WPL Review: Thika Queens stretch lead at the top with wins over Gaspo, Mathare

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Gaspo Youth vs Thika Queens
Thika Queens' Catherine Wangechi (L) feels a challenge from Gaspo Youth's Hellen Awino during their FKF Women Premier League match at the Ruiru Grounds of Friday May 18, 2018

FKF Women Premier League side Thika Queens has opened up a six-point gap between them and second-placed Vihiga Queens.

This is following away wins over Gaspo Youth (1-3) and Mathare United Women (0-4) on Friday, May 18, and Sunday, May 20, 2018, respectively.

Vihiga Queens retained second place despite a 1-2 upset at the hands of Trans Nzoia Falcons at the Mumias Sports Complex. The defending champions were earlier, on Saturday, May 19, 2018, handed all three points after their would-be opponents, Baringo Starlets, failed to turn up for the match.

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Eldoret Falcons, meanwhile, edged out Wadadia 0-2 at the Mumias Sports Complex to finish round 13 at third place with 26 points, similar to fourth-placed Trans Nzoia Falcons, who, however, have an inferior goal difference.

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