April 21, 2024




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Vihiga tear Kayole to shreds

Vihiga Queens were in no mood for pleasantries as they hammered Kayole Starlets 7-0 in Sunday’s FKF Women Premier League action in Mumias.

Vihiga Queens go 11 points clear

Former champions Vihiga Queens stayed unbeaten after round 15 of the FKF Women's Premier League, defeating Kisumu All Starlets 1-0 at the Moi Stadium in Kisumu to open up an 11 point gap at the top of the table.

Vihiga Queens cruising towards FKFWPL title

The former champions are marching towards reclaiming the title the title they relinquished to Thika Queens last season.

Vihiga drop points as Gaspo climb to second

Vihiga went ahead through Felistus Kadari’s 39th minute strike before the soldiers replied with a Siliya Rasoha goal six minutes from time. The draw saw Ulinzi fail to return to third, having been usurped by Gaspo who won big on Saturday.

FKFWPL: Ulinzi hammer Kangemi as Vihiga Queens remain unbeaten

Ulinzi Starlets were ruthless against Kangemi Ladies, crushing them 7-0 at Ruaraka. Siliya Rasoha gave the soldiers the lead with a 13th minute penalty before Sheryl Andiba doubled the lead with a 39th minute goal. Emily Auma’s 42nd minute penalty saw Ulinzi take a 3-0 lead into the break.

Vihiga Queens star striker Engesha secures move to South Korea

Engesha had been a core figure of the side helping them earn their inaugural qualification to the Champions League. This season, she was also a crucial member of the team in the WPL, having scored nine goals in seven matches.

Vihiga Queens maintain unbeaten run with victory in Thika

Facing defending champions Thika Queens in Thika, Jane Bundi’s solitary strike after 80 minutes secured all three points for the former champions who stayed unbeaten with 10 wins and 1 draw from their 11 matches to date, having gathered 31 points.

Vihiga Queens open five point gap as FKFWPL returns

Vihiga Queens went five points clear of the FKF Women Premier League with an 8-1 demolition of Wadadia in Saturday action at Mumias.

Goals galore as Women's Premier League continues

Former champions Vihiga Queens got the day’s proceedings underway with a 5-0 demolition of Zetech Sparks at  the Gems Cambridge School on Saturday.

CAF confirm Kenya's withdrawal from AWCON qualifier, hands Uganda direct qualification

This development comes after Barry Otieno, CEO of the disbanded FKF office wrote to CAF stating Kenya’s inability to prepare a team for the clash against Uganda, a move that came just days after the FKF Caretaker Committee had unveiled a new coach and named a squad that had already reported to camp for the game.