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September 20, 2017

Falcons face Bulemia in Premier League tie

Kenya Women Premier League side Eldoret Falcon ishoping to notch their first win when they encounter hosts Bulemia at the Busia Polytechnic grounds on Saturday
Kenya Women Premier League side Eldoret Falcon ishoping to notch their first win when they encounter hosts Bulemia at the Busia Polytechnic grounds on Saturday
Kenya Women Premier League side Eldoret Falcon is hoping to notch their first win when they encounter hosts Buleama at the Busia Polytechnic grounds on Saturday.
Falcons started off their title hunt with a walkover against Vihiga Stars, who failed to honour the two sides opening match at the Kipchoge Keino Stadium last Saturday.
Coach Joshua Ariko remained optimistic that the team will strike their first victory, on the pitch.
“The team is happy that we are starting the league with a positively after we were awarded the three points against Vihiga,” said Ariko, adding that the team has been bolstered by the arrival of new players and their target is to finish atop Zone B standings.
“This season I have some new players and the squad is very okey. We are hoping for the best,” he said.
In the last season, the team failed to sparkle due to financial constraints and Ariko has appealed for well-wishers to stand with the team.
Football Kenya Federation vice president Doris Petra said their focus this season is to develop women’s football.
“When we took over little was being done for women football but we want to make it vibrant like the men’s leagues,” Petra said.
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