Police Arrests USIU-A and K.U Students to Book in Six Points


Story by Alex Njue and Lynette Matheka
Kenya Police hockey club bullied university students to pick two wins over USIU-A and Kenyatta University in their weekend’s fixtures to remain first in the standings and extend their lead further in the ongoing Kenya Hockey union (KHU) premiere league matches played at the City Park stadium.
The boys in blue picked the six crucial points to extend their lead to fifty four points, eight points clear, ahead of KHU premiere league defending champions Butali Warriors who still have four matches at hand.
Police started their points hunt by a successful 2-0 win over USIU-A on their opener match on Saturday before claiming a 5-0 win over Kenyatta University yesterday.
Victor Wekesa and Kenya’s international, Samuel Wokila scored the two field goals to pick three points from USIU-A. Wokila continued with his rampage shots on the second day to score two more field goals while the other goals were scored by Felix Okoth, Willis Okeyo and Samson Birir in the 47th, 50th and 62nd minutes respectively.
Kenyatta University students had better chances to dominate the match which they ended the first half trailing 0-1 but failed to contain the police in the second half giving them space to run and score four more goals to end the match 0-5.
Meanwhile USIU-A took home the bragging rights after registering a slim 1-0 win over Strathmore Gladiators in a hotly contested university derby encounter which Steve Wokila dived in to score the deciding goal. In the National men’s league, Karate Axiom picked three points off a slim 1-0 win over the spirited Wazalendo Youth after Victor Mwasho punished their defence relapse in the 54th minute to carry the day.
Kenyatta University suffered yet another blow in the National ladies league registering a 1-2 loss to Sliders. Doris Kirui scored the opener goal for Sliders in the 26th minute but the students fought back and scored an equalizer just two minutes later through Prudence Wasilwa’s individual brilliance to break the first half tied at 1-1. Sliders resumed the second half with vigor to score the winning goal through Sikwatta Ndombella’s stick work in just two minutes of play to pick the three points.


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