The Road that Never Began

The Kenyan team to the Youth Olympic Qualifiers in Algeria came to the end of their quest following a 4-1 loss to Zambia. This was after their qualification into the semis through a 3-1 win over Namibia in the quarters. The side had reported a relatively poor performance at the group stages, whereby they collected no points from their two encounters against Zambia and Nigeria. This was despite and otherwise impressive show of skill and technique among the boys. The team now has the opportunity to take the third position as they face off against Nigeria in their final match of the ten-day tournament. State of the Nation The return of the boys' team back home allows us to contemplate the state

USIU Plot Parklands Downfall Following Successful Weekend

In this day and age, it is always extremely difficult to collect maximum six points whenever a team has two games during the weekend. However, this was not the case with United States International University-Africa (USIU-A) Men who had a fruitful outing this weekend by recording two precious victories. Mashujaa started off by beating KCA University 2-0 on Saturday July 14, 2018 at the City Park Stadium, a match where Neville Mulupi and John Kabuu scored a field goal and a penalty corner respectively to bag all points for their side. Lawrence Makhatsa then netted the only goal on Sunday to see his side scrap past Wazalendo in a narrow 1-0 victory at the same venue. The twin wins were very crucial

Nakuru Coach Blames Players’ Attitude For Loss To Butali

Nakuru Hockey Club head coach Tony Agesa has attributed Saturday’s 2-0 loss to Butali to the attitude shown by his players during the match. Nakuru, who had not lost their last three games at the Greensteds International School grounds, seemed very much inferior to their opponents for the entire sixty minutes and were lucky not absorb more goals than the two they conceded. Butali got off to a bright start with numerous attacks in the first two quarters but were unproductive in the unfamiliar grassy field as all attempts failed to find the back of the net. The hosts had meanwhile recognized the impending danger and resorted to defense, leaving only Dolcan Mugaisi up field to make full use of the cleared

Week 12 Preview

After a one-week break that paved way for the annual Nakuru Open Tournament held on Saturday July 7 and Sunday July 8, the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) leagues resume this weekend and a total of twelve fixtures across four different leagues are scheduled to go down. Will USIU redo Nakuru Tournament’s performance? USIU-A (Men) go into the weekend hungry for points in two of the fixtures they are scheduled to play. The team has so far posted substandard results which have left them tenth overall, with only seven points to show from a similar number of games. The team has lost four of their last six fixtures, with the latest being a narrow 2-1 defeat to defending champions and current leaders Kenya

Weekend Action Shifts to Nakuru

Hockey Weekend action shifts to Nakuru. Nakuru Hockey Club will play host to the third edition of the Nakuru Open Hockey tournament at the Greensteds International School on 7th and 8th July 2018. The Annual fete has attracted a massive participation this year compared to the previous years.  Speaking to Magongo Kenya, Jacob Ngunjiri, the convener is confident that this year’s tournament is going to be highly competitive owing to the pedigree of teams that have confirmed participation.” The last edition was quite challenging having been an election year. Very few teams made. This year’s edition is going to be a big one looking at the confirmations we have so far." Kenya Police, Telkom to Defend Titles Premier League defending Champions Kenya