Despite a closely contested final over the weekend, Nairobi Water coach says he was never worried about losing their title to KDF
•Ochieng said they have put in place strategies to ensure a stranglehold on the national title
•Nairobi Water have signed leftback Mildred Wesonga to add more spine to the team
•Another strategy for next season is to finesse attacker Brenda Ariviza into a more lethal player
National champions Nairobi Water Queens coach Jack Ochieng has boldly predicted his charges will dominate women’s handball for a long time.
Speaking after his team beat Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) 29-28 in a close-knit Super Cup finals over the weekend, Ochieng said they have put in place strategies to ensure a stranglehold on the national title for many years to come.
“It was a close game. But there were never any doubts in my mind that we will eventually win it. We are the better team and will be so for a while,” Ochieng said.