Police ready handcuffs for Mombasa assault

Police ready handcuffs for Mombasa assault

Police ready handcuffs for Mombasa assault

League leaders Kenya Police will be in Mombasa over the weekend seeking to extend their lead at the top of the 13 men hockey premier league table standings with two crucial fixtures.

Police moved to the summit of the league with a 3-0 win over Western Jaguars Last weekend. They have a tough situation against second placed Mombasa Sport Club on Saturday before playing Mvita on Sunday.

The law enforcers will move to 12 points from four matches if they win all their two weekend matches.

The other big match of the weekend will see Strathmore University welcome lakeside side Kisumu Simba to the fray in a match that will be played at the City Park Stadium on Saturday evening under floodlights.

Simba will be in action for the first time while Strathmore will be playing their second match having trounced Parkroad 5-0 last month in their opening fixture.

Simba will wind up their trip to the capital with a date with bottom placed Karate Axiom a side yet to win a match in the current season having lost all their two fixtures.

In the women national league, leaders Strathmore University Scorpions with 6 points will play sliders who have three points and in third position in the early kick off on Saturday. The only other women league match will see Vikings play Mount Kenya University ladies at city park on Sunday.

There will be four men national league matches all of which will be played at the city park stadium. On Saturday Kimathi will play Wazalendo Youth who are yet to lose a match from their opening two fixtures.

On Sunday League leaders Parklands will play Kenyatta University. Parklands have played and won their opening two fixtures while KU has won one and lost the other.

Second placed Multimdeia University coming from a 6-0 win over National Youth Service will play Mount Kenya University. NYS who are yet to win a match will be in action with Thika Rovers on Sunday in the men national league.

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