May 28, 2024

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Kobala Girls, Highway boys win tickets to Romania

The finals, held at Ulinzi Stadium in Nairobi, saw Kobala dominate Nairobi’s Dagoretti Mixed with a 4-1 win, while Highway triumphed 2-1 over Homa Bay’s Ringa Boys.

Road to Romania as Europe Day tournament enters National finals at Ulinzi

The winners of the competition, both boys and girls, will earn a fully paid trip to Romania later in the year for several weeks of training camp with the Romanian national teams.

All set for June Kangogo’s Floorball Memorial Tournament

June Kangogo was the Kenya national women’s Floorball team and made her last appearance for the national team during the Charity International Tournament in Kampala Uganda btw 27-30 December of 2022

CAF Finals: Yanga lose at home to USM Alger

Celebrated Kenyan referee Peter Waweru was the Video Assistant Referee in the match that was marred with fan trouble before kick off

Yanga out for history as they take on Algeria's USM Alger

Tanzania’s most successful club, who recently claimed their 29th Tanzanian Premier League title with three matches to spare are in their first ever continental final.

Senegal pip Morocco to clinch Junior AFCON crown

Senegal has now won a third consecutive continental title within four months, their team of local based players having won the Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) title in February

Stage set for Senegal vs Morocco Africa U-17 Cup of Nations final

Africa U-17 Cup of Nations final pitting Senegal vs Morocco set for Friday 19th at the Nelson Mandela Stadium in Algiers, Algeria

Top league performers headline Kenya Floorball team to Ivory Coast

This season saw six men's and women's teams participate with National Industrial Training Authority (NITA) men and Tsunami women's club emerging overall winners of the 2022/23 season.

AFCON U-17: Senegal with happy win over host Algeria

Senegal, opened the tournament with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Congo last week and approached Tuesday’s clash against Algeria looking to have one foot in the quarterfinals.