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  • Two Kenyans win all expense paid trip to 2019 Afcon

    [ad_1] Maina Kariuki and George Simbiri plus their friends enjoy an all-expense paid trip to Egypt courtesy of BetLion. To enter into the promotion, one simply needed to deposit and place a bet with BetLion and every bet is equated to an entry. The promotion ran from April 8 to May 31. “As a sports […]

  • Chelsea appeals FIFA transfer ban to CAS

    [ad_1] English Premier League side Chelsea have filed an appeal with the Court of Arbitration for Sport against a transfer ban imposed by world governing body FIFA. The Europa League champions were sanctioned in February for breaching rules regarding the international transfer and registration of players under 18. They were also fined 600,000 Swiss francs. […]

  • Boost for Police as Okeyo returns to action after a 3-week absence

    [ad_1] Kenya Hockey Union (KHU) Premier League side Police received a major boost following the return of towering midfielder Willis Okeyo who has been away in Germany. Okeyo has been away for the past three weeks on a coaching program in VfB Stuttgart, Germany. The Police skipper missed his side’s 3-2 win over Parklands. The […]

  • Maseno School impress coach despite falling to vihiga

    [ad_1] Maseno School rugby coach Paul Nyamita is impressed with his young squad’s performance in the western region Prescott Cup. “The team comprising largely of Form Ones, Twos and Threes is slowly taking shape. My target is to retain the Nyanza region title next year and regain the national title,” said Nyamita after his team […]

  • Coach Opoloto banks on Omuse and Sang to revive the country’s men’s volleyball

    [ad_1] National coach Moses Epoloto has cited new players Kelvin Omuse and Linus Sang as the future of the men’s volleyball despite failing to book a slot to the All Africa Games set for August in Morocco, The two made their debut in the national team during the just ended AAG qualifiers in Nairobi with […]

  • Top British rally expert to train officials ahead of 2019 Safari Rally

    [ad_1] Sue Sanders, a top global training expert on safety for the FIA, will be in Nairobi to conduct a seminar for marshals and top officials who will officiate the 2019 WRC Candidate Event Safari Rally, the event’s clerk, of course, Gurvir Bhabra has announced. Sanders, also the training manager of Motor Sports Association the […]

  • ARC Champion chasing hat-trick in the Zambia International Rally

    [ad_1] Manvir Baryan leads a star-studded six man Kenyan team for this weekend’s Gomes Zambia international Rally in Ndola, the third leg of the FIA African Rally Championship. Manvir, who is the log leader and two-time continental champion, carry the country’s hopes alongside five-time Safari Rally champion Carl ‘Flash’ Tundo and multiple Kenya rally champion […]

  • Stars face Madagascar in a friendly fixture

    [ad_1] Harambee Stars coach Sebastien Migne will this evening ascertain his charges preparedness for the forthcoming Africa Cup of Nations when he leads them against Madagascar in a friendly match. Stars will take the Islanders starting 9:00 pm (EAT) in one of the two test matches lined up for them before they jet to Egypt […]

  • Thika Sports Club’s professional lead cut down to one stroke

    [ad_1] Thika Sports Club’s professional Simon Ngige still tops the Crown Paints Invitational despite his lead being cut down to one stroke. Ngige, who led Day One by a stroke and the second day by two strokes, was back to a shot lead yesterday. Such was the drama which saw the inaugural event reach the […]

  • Shabana suspends 11 players and two officials

    [ad_1] Shabana FC have suspended 11 players alongside assistant coach Andrew Kanuli, and fitness trainer Andrew Ongwae over the current boycott.  Club secretary Peter Omwando yesterday said the two officials were suspended for gross misconduct. However, Kanuli and Ongwae separately denied the allegations and promised to respond later after consultations. “They incited players to go […]