Wolverines, Sliders clash in weekend's only KHU Premier League match
May 14th 2022
Dutch Flower Group Wolverines will be seeking to register their first win of the 2022 Kenya Hockey Union Premier League season when they play Sliders in the only match this weekend at the City Park Stadium in Nairobi on Saturday.
Both Sliders and Wolverines are bottom of the standings with one point each from four matches.
Ironically, both clubs collected their single points after playing to draws against Amira Sailors. Wolverines played to a 0-0 stalemate while Sliders played to a 1-1 draw.
There will be no men’s Premier League matches lined up but a lot of action will be on the cards in the Super League and National Leagues.
In the men’s KHU National League, Thika Rovers play Mombasa West, Gorillas entertain Dyko Heroes at the Strathmore University grounds while Blue Pirates welcome UoN in Kakamega as Bungoma Farmers travel to Kapsabet to take on Nandi Hawks.
In the women’s KHU Super League, leaders Kenyatta University (KU) will be keen to maintain their unbeaten streak when they face rivals University of Nairobi (UoN) in the universities derby at the City Park Stadium.
KU lead the standings with nine points from three matches, four points clear of their nearest competitor Multi Media University who have no match this weekend.
In the men’s KHU Super League, Kenya Accountancy College (KCA) will battle Jomo Kenyatta University of Agricultural Technology (JKUAT) as they seek to close gap on leaders Sikh Union who are not in action this weekend.
KCA have 12 points from six matches while Sikh have 16 points from the same number of matches.
KU take on Technical University of Kenya (TUK) at the City Park Stadium, while away in Kisumu, Kisumu Youngstars play host to Parklands Sports Clubs.
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