Weekend Wrap: Kisumu All Stars fly highest as Stima, Lakers record draws

Cash trapped Kisumu Hot Stars managed to salvage a point at Eldoret Municipal Stadium where they were up against home side GEF 105, Hot stars were coming from a 7-1 win against Bondo United and they were hoping to continue with the winning touch only to settle for a draw, Charles Adika leveled matters in the 56th minute to register a point for his side.

John Oruko takes a a free kick

Kisumu representatives to the National Super League, Kisumu All Stars registered another impressive win over visiting Coast Stima to keep their promotion hopes alive, the county government sponsored side under the tutelage of former international Francis Oduor registered their 19th win of the season courtesy of John Oruko 68th minute goal, they are placed at position 2 with 68 points while the league leaders, Wazito are at 68 points.

Western Stima played to a frustrating draw against SlumBoys, Mathare United at Moi Stadium Kisumu. Salim Babu side started on a bright note only to be pinned on their half for the better part of the first half, both sides showed the intent of scoring with Western Stima rattling the woodwork but they all settled for a draw.

Western Stima will host Posta Rangers in their next assignment.

Hockey News

Aurelia Opondo celebrates her opener against Telkom

Lakers maintained their unbeaten run in the Kenya Hockey Union Women’s Premier League, they registered a 0-0 draw against United States International University and later proved a hard nut to crack for the league leaders and defending champions Telkom after settling to a 2-2 draw.

Kisumu Youngsters didn’t fare too well over the weekend

Kisumu Youngsters suffered a 2-1 home defeat at the hands of Impala Hockey club in a match played at Kisumu Day Grounds elsewhere Bay Club registered an impressive away win against students MKU at city park, Nairobi.

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