Kenyan Women Premier League enters second leg this weekend

Kenyan Women Premier League enters second leg this weekend

The Kenyan Women Premier League (KWPL) second leg resumes this weekend with six matches on the cards in different venues around the country.

Zone B League newcomers Baringo County Starlet will welcome on form Vihiga Queens who also joined the premier league this season at Eldama Ravine Stadium on Saturday from 1pm EAT.

The former has had a disastrous first leg finishing without a point from six matches and remained the only team that dished away two walkovers because they were not able to honour their round four and five matches respectively.

Kenyan Women Premier League enters second leg this weekend

Other newcomers in the league, Nyamira County Starlets who finished third in the first leg will welcome zone leaders Oserian Ladies at Sironga Stadium from 1pm EAT. Oserian Ladies who finished as second runners up last season are leading the Zone B with an unbeaten record and it will be a tall order for the home side to go past the Naivasha-based side in this fixture.

Mumias-based Wadadia will welcome Eldoret Falcons at Mumias Complex from 1pm EAT .The Eldoret-based side under John Mukhwana had a disappointing first leg after picking only one win and a couple of draws.

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Zone A matches will be played on Sunday with Makolanders playing star-studded Spedag FC away in Mombasa at the Mombasa Sports Club from 1pm EAT.

The last time the teams met in the first leg, Spedag FC bagged the maximum points following their 2-1 victory at Camp Toyoyo Grounds.

In another interesting match of the weekend, defending champions Thika Queens will be home to on form Mombasa Olympic at the Thika Sub-County Stadium from 1pm EAT.This will be first time the two sides will meet after missing the first leg fixture.

There will be only one match in Nairobi where Soccer Queens will entertain Soccer Sisters at Camp Toyoyo Grounds from 3pm EAT. The last time the two sides met in the first leg,the former picked a 2-1 win.

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