Fare Thee Well, Joyce

It is with heavy hearts that we grieve the demise of Joyce Mumbe, who passed on the 4th of January, 11:50 pm at the Metropolitan Hospital Buruburu. This was after a bout of severe Cerebral Malaria. A young, jovial, kind, and caring soul, she was a sister and a friend

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

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

Parklands call for sponsorship opportunities ahead of the 2019 season

Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League side Parklands Sports Club are calling for sponsorship opportunities ahead of their 2019 season campaign. The team that was promoted to the men's Premier League in 2014 alongside Kenyatta University is self-sponsored after Parklands Sports Club who were the sole sponsors pulled out.  Parklands Sports

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

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

Kenya Hockey: A blood brother affair?

Stop!Take a minute. Now, think about all the hockey brothers you know. Not the "heart" brothers, but the blood brothers that make up so much of the hockey fraternity. Did you know they can fill not one, but three entire teams? Such is the bond of blood, circulating in the phenomenal brothers

KU Relegation: When Did The Vultures Start Starving?

For long, vultures have been known for their ability to survive on extreme conditions, feeding on meals that contain bacteria that would kill most large animals including humans. They have an excellent sense of sight and smell to help them locate food-and also have the ability to fly at great

It’s a Tumble for the Predators

Today marked the end of a rather sensational run for the Kenyatta University Vultures, as their encounter with fellow contestants in the relegation battle ended in a resounding crash for the university side. It has been a tense two months as the teams lined up for relegation became evident in early

GRA Upset Telkom To Lift First Ever Continental Title

Telkom’s nine-year dominance in the hockey Africa Cup for Club Championships (ACCC) came to an abrupt end on Saturday 27th January after losing 0-1 to Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in the finals played at the  Theodosia Okoh Hockey Stadium in Accra, Ghana. The loss is Telkom’s first in almost 10 years

The Umpire- Elephant in the Room?

Let us take a break from the shocker matches this weekend. If you are yet to receive the news, the Nairobi Sikh Union lost three goals to nil to nearly bottom-placed Western Jaguars. This result followed another amazing display last weekend, whereby the Jaguars beat the Kenya Police 1-0, breaking