Thika Queens wallop hapless Kangemi Ladies as Kayole thump Kisumu All Starlets

FKFWPL Thika Queens wallop hapless Kangemi Ladies as Kayole thump Kisumu All Starlets

Festus Chuma • 07:44 - 13.02.2023

Fred Majani's coached side moved to 18 points with a victory against Kangemi.

Football Kenya Federation Women's Premier League (FKFWPL) continued on Sunday afternoon with three matches taking place in Thika, Nairobi, and Nakuru.

Defending champions Thika Queens crushed Kangemi Ladies 6-1 in a match played at Thika Stadium.

Sarah Chalovu netted a brace, with Wendy Otieno, Chris Kach, and Stella Odhiambo scoring the other goals.

Fablasi Atieno scored the consolation goal for the visitors, who were outplayed in all departments leading to the embarrassing defeat.

The result saw Queens climb to third place on the league standings, while Kangemi remained ninth.

Meanwhile, Kisumu All-Starlets beat Kayole Ladies 4-0 at KCB Grounds in Nairobi.

The Lakeside club found the back of the net courtesy of Rosemary Oraro's goal and a hat-trick from red-hot striker Monicah Etot.

The result took Juma Said's charges to fourth place on the log with 17 points from nine games.

Elsewhere, Nakuru City Queens got back into winning ways in style when they beat Trans Nzoia Falcons 2-0 at the Nakuru Show Ground.

Coach Crispin Wesonga made three changes to the starting eleven, which played against Wadadia last weekend, and it paid off. 

Elizabeth Muteshi and Stacy Koech found the back of the net for the City Queens, who are now placed fourth on the table with 17 points after nine matches.

The troubled Trans Nzoia Falcons remain in eighth position with just 10 points from seven matches they have played this season.

FKF Women's Premier League Round 9 results: 


Wadadia 0-1 Vihiga Queens 

Zetech Sparks 2-2 Bunyore Starlets

Ulinzi Starlets 0-2 Gaspo Women 


Thika Queens 6-1 Kangemi Ladies 

Nakuru City Queens 2-0 Trans Nzoia Falcons 

Kayole Starlet 0-4 Kisumu All Starlets