It’s a Floody Shame!

A weekend expected to be full of color, goals, and prizes was marred by the nightmare of rains and the forever shame of a flooded pitch. The KHU 2019 hockey league is at its climax, but the weather has taken a turn for the worse. Rains have hit the country

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

Fruitful Weekend for Warriors, Spartans

It was a weekend of goals for Butali Warriors and USIU-A's Spartans. The men's premier league side nearly has the top position secured. With a 7-point margin against second-placed Wazalendo, the team only needs two more wins or a win and two draws for this season's trophy. On the other

Battle on the High Seas

It's an oceanic battle this weekend as the Dime Sailors meet Greensharks this Sunday at 5 PM for the Hockey Men's Premier League. The match is highly anticipated with personal and team stakes looming large. Sailors hope to achieve their fifth win of the season through this encounter, with Sharks

Surprise Exclusions as Kenya Names Hockey Squad

The Kenya Hockey Union (KHU), yesterday, named the final list of men and ladies to form part of the official national squad representing Kenya in the Olympic qualifiers at Stellenbosch, South Africa. Released just a week before the event is set to commence, the list typifies a deliberate effort by

Horror Weekend for the Gladiators

The slump to the bottom persisted for the Strathmore Gladiators in the KHU Men’s Premier league; as they recorded their fourth loss this season. The school-based side suffered a humiliating 7-0 defeat at the hands of an impressive Butali Warriors. The Gladiators were unable to contain the repeated raids against

Busy Weekend for Premier Giants

The Kenya Hockey League enters the second weekend of its second leg, with multiple encounters for top rated Butali Warriors and Greensharks. Both teams will be hoping to continue their winning spree from last weekend, where Greensharks beat Strathmore Gladiators 3-1; partially recovering from the previous 5-1 thumping in the

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

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

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