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Saturday, August 19, 2017

Hosts MMUST out to retain Kusa title

Kenya University Sports Association women’s football defending champions Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology will be seeking to win a fifth title when they host this year’s edition of the varsity games.
Kenya University Sports Association women’s football defending champions Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology will be seeking to win a fifth title when they host this year’s edition of the varsity games.

Kenya University Sports Association women’s football defending champions Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology will be seeking to win a fifth title when they host this year’s edition of the varsity games.

MMUST are co-hosts to the edition alongside Kakamega High, Bukhungu Stadium, Approved School Kakamega, Kakamega Police Line, St. Peter’s Boys Mumias and the Sacred Heart Mukumu Girls.

Akaka Shisoka, a sports tutor at MMUST, said team is well balanced, having experienced players in all departments but is also dotted with new young players.

Shisoka said: “Our team is well constituted, they have had a great training regime and are good to go defend their title.”

He observed that Kenyatta University and University of Eldoret have been their toughest challengers and remain athreat heading into the tournament.

MMUST are grouped together with Co-operative and Pwani universities, KU with Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology University and Egerton University (Njoro), while UoE is pitted alongside Embu and Mt. Kenya University. Karatina University faces off with University of Nairobi in pool ‘D.’

In men’s football, Dedan Kimathi University will play United States International University - Africa and Rongo University in Pool ‘A’, UoE are pitted against Pwani and Technical University of Kenya Pool ‘B’, KU meet Maasia Mara and Chuka in Pool ‘C’ and MMUST, Co-Operative and Taita Taveta University are in the last pool.

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