April 14, 2024

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Police, Warriors, Jaguars in chase for hockey supremacy

Police are ranked third with 20 points from ten matches and will hope that both Jaguars and Butali will have a falter at some point so as to stand a chance of reclaiming the title they last won in 201

Butali, Jaguars on winning form as hockey league returns

Western Jaguars made good use of home advantage to beat former champions Kenya Police 1-0 at the Eregi Teachers Training College grounds on Saturday.

Hockey league resumes with intense action

Butali, Jaguars and Police occupy the first three positions on the standings with 20, 19 and 17 points from eight matches each played in that order respectively.

Butali rise to the top after win over Gladiators

Forward George Mutira struck the back of the students' goal twice to hand Butali who are bidding to retain the league title maximum points.

Hockey: Butali to take on Gladiators

Kenyan men’s hockey team has dropped to position 57 on the global log due to lack of international matches.

Gladiators maul Sharks at the Park

Following the win, the 2016 league winners moved a slot high on the log with eleven points after seven matches.

Warriors humble Police in hockey battle

The fierce rivals were to lock horns on April 30 but the union was forced to postpone the duel after rains rendered the City Park Stadium unplayable.

Butali seeking summit reclaim as they take on USIU-A

Butali were relegated to the third place last weekend but one after former champions Kenya Police and Wazalendo gathered maximum points.

Police take command of Hockey league

Champions Butali were relegated to the third spot with seven points although it is worth noting that, the sugar men who were on top before last weekend’s matches, were not in action.

Police face Sailors as they chase Kenya Hockey league summit

With Butali having a rest this weekend, Police who have had to settle for the runners up rank in the last three seasons may shoot to the top.