WPL Review: Thika Queens flaunt early dominance as Baringo Starlets falter

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Thika Queens vs Eldoret Falcons
Thika Queens line up for a team photo in a past FKF Women Premier League match against Soccer Queens at the Utalii Grounds
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Deposed FKF Women Premier League Champions Thika Queens have kicked off this season’s campaign on an intimidating note with three wins in three, the latest being a massive 14-1 win over Baringo Starlets on Saturday, March 3, 2018, at the Thika sub-county Stadium.

This follows earlier wins over Wadadia (3-2) and Vihiga Leeds (5-0), away from home, in the first week of action. Thika Queens thus tops the 16-team unified league with nine points and an 18-goal difference.

Second on the log is Wadadia, with seven points from four matches played. The Mumias based side edged out Soccer Queens 0-9 in their third match of the season played at the Gikambura Stadium on Saturday, before holding Mathare United Women to a 0-0 draw on Sunday at the Ruaraka Grounds.

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Mathare United Women, meanwhile, is still unbeaten, having dispatched Baringo Starlets 2-0 in their opening match of the season, before edging out Kayole Starlets on a similar scoreline on Saturday, prior to their 0-0 draw with Wadadia on Sunday.

Spedag

At the Trans Nzoia Stadium, guests Spedag built up on a 3-1 loss to Gaspo Youth in their season opener to hold hosts Trans Nzoia Falcons to a 3-3 draw.

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Makolanders, meanwhile, lost 5-2 to defending champions Vihiga Queens on Saturday at Camp Toyoyo before thrashing Baringo Starlets 9-0 on Sunday at the Ruaraka Grounds.

Palos also edged out Mombasa Olympic 1-0 at the Moi Stadium, Kisumu while at the Oserian Grounds, guests Vihiga Leeds fell 2-1 to Oserian Ladies in a match played on Sunday.

Weekend Results

Updated Standings