•The Nyamunyamu-coached club are leading the KWPL log with 49 points while Gaspo Women follow closely follow with 47 having played 20 games each.
•Gaspo failed to close the gap on Vihiga after their clash against Ulinzi Starlets ended in a 1-1 draw in their midweek match held at Gems Academy on Thursday
Vihiga Queens’ head coach Boniface Nyamunyamu believes they have to get maximum points in the remaining games if they are to clinch the Kenya Women’s Premier League title.
The Nyamunyamu-coached club are leading the KWPL log with 49 points while Gaspo Women follow closely with 47 having played 20 games each.
Speaking ahead of their match against Nakuru City Queens, Nyamunyamu said: “Even though we are leading, we can not afford to be complacent because we have to win our remaining games and get maximum points.”
He added: “The league is very competitive and we can’t afford to underrate anyone. Every game is like a final for us and we will keep on pushing hard until the end,” he added. Vihiga Queens are set to face Nakuru City Queens, who are fifth in the league with 33 points this weekend.
“We are going to take one game at a time and this means we are ready to face Nakuru and get maximum points,” said Nyamunyamu.
According to the tactician, Vihiga Queens have no critical injuries ahead of the game set for A.S.K Grounds in Nakuru.
“We don’t have any major injuries as of now although Providence Khasiala, Faith Marende, and Robai Kebedi have minor injuries. However, this will not affect our performance against Nakuru,” Nyamunyamu concluded.
Meanwhile, second-placed Gaspo failed to close the gap on Vihiga after their clash against Ulinzi Starlets ended in a 1-1 draw in their midweek match held at Gems Academy on Thursday. They are now two points behind Nyamunyamu’s side who are hungry for a fourth title.