Vihiga Queens coach Alumira eyes three points in Mumias


Vihiga Queens coach Alumira eyes three points in Mumias
FILE: Vihiga Queens FC players line-up against Makolanders FC during their Kenyan Women Premier League (KWPL) League match at Camp Toyoyo stadium Jericho in Nairobi on March 03, 2018. Vihiga United FC won 5-2. Photo/Kelly Ayodi/Sportpicha.

In Summary

  • Vihiga Queens head coach Alex Alumira is eying three points as his charges travel to Mumias Sports complex to play Kisumu All Stars in a Kenyan Women Premier League(WPL) fixture.
  • Alumira hailed his striker Teresa Engesha for the good job done so far as she is the club’s leading scorer having netted 20 goals and he urged her to put them ahead in tomorrow’s match.
  • Other fixture tomorrow will see second placed Trans Nzoia Falcons take on league leaders Gaspo at Manour Agricultura Center both matches expected to kick off at 1PM.

Vihiga Queens head coach Alex Alumira is eying three points as his charges travel to Mumias Sports complex to play Kisumu All Stars in a Kenyan Women Premier League(WPL) fixture.

The defending champions are third on the log with 27 points after playing 10 matches and they may shoot to second if they manage a win; something which according to Alumira can be achieved.

“When we started the league, it was not that easy for us but we have improved our form in recent matches and I believe that we shall defeat All Starlets.”

“We understand Kisumu All Starlets is a very tuff tough side to beat, actually one of the strongest team in the league this season composed by talented and skilful players but we are not scared at all, we shall give it to our best to earn three points.”

Alumira hailed his striker Teresa Engesha for the good job done so far as she is the club’s leading scorer having netted 20 goals and he urged her to put them ahead in tomorrow’s match.

“Engesha is a good player whom you can depend on, she can score any time at any angle and that’s what makes her unique. Together with Topister Situma who has scored 13 goals, I believe they will take the team far.”

On the other hand Kisumu All Starlets coach Juma Said has urged his players to work hard in tomorrow’s fixture.

“We are going to Mumias for one reason and that is to win. We have had intensive training since Monday and I don’t see any reason which will make us not to clinch three points tomorrow despite the fact that Vihiga is also tough.”

Other fixture tomorrow will see second placed Trans Nzoia Falcons take on league leaders Gaspo at Manour Agricultura Center both matches expected to kick off at 1PM.

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