Jaguars resist Police arrest as lake Victoria tides defeat sailors trip and Sugar too much for the Badgers.

Untamable Butali Warriors were at it again this round sounding a stern warning and a hockey lesson to Parkroad Badgers. Butali was on the rampage sounding the board 5 times without any response making Parkroad’s hopes of remaining in the top tier league next season slimmer. Constance Wakhura scored a brace while George Mutira, Calvins Kanu and Kennedy Munialo netted a goal each. This win cements Butali’s top position on the loss with 33 points.

Despite causing all antennas to be up and all alert and eager to know the outcome of the match, Kenya Police was unable to arrest and cage the Jaguar, it was Police’s turn to take off as the Jaguar was on the loose. The Michael Malungu led side DTE Western Jaguars overcame the cops by sounding the board twice. Emmanuel Wiswa and Kelvin Machinji were on target leaving the officers wondering what to do. “We are not yet there but, we are are moving in the right direction. Our focus now shifts to the next assignment.” Currently Jaguars are second on the log with 24 points sana as police but with a better goal margin. This is a second win this season in the league. Jaguars play Sailors on 29th in Kakamega.

In the ladies category, lake side beauties Lakers HC also recorded a win after beating Amira Sailors in Kisumu by 2 straight goals Debra Otieno and Eustla Cheruiyot ensured Lakers remains home with maximum points. They face Sliders on Sunday.

In the Super League duel, a total of 5 action packed matches were played in both men and ladies. Wazalendo Masters had a master class on matters hockey for TUK as they got past the custodian 4 times with Fidhelis Kimanzi and Stanley Chege recorded a brace each.

Parklands Sports Club on their end managed to hold Mvita to a 2 -all draw. Gabriel Agesa and Samwel Nandwa were on target for Mvita while Dan Onyango and Mwashi Victor from Parklands ensured the draw. Nakuru and promotion hopefuls KCA University also shared the spoils.

Clementine Nyongesa’s brace added dents to the already dented Nairobi Chapel ladies team.

Nandi Hawks were also on the receiving end from the University of Eldoret. Moses Munyeti, Joseph Aketch and Newton Juma’s goals each added to the woes of the Hawk.

22 October 2022 Results

Premier League Women

Lakers 2-0 Amira Sailors

Premier League Men

Western Jaguars 2-0 Kenya Police

Parkroad Badgers 0-5 Butali

Super League Women

UoN 0-2 Nairobi Chapel

Super League Men

Nakuru 1-1 KCA Uni

JKUAT 2-0 Parkroad Tigers

Mvita XI 2-2 Parklands Sports Club

TUK 0-4 Wazalendo Masters

National League Men – Eastern Zone

Nairobi Chapel 2-2 UoN

Gorillas 3-0 Thika Rovers

National League Men – Western Zone

Nandi Hawks 0-3 UoE