Weekend to forget for Kisumu teams in Basketball, Hockey and FKF Div One

Going into the weekend there were high hopes our representatives in various leagues could register wins and improve on their position in their various table standings. 

Instead, a city will be wondering where it went wrong as none of her representatives registered a win. 

So what is to blame: bad luck, financial crisis, or lack of character ?

Football; National Division one Zone B

Kisumu Hot Stars had struggles traveling to Poror Mote

Kisumu Hot Stars who have had a good run at home nearly dished out a walkover to bottom-placed Poror Mote, the Division one side have been rocked with financial crisis since the season began and rumors are rife that the club might close shop come next season, on their late trip to Baringo they were treated to a 2-1 humbling by the home side.

KHU Women’s Premier League 

Lakers vs Amira

Newly promoted Lakers hockey club took it to the field against Amira Sailors in a match staged at Kisumu Simba on Saturday, the home side were out to register a first win only to be treated to a cruel 0-0 scoreline, the blue queens will have themselves to blame after they failed to capitalize on their chances, a total of 8 short corners presented to them were not well converted into goals, the draw still keeps them at position 2 with 8 points three points shy the league leaders Telkom. 

KHU Men’s Super League 

Kisumu Youngsters were treated to a shocking outing, the super league side had two matches under her belt, unfortunately, they failed to register a win, falling to Nakuru Hockey club by 3 goals to 1 and salvaging a 2-2 draw against KCA University. The one point picked leaves them at position 8 having only gathered 10 points.

KHU Men’s Premier League 

Lakeside did not fare too well away in Nairobi

League giants Butali Sugar Warriors played to a one-all draw against high riding Wazalendo Masters, the match played under floodlights at city park stadium lived to its billing owing to the fact both teams are in fine form, the draw leaves Butali at the top with 13 points.

KBF Mens Premier League 

Our round-up ends with the Men’s basketball league where Kisumu Lakeside Basketball team lost their two matches in Nairobi their first match was against KCA of which they lost by a half a basket 44-43 and the Lakers went down to USIU by 59-56.

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