Trans Nzoia Falcons brushed aside Spedag 0-5 in a match played on Sunday, November 25, 2018, at Camp Toyoyo, to maintain second place on the FKF Women Premier League log.
Harambee Starlets forward Martha Amunyolete netted a hattrick, with Monica Paul and Tumaini Waliaula also getting themselves on the scoresheet with a goal apiece to ensure the Falcons ended their weekend on a high.
This was their second win this weekend, having run over Soccer Queens 15-0 on Saturday at the Ruiru Grounds.
Kayole Starlet, meanwhile, came from a goal down to notch a 2-1 win over visiting Vihiga Leeds in a curtain raiser to Trans Nzoia’s match.
Purity Nzetu had given the guests a 39th-minute lead that would, however, be canceled out in the 69th minute by Audrey Kaeei before Emily Adhiambo struck a late winner for Kayole.
Four more matches will be played in midweek on Wednesday, November 28, 2018, as the league enters its homestretch.
- Makolanders 2-1 Vihiga Leeds (Camp Toyoyo)
- Gaspo Youth 5-0 Spedag (Ruiru Grounds)
- Vihiga Queens 5-0 Mathare United Women (Mumias Complex)
- Baringo Starlets 0-4 Eldoret Falcons (Eldama Ravine Stadium)
- Soccer Queens 0-15 Trans Nzoia Falcons (Ruiru Grounds)
- Kayole Starlet 2-1 Vihiga Leeds (Camp Toyoyo)
- Spedag 0-5 Trans Nzoia Falcons (Camp Toyoyo)
- Eldoret Falcons 0-0 Vihiga Queens (University of Eldoret)
- Wadadia 1-2 Mathare United Women (Mumias Complex)
- Gaspo Youth 0-1 Makolanders (Ruiru Grounds)
- Oserian Ladies 3-0 Soccer Queens (Oserian Grounds)
- Baringo Starlets 0-6 Thika Queens (Eldama Ravine Stadium)
- Thika Queens vs Wadadia (Thika Stadium, 1 pm)
- Spedag vs Baringo Starlets (Camp Toyoyo, 1 pm)
- Gaspo Youth vs Oserian Ladies (Ruiru Grounds, 1 pm)
- Eldoret Falcons vs Makolanders (University of Eldoret, 1 pm)