Football: Ulinzi Starlets top FKF Women's Premier League

Ulinzi Starlets forward Nedy Atieno celebrate her goal against TransNzoia Falcons during their Kenya Women Premier Legaue match at the Ulinzi Sports Complex in Langata Nairobi on December 10, 2022. Ulinzi Starlets won 4-0. (Kelly Ayodi,Standard)

Ulinzi Starlets who are yet to lose a match are sitting at the helm of the FKF Women's Premier League table after two rounds of the 2022-2023 season.

Starlets thrashed Trans Nzoia Falcons 4-0 last weekend at Ulinzi Sports Complex to move top of the standings on four points, same as Zetech Sparks and Nakuru City Queens.

Former Kisumu All Starlets danger girls Mercy Airo added to Siliya Rasoha's brace as Lucy Nato added the icing to the cake for the military side.

Ulinzi have four points and a goal difference of four goals. They had opened the season with a 2-2 draw against Zetech Sparks.

Zetech Sparks also bounced back to winning ways after seeing off Wadadia 3-0 in at GEMS Cambridge.

Momaliza Amango, Violet Otieno and Yvonne Khavere netted the goals.

In Kisumu, Ruth Chebungei's lone goal inspired Nakuru City Queens a 1-0 win against hosts Kisumu All Starlets.

Meanwhile, defending champions Vihiga Queens will launch their title defense against Zetech Sparks this coming Sunday at Mumias Complex in Kakamega.

Kisumu All Starlets will seek redemption against Thika Queens as Trans Nzoia Falcons entertain Wadadia.

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