Kwekwe (Strathmore)

Teresa nyekesa Juma (Telkom)


Aura Lilian Felesya (Telkom) – Captain

Vondoti Sandra Ingumba ( USIU)

Karanja Tracy Nungari (Telkom)

Guchu Caroline Wangeci (Telkom)

Njogu Rachael Wangui (USIU)

Karanja Yvonne Wanjiku (Strathmore)


Amutebi Pauline Naise (Amira Chase)

Okumu Maureen Arinda (Telkom)

Omaido Audrey Amooh (Telkom)

Kuira Rhoda Nyambura (USIU)

Okumu Gilly Okumu (Strathmore)



Ahead of the Africa Cup of Nation championship which kicks off on Sunday in Ismailia, Egypt, National hockey team coach and captain are confident of recording good results and even coming back with the top medal.

Speaking to KS, mens' coach Meshack Senge  stated that his side has adequaletly prepared for the tournament and will be going for the gold medal.

``We have had a fourteen-week training period in which we had a very comprehensive programme to see us qualify for the World Cup and the boys have responded very well to training.

``The team has seven new call ups but they are not very new players because they have previously trained with the national team but did not make the cut. So there is a very good understanding between them and the regulars which we have enhanced by working on things like team cohesion,'' he commented on the new additions.

``We have set out targets in two sets; Our first target is to qualify for the finals and our second is to win the gold. So we will first work to qualifying for the finals and then fight for the gold.''

Speaking on the assistance that the Federation has accorded them, Senge reiterated that they have been given maximum support to enable them head to Egypt without much issues.

``We are here because of the Federation. It has facilitated us in all that we asked and we understand where we are in terms of the Federation. So the fact that we are going means that someone has done his job in the Federation and I want to commend the for that.''

On his part, team captain Maxwell Fuchaka also affirmed on the need to bag gold and called on his teammates not to be afraid of facing different countries.

``The mood is superb; we are just waiting for the tournament. We have been training for the last five months and despite playing for different team in the league, everyone has gelled together and understood the style of play.

``We have tried helping them realize our objectives and explained to them that even the hockey being played outside there is just the same as the way we do.

``We are definitely going for gold. It will not just be a trip outside the country,'' he finished.

The men’s team start their campaign against Ghana on Sunday October 22.





The Kenya Hockey Leagues continue this weekend, with a total of twelve matches lined up in different venues across the country.

Premier Men

On Saturday, USIU-A will be seeking to bounce from their 3-1 loss to Wazalendo on Sunday when they face Technical University at the City Park from 16:00. The match will then be followed by a clash between Wazalendo and Nakuru at the same venue.Western Jaguars, who lost to Parklands last weekend host Chase Sailors in Kakamega.

Premier Ladies

Telkom have a chance to further cement their lead at the top of the table when they entertain Vikings at the City Park from 14:00, with Multimedia University clashing with fellow learners USIU Ladies in an early kick off fixture.

Below is a list of this weekend's fixtures 


Saturday September 16

Multimedia University vs USIU Ladies 10:00am City Park (Premier Ladies)

JKUAT Men vs Wazalendo Youth 12:00pm City Park (National B)

Telkom vs Vikings 2:00pm City Park (Premier Ladies)

Technical University vs USIU-A Men 4:00pm City Park (Premier Men)

Wazalendo vs Nakuru 6:00pm City Park (Premier Men)

Western Jaguars vs Chase Sailors 3:00pm Kakamega (Premier Men)

Mvita vs Daystar University 3:00pm Mombasa (National A)

Sunday September 17

Nairobi Sikh Union vs Nakuru 09:00am City Park (Premier Men)

Karate Axiom vs UoN Men 11:00am City Park (National B)

Kenyatta University vs Greensharks 01:00pm City Park (Premier Men)

Impala vs Wazalendo Masters 03:00pm City Park (National A)

Parkroad Badgers vs KCA-U 05:00pm City Park (Premier Men)



Butali Sugar Warriors lost a chance to close the gap between them and league leaders Kenya Police after being held to a 1-1 draw by Parklands in the Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League on Sunday July 23.

Parklands were first to score through striker Allan Odongo but Maxwell Fuachaka leveled for Butali minutes later in which was the last goal of the match as the two teams ended 1-1 after the final whistle.

Another draw was also experienced in Kakamega between Nairobi Sikh Union and hosts Western Jaguars. The match which was played on Sunday July 23 produced no goals and both team had to contend with a 0-0 draw in full time.

In other matches, Nakuru thrashed Kenyatta University 2-0 while Western Jaguars also recorded a 2-0 win over KCA University.


Butali Warriors 1-1 Parklands

Sikh Union 0-0 Jaguars

Nakuru 2-0 KU

Jaguars 2-0 KCAU

National Men:

Dedan Kimathi Unversity 3-2 Wazalendo Youth

Mvita XI 1-0 Parkroad Tigers

Dedan Kimathi University 2-0 JKUAT

Mvita XI 5-0 Daystar University



Defending champions Telkom finished the first leg of the Kenya Hockey Union women’s Premier League with a perfect record after humiliating Kenyatta University Titans 9-0 on Saturday July 22 at the City Park Stadium.

Telkom, who had won nine of their last matches, moved five points clear of second-placed USIU who currently have 25 points.

Audrey Omaido finished the match with a hat-trick to take her season's goal tally to 18 while Jackline Mwangi and Betsy Omalla each bagged a brace. With a goal each, Maureen Okumu and Lillian Aura summed up the 9-0 riot over the students to cap off an excellent first leg for Telkom.

USIU Reclaim Second Spot

United States International University of Africa (USIU-A) Spartans also recorded a huge win on Sunday July 23, thrashing UoN 6-0 to reclaim the second spot of the women’s Premier League table.

Rhoda Kuira and Sheila Nnazi each scored a brace while Acriphyna Mosoi and skipper Beatrice Mbugua added one each to take their point tally to 25 with the emphatic win.

Amira Overpower Sliders

In another match on Sunday, goals from Leah Omwadho, Yvette Kanyandong and Pauline Naise inspired Amira to a 3-1 win over Sliders at the City Park. Charity Miller's consolation goal for Sliders in the 48th minute could not however stir her team to a comeback. 


Telkom 9-0 KU Titans

USIU-A 6-0 UoN

Amira 3-1 Sliders




The Kenya Hockey leagues continue this weekend with twelve matches lined up. Six matches will be played on Saturday July 22, 2017 while the other six take place on Sunday July 23.

Women's league champions Telkom will be eyeing a perfect finish to the first leg when they host Kenyatta University Titans on Saturday at the City Park Stadium. Telkom were not involved last weekend but have won all their last nine matches to top the league table with 27 points.

Jkuat, who lost 3-1 to Strathmore last weekend will be looking to bounce back when they face University of Nairobi on Saturday at City Park from 11am.

In the men's premier league, KCA University who were 3-2 winners over Strathmore last weekend will clash with Western Jaguars on Saturday while Nakuru face KU Vultures in Nakuru on Saturday.


Premier Women: JKUAT v UON -12noon, Telkom v KU Titans – 4pm

National Men: Wazalendo Youth v Dedan Kimathi – 2pm, Parkroad Tigers v Mvita – 6pm

Premier Men: Western Jaguars v KCAU- 3pm (Kakamega), Nakuru v KU Vultures 3pm (Nakuru)



National Men: Daystar v Mvita – 9am, JKUAT v Dedan Kimathi – 1pm

Premier Women: USIU v UON – 11am, Sliders v Amira – 3pm

Premier Men: Western Jaguars v Sikh (10am) – Kakamega, Parklands v Butali – 5pm



It was a weekend of mixed results in the mens' Kenya Hockey Union league as several sides registered wins while others suffered shock losses to fall further in the pecking order.

Nairobi Sikh registered the biggest win of the weekend, thumping Wazalendo 5-0 to take their point tally to 21. The win however did not have any impact on the table as they remained 5th on the log after nine games.

Parklands Sports Club rose a spot to 8th after seeing off strugglers Technical University in a 4-1 win while Greensharks beat Kenyatta University 2-0 to leap to 2nd place. They now have 30 points after fourteen matches and are behind leaders Kenya Police who have played a match less. Butali Warriors who were not in action during the weekend sum up the top three positions.

Defending Champions Strathmore University fell into more misery after going down 3-2 to fellow learners KCA University on Sunday July 16. The win rose KCA four places to 10th with eleven points while further lowering Strathmore's position to 13th with ten points.



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