WPL play-offs begin in Nakuru

Diana Koskey (centre) of Nakuru Queens and Anna Ongunga (left) and Pauline Naise of Kisumu All Starlets (right) vie for the ball during their Women Premier League match at Nakuru Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK) show grounds on Saturday, May 22, 2021. Nakuru Queens won 3-1.

Photo credit: Francis Mureithi | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • Mumias-based Wadadia will host Zone 'A' runners up Gatundu Sports (Gaspo) in the early kick-off at 1pm
  • In another tough contest at the same venue, Zone 'B' runners-up Nakuru Queens will host Ulinzi Starlets who finished third in Zone 'A'
  • Wadadia tactician Rashid Sumba is optimistic his charges can upset Gaspo and make history by qualifying for their first ever semi-finals

The Football Kenya Federation Women Premier League enters a crucial stage on Saturday as the end of season play-offs kick off at Nakuru showground.


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