WPL: Returning Falcons take on Gaspo

Lavender Akeyo (right) of Zetech Sparks vies for the ball with Lavine Achola of Gaspo

Lavender Akeyo (right) of Zetech Sparks vies for the ball with Lavine Achola of Gaspo during their Football Kenya Federation Women Premier League match at Cambridge international School ground in Nairobi on January 7, 2023.

Photo credit: Chris Omollo | Nation Media Group

What you need to know:

  • Gaspo team manager Edward Githua said they have done enough preparations for the match.
  • "We did our last training today and we are well prepared to play the match. This season we have not lost any match at home and we hope to maintain that throughout the season. We have what it takes to collect maximum points at home," said Githua.

Returning Trans Nzoia Falcons will be in action against Gaspo Women on Wednesday in a Kenya Women's Premier League (KWPL) match at the GEMS Cambridge grounds in Rongai.

Falcons were suspended by the Football Kenya Federation (FKF) for two-games after claims of sexual exploiting and harassment.

The club officials were suspended by Trans Nzoia County Governor George Natembeya, who appointed a caretaker team to be in charge of the team.

The team reported back to camp on January 16.

Their last meeting in 2022 ended in a barren draw at the Absa grounds in Nairobi.

Gaspo are in seventh position on the log with eight points, while Falcons are  ninth with six points.

Gaspo team manager Edward Githua said they have done enough preparations for the match.

"We did our last training today and we are well prepared to play the match. This season we have not lost any match at home and we hope to maintain that throughout the season. We have what it takes to collect maximum points at home," said Githua.

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