Ulinzi Starlets successfully defended their title after defeating Nakuru City Queens 3-1 in the second edition of the FKF Women’s Cup at Nyayo Stadium on June 4, 2023.

In the first half, Mercy Airo’s brace gave Ulinzi Starlets a strong start, taking a 2-0 lead into halftime. However, Nakuru City Queens made a strong comeback early in the second half, pulling one back through Merceline Wafula.

Ulinzi Starlets’ Neddy Akoth secured her team’s victory by scoring the third goal in the 92nd minute.

In the earlier third-place play-off match, FKF Women Division one side Kibera Soccer Ladies pulled off a surprising win over Kisumu Allstarlets. The match ended 4-2.

Kisumu Allstarlets took the lead in the 13th minute with a goal from Trezer Manyala, but Kibera leveled the game with a goal from Winnie Gwatenda in the 16th minute.

The second half witnessed a flurry of goals, with Kisumu Allstarlets opening the scoring again through a superb free kick by Beverlyne Andika. However, Kibera Soccer Ladies responded with three more goals through Winnie Gwatenda’s second, Zainabu Saki, and Nancy Atako, ultimately sealing their victory.

Prize money

Ulinzi Starlets 500,000

Nakuru City Queens 250,000

Kibera Soccer Ladies 100,000

Finals Results

Ulinzi Starlets 3-1 Nakuru City Queens

Kibera Soccer Ladies 4-2 Kisumu All starlets

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