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
For long, vultures have been known for their ability to survive on extreme conditions, feeding on meals that contain bacteria that would kill most large animals including humans. They have an excellent sense of sight and smell to help them locate food-and also have the ability to fly at great
Today marked the end of a rather sensational run for the Kenyatta University Vultures, as their encounter with fellow contestants in the relegation battle ended in a resounding crash for the university side.
It has been a tense two months as the teams lined up for relegation became evident in early
Telkom’s nine-year dominance in the hockey Africa Cup for Club Championships (ACCC) came to an abrupt end on Saturday 27th January after losing 0-1 to Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in the finals played at the Theodosia Okoh Hockey Stadium in Accra, Ghana.
The loss is Telkom’s first in almost 10 years
Let us take a break from the shocker matches this weekend. If you are yet to receive the news, the Nairobi Sikh Union lost three goals to nil to nearly bottom-placed Western Jaguars. This result followed another amazing display last weekend, whereby the Jaguars beat the Kenya Police 1-0, breaking
Today this brave world gets a little darker, as we lose one more child of our hockey republic.
This morning, the 28th of October 2017, the news of the passing of Martha Sasha Masinde after a prolonged illness rocked the hockey nation. For a moment, we all forgot about our teams
As we hit day three of the 2017 Africa Hockey Cup in Ismailia, all teams have the chance to recuperate and most likely review their performance in the first two days of the tourney.
It has been a roller coaster for the Kenyan teams, whose registered a double loss each for
The Kenya Hockey League took a break this past weekend, as all teams trooped to Nakuru for the annual Betty Tiony Tournament. Well, at least this was the expectation. The turnout was uncharacteristically low, with the ladies teams only fielding four teams- two of which were fielded by Telkom (formerly
Following the relegation of the Coast-based teams from the men’s Premier League in the 2015/16 season, the last season saw all the teams from the region stay out of the league and majority of the Kenya Hockey Union tournaments. However, the new season has welcomed back female side Mombasa Sports