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Gaspo women Beat Vihiga Queens 2-0 Away at Mumias sports Complex

Early goals from Anne Arusi and Emily Andayi are all the visitors needed to grab maximum points from the former Women premier league champions.

Gaspo who before the match were third placed in the log rose to the top of the table first leg matches concludes.

Vihiga Queens Coach Bonface Nyamu regretted the home loss but acknowledged the competition in the women league.

“It’s our third loss of the season, yet we’re just halfway the season, last season we finished the season unbeaten having played these same teams,” he said.

Nyamu attributed the struggles to high number of players suffering from injuries.

“Many of our starting squad players are having injuries and some are just recovering,” he added. Gaspo’s coach James Otieno praised his side for the away win.

“We are delighted for the three points and a clean sheet against this team, it’s a good display of teamwork,” he said.
Otieno who recently took up the coaching position at Gaspo said that his side is a serious title contender and that his aim is to be this season’s champion.

“The task ahead is challenging, i request my players to stay focused on our destination” he added.
In another fixture Thika Queens lost away to Zetech by a solitary goal.

In an earlier fixture at Mumias sports complex, Wadadia beat Kangemi 4-2.

Wadadia opened the scores in the 14th minute through Monica Nyakoa’s header before Benter Wanyama of Kangemi leveled the scores two minutes to halftime.

Kangemi then took a lead at the 63rd minute after the home team defense flopped allowing Lydia Juma score a long range volley.

The hosts got back to the game after Mercy Mang’uro tapped home a low strong cross from Nyakoa.
Wadadia’s fast paced forward Jacklin Chesang converted a penalty kick after she was brought down on the six-yard area.

The hosts sealed their victory with Mercy Mang’uro’s screamer free kick seven minutes to stoppage time.
Kangemi are still bottom of the 12 teams league as Wadadia move to 8th position.

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