Mombasa sports club in conjunction with the Mombasa County Hockey Association and Kenya Hockey Union hosted the 1st Edition of Shaban Yusuf Memorial Hockey Fest. The Mombasa Sports Club played host to the annual event with the grounds being flocked with various hockey clubs who honored the invitation.
Telkom Hockey Team during the Tioni memorial Tournament in Nakuru Telkom one of the leading women hockey clubs in Kenya and Africa, is in limbo after one of leading Kenya's Telecommunication firms announced termination of its 25 year union with the club. In a press statement released on the 27th of June
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
After downing former champions Strathmore University in western in the past weekend, Western Jaguars will be out to continue with their good start in the 2019 season as they will be in Nairobi for a double fixture in the men’s premier league. Saturday will see the Peter Okova’s boys take on Parklands Sports Club
The titles of the men’s three leagues, will all be determined next weekend as the front runners in the leagues await a final show down to determine who will lift the trophies in the three leagues. On the flip side, the battle to remain in the top flight league
John Kabuu's lone goal in the 58th minute for United States International University Africa (USIU-A) against Green Sharks in their Kenya Hockey Union men's Premier League match helped the students move to seventh position in the league stangings renewing their hopes to stay in the top flight league. Before coming into
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 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