Premier League Curtains go down

Is it a done deal? As the Kenya Hockey Union men and women's Premier Leagues showdown comes to an end this weekend, the grip is tightening and the teams are fastening their pace lining up thrilling last matches of the season. Thus far teams are seizing the positions while others

Sealed Fate

Yet still, the showdown in the Kenya Hockey Union leagues didn't stop. All the teams played to the whistle and the chase to better up the standing spots tightened. In the men's Premier League, Butali Warriors maintained their unbeaten run by sending Parklands Sports Club to the men's Super League by

Rough Patch for Blazers?

It has been a spectacular season for Blazers, formerly known as Telkom. The 22-time Kenya Hockey Union premier league women champions and 10-time Africa Cup of Club Champions title bearers have withdrawn their participation from the forthcoming Africa Cup for Club Champions Tournament. This was after seizing another qualifier to

Gustavo! Your Team Gets Relegated Today!

By the end of the day, the two teams set for relegation from the KHU Men's Premier League will have definitely been established. Phenomenal clashes are bound to occur today as the three teams in the relegation zone clutch at their last straws. Strathmore Gladiators face off against the Nairobi

Surprise JKUAT, KU displays and Goal Bevvies Rock Weekend

It was truly a weekend of firsts and goals. In the women's premier league, an early morning encounter between Blazers and KU Titans resulted in a 2-1 outcome in favor of Blazers. This was after the victors had to struggle to achieve the second goal against the relegation-zone placed team.

Relegation Battle Persists as Premier Leagues Locked

It was a fruitless weekend for all the teams facing relegation from the KHU Men's Premier League. The Nairobi Sikh Union lost 2-4 to Greensharks while Parklands Sports Club narrowly ceded 1-2 against Wazalendo. Strathmore Gladiators suffered a 4-0 thrashing from the Kenya Police team, diminishing their hopes of staying

Kenyan Hockey multi-Olympian ‘Sindhi’ passes away

Former Kenyan International and multi -Olympian Surjeet Singh Panesar also known as 'Sindhi' passed away on Wednesday, November 6, 2019, in Nairobi. Surjeet Singh Panesar (Jr) affectionately known as Sindhi was born in Nairobi, Kenya. His parents had immigrated to Kenya from India in 1919. He studied at Duke of Gloucester School