Not again! Trans Nzoia Falcons players chased away from residential camp

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WPL Not again! Trans Nzoia Falcons players chased away from residential camp

17:40 - 25.05.2023

Trans Nzoia Falcons is sponsored by County Government of Trans Nzoia.

Football Kenya Federation Women's Premier League (FKFWPL) side Trans Nzoia Falcons have been chased away from the clubhouse.

Falcons, who the County Government of Trans Nzoia sponsors, commenced training on Wednesday ahead of their last match of the 2022/2023 season against Kisumu All Starlets set for this weekend.

In a statement published on the club's social media pages, the management said the players had been ordered to vacate the premises located at Kitale Showgrounds.

"We have been asked by the county sports department to vacate our current camp and give back the bedding that were bought for the team, as we are preparing to end the season.

"We hoped for at least a congratulatory dinner party for the girls,instead it is the opposite. One day we will live in peace!A home full of disappointments!Tumkimbilie nani!(Who should we run to)?'

It is the second time that Trans Nzoia Falcons have been thrown out of the camp this season, with the first incident on January 7.

The eviction occurred after their 0-3 home defeat to reigning champions Vihiga Queens earlier that day.

FKF had to intervene and rescue the players, with the claims having emerged that there was sexual harassment in their camp.

Some players who spoke to the media on camera at that time claimed that two unmanned officials had been soliciting sex from them, and failure to adhere to demands landed them in intimidation.

Trans Nzoia Falcons are currently placed eighth on the league standings, 29 points having secured their league status after beating Bunyore Starlets 2-1 last Sunday.