MMU confident of a top two finish

Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Super League men’s side Multimedia University (MMU) is confident for a top-two finish and a promotion place to the KHU Premier League ahead of their two matches against Impala and Kenyatta University (KU) on Saturday and Sunday respectively at the City Park Stadium. Speaking to Moses Ademba the MMU captain, he believes the Premier League will be a reality to them after two seasons of playoff elimination and failing to get promoted to the Premier League. “This season has been a good one, we have been at our best and I know next season we will feature in the top tier league,” said Ademba.” We were targeting a top-two finish and I know we will achieve that,

Linus Sang: From The Corridors of St Anthony To Butali’s Sweetness

A hockey player and a coach, arguably one of the best goalkeepers to have graced the Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Men’s Premier League in recent times. Linus Sang needs no introduction to the sports fraternity. The St Anthonys’ alumni has lifted the league title, the African Cup of Nations and played in the Club Championships, just to name a few. After almost a decade playing professional hockey and most recently making a significant move to Butali Sugar Warriors, Linus Sang sat down with Magongo Kenya’s Tyson Babu and here is his story…. Magongo: First of all congratulations on joining Butali, one of the biggest clubs in Kenya. How does it feel being part of the team? It feels so good being part