Vihiga Queens face Thika Queens in one of the 6 FKF-WPL matches scheduled this weekend.Vihiga currently lead the 12-team standings with 16 points from 6 matches.

Vihiga Queens' march to the top of the Football Kenya Federation  Women’s Premier League standings continued after collecting maximum points in their weekend fixture against  Kisumu All-Starlets.

Their 2-0 win against Kisumu All-Starlets was their 5th in as many games consolidating their top position with 16 points from 6 matches.

The three-time champions who represented the CECAFA region at the inaugural edition of the CAF Women’s champions league club championship in 2021 haven’t lost a game and have only drawn once.

Kisumu All-Starlets under the tutelage of head coach Juma Said has now lost three games on the bounce and stare at relegation, slipping to 10th with a paltry 3 points from 6 matches.

Vihiga leads the log, three points ahead of second-placed Nakuru Queens who moved to the second position after a 3-1 win against title hopefuls Ulinzi Starlets.

The defeat ended Ulinzi Starlets winning run of two matches and slumped them to fourth place, 6 points off the leader's pace.

The defeat to Ulinzi, gave way to Zetech Sparks to leapfrog them in the third place thanks to their 5-0 hammering of Kayole Starlets.

Kayole Starlets and Kangemi ladies occupy 12 and 11th positions respectively.



Wednesday,25th January 2023

Gaspo Women Fc Vs Trans Nzoia Falcons-GEMS Cambridge

 Saturday,28th January 2023

Ulinzi Starlets Vs Wadadia-Ulinzi Complex

Kangemi Starlets Vs Bunyore Starlets-GEMS Cambridge

 Sunday, 29th January 2023

Thika Queens Vs Vihiga Queens-Thika Stadium

Kisumu All Starlets Vs Gaspo Women-Moi Stadium,Kisumu

Kayole Starlets Vs Trans Nzoia Falcons-Camp Toyoyo

Nakuru  City Queens Vs Zetech Sparks-A.S.K Grounds-Nakuru




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