Nairobi Water retain Super Cup crown

The winners completed their round-robin matches without losing a fixture

In Summary

•The irrepressible Sarah Wasike who had done a superb one-on-one marking on the ever-dangerous Brenda Asavai then started to exercise pressure.

•A timely defensive stop by Melvin Akinyi in the waning seconds slowed down KDF offence and the final whistle was a huge relief for Queens

Nairobi Water Queens’ retained the Super Cup after a hard-fought 29-28 victory over Kenya Defence Forces at Nyayo National Stadium.

The winners, who completed their round-robin matches without losing a fixture, led from the whistle, heading to the break with a 16-12 cushion.

Nairobi Water rattled in two quick goals after the break from Michelle Oyoo and Gladys Chilo to push their margin to 19-12. Read More

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