Police complicate chances with KCA draw
Police were looking to thump the students and move to three points within the reach of defending champions Butali Warriors.
The Kenya Police hockey team complicated their chances of clinching the men’s Premier League title after playing KCA University to a 1-1 draw at City Park Stadium last weekend.
Police were looking to thump the students and move to three points within the reach of defending champions Butali Warriors. However, KCA proved themselves as hard nuts to crack after holding the 2017 champions to a draw.
KCA took the lead in the seventh minute through Henry Otuoma with Police restoring parity in the 35th minute through Derrick Jabali.
In the ladies’ Premier League, USIU-A Spartans bagged three points as well as bragging rights after thrashing Kenyatta University 3-0 at City Park.
Spartans broke the deadlock in the 24th minute through Rayana Oyando with Harriet Omindi doubling the advantage ten minutes later.
Kenyan international Rhoda Kuira scored the third goal ten minutes to the final whistle.
A number of Super League matches were played last weekend with Kenyatta University beating JKUAT 3-1 at City Park.
KU got their goals through; Carrington Omondi,James Maina and Timothy Juma. JKUAT got their consolation courtesy of Collins Odong.
JKUAT Ladies’ played Twinkle Club to a barren draw at the same venue.
Parkroad Badgers beat Kisumu Youngsters 3-1 in Kisumu to enhance their chances of securing promotion to the top flight.
The visitors secured maximum points thanks to goals from; Edwin Agoro, Lennox Onyango and Solomon Mbadi. Kisumu scored through Henry Owino.
Thika Rovers lost 5-0 to Impala in the nationwide league while the Western Jaguars development side played Kitale Rovers to a 1-1 draw.
Wazalendo Youth shared points with GHF Rift Pirates after labouring for a 1-1 draw.