After the KHU League took a break last weekend to pave way for the International Club Gold Cup Tournament, action resumes today with 9 matches scheduled to be played across the country.
National Men’s league
After a 3 week break, The National League is back with 3 games slated to be played. Kisii Falcons will host Bay Club in the early kickoff in Kisii. In Nairobi, Thika Rovers take on Nairobi Chapel at the Strathmore University grounds at 1 pm. Daikyo Heroes who are 2nd on the Eastern Zone log host 1st placed Impala.
Defending champions Butali are in Kakamega county this Saturday to play Western Jaguars. The Jaguars have not won or drawn any game against the Warriors in their last 6 meetings. The jaguars have conceded 26 goals and have scored 3 against the sugar warriors.
7th place on the log Greensharks will be in Mombasa playing Mombasa Sports Club (MSC) at 4 pm who are at the bottom of the log.
The last Men’s Premier League match on Saturday will be between Parkroad Badgers and Sailors. The 2 sides had a successful away in Mombasa getting 3 important points.
In the ladies’ premier league, Kisumu-based Lakers are in the capital city and will be playing DFG Wolverines at 2 pm. The last time the 2 sides met in 2018, the Wolverines beat them 2-0, however, that same year Lakers had beaten them 1-0 at home.
Current league leaders in the Men’s Super League, Sikh Union (Simba) will be in Mombasa on Saturday to play Mvita XI. At City Park, Wazalendo Masters take on TUK in the last match at 6 pm.
Saturday, May 07, 2022 Fixtures
National League Men – Western Zone
11:00 Kisii Falcons V/s Bay Club – Kisii
National League Men – Eastern Zone
13:00 Thika Rovers V/s Nairobi Chapel – Strathmore Uni SC
14:00 Daikyo Heroes V/s Impala – Mombasa
Premier League Men
13:00 Western Jaguars V/s Butali – Kakamega
16:00 MSC V/s Greensharks – Mombasa
16:00 Parkroad Badgers V/s Sailors – City Park
Premier League Women
14:00 DFG Wolverines V/s Lakers – City Park
Super League Men
16:00 Mvita XI V/s Sikh Union – Mombasa
18:00 Wazalendo Masters V/s TUK – City Park
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