Mathare United seek redemption as Women Premier League resumes

FKF Women’s Premier League action between Gaspo Women and Mathare United Women. [Washington Onyango, The Standard]

Mathare United Women will be looking to bounce back to winning ways when they face Ulinzi Starlets at Camp Toyoyo on Saturday as the Football Kenya Federation Women's Premier League resumes after two months out.

The Slum Queens will be looking to avenge their first leg 9-0 loss to Ulinzi as the latter seeks to pick from where they left before the league was suspended in March.

Ulinzi Starlets beat Kibera Soccer Ladies in their round 10 fixture logging them at position two with 21 points, nine points shy of league leaders Thika Queens.  Struggling Mathare United Women will be looking to bounce back from a 0-1 loss at the hands of Makolanders in their round 10 fixture.

Meanwhile, in Zone B, Wadadia will be on a bid to narrow the nine-point gap between them and Zone B league leaders Vihiga Queens, in their game against Oserian Ladies at the Mumias Sports Complex.

Vihiga Queens will also be looking to retain their dominance in the zone as they play against Eldoret Falcons on Sunday.

Round 11 Fixtures

Zone A


Mathare United Women vs Ulinzi Starlets (Camp Toyoyo, 11 am)

Makolanders vs Thika Queens (Stima Members Club, 12 noon)

Zetech Sparks vs Kayole Starlet (Ruiru Grounds, 1 pm)

Oserian's Sylvia Shilabuka (left) and Salome Akoth of Mathare during a Women Premier League match at Stima Club Nairobi on Sunday, Nov 4, 2018. [Jonah Onyango, The Standard]

Zone B

Nakuru West Queens vs Kisumu All Starlets (Nakuru Show Ground, 12 noon)

Zone A


Kibera Soccer Ladies vs Gaspo Women (Stima Members Club, 11 am)

Zone B

Wadadia vs Oserian Ladies (Mumias Sports Complex, 11 am)

Trans Nzoia Falcons vs SEP Ladies (Kenyatta Stadium Kitale, 12 noon)

Eldoret Falcons vs Vihiga Queens (Eldoret Show Grounds, 12 noon)

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