Week seven of the 2018 Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) season goes down this weekend, with a total of sixteen matches across the five different leagues programmed for Saturday May 19 and Sunday May 20, 2018 in different parts of the country.
Wolverines keen on first win, Lakers eye fruitful trip
Dedan Kimathi University announced their arrival at the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU)Men’s National League with a resounding 4-1 victory over Impala Club at the City Park on Sunday May 13, 2018.
DeKUT, who were playing their first game since being incorporated into the Kenya Hockey competitive league, went trailing in the
United States International University-Africa (USIU-A), Strathmore University and Bungoma Farmers have a chance to reap substantially this weekend, with six points up for grabs apiece between Saturday May 12 and Sunday May 13, 2018.
The three sides will be involved in six of the fourteen games set to be played in four different townships.
Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Women’s Premier League Champions Telkom recovered from an early scare to maintain their good run in the season, rallying from two goals down to beat Sliders 5-2 in a league match played on Sunday May 6, 2018 at the City Park Stadium.
Telkom, who have not lost
Green Sharks came back from three goals down to win 4-3 against defending champions Kenya Police in their Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier league match played at the City Park stadium.
Kenya Police forged ahead in the ninth minute with a Sammy Oungo goal through a penalty stroke. Amos Barkibir doubled
Third placed Green Sharks have a heavy task as they face defending champions Kenya Police in their fifth match of the Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier League two of which were rained off. Both teams are on a good run picking maximum points in their last matches.
According to Ben Owaga
A hiatus of concentration by Parklands Sports Club (PSC) in the fourth quarter denied them a rare chance of recording a win over Kenya Police after they conceded three late goals to lose 1-3 to the reigning Kenya Hockey men’s Premier League Champions.
The tie that was played on Labour Day
It was a weekend of high-scoring margins in various Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League matches as teams came out guns blazing, all in a bid to stamp authority and remain in contest for the new 2018 season. Particular sides that recorded maximum points in the weekend include reigning champions
Joan Anjao produced a man of the match performance to propel Tigoi Girls to the finals of this year’s hockey national school games, scoring three goals as Tigoi hammered Kerugoya 4-0 in a semifinal match played on Friday, April 13, 2018, at Kangaru Girls High School.
Joan, who was also named
St Anthony and Upper Hill meet in the finals of the national hockey school games for the second time in a row following victories in their respective semi-finals played on Friday April 13, 2018 at the Kangaru Girls High School.
KD eliminate Musingu
St Anthony will be seeking to reclaim the boys’
National hockey champions St Anthony face a tricky hurdle in their quest for a second successive title after they were paired against perennial rivals Musingu High School in the semifinals of the ongoing National school games. St Anthony, who were unsure of a spot in the semis, held high flying
A hockey player and a coach, arguably one of the best goalkeepers to have graced the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Men’s Premier League in recent times. Linus Sang needs no introduction to the sports fraternity. The St Anthonys’ alumni has lifted the league title, the African Cup of Nations and