WPL: Cash-trapped Olympic soar over Sisters; Spedag, Kayole thrashed

WPL: Cash-trapped Olympic soar over Sisters; Spedag, Kayole thrashed

15 May 2017, 19:45

Cash trapped Mombasa Olympic stretched their unbeaten run to three matches after they thrashed Soccer Sisters 2-1 in the Zone A FKF Women Premier League double header played at Camp Toyoyo on Sunday 14 May 2017.

Dorothy Akinyi netted the opener for the visitors and sensational Mwanahalima “Dogo’’Adams doubled the lead for a 2-0 lead at breather.  Soccer Sisters piled pressure in the dying minutes and earned a consolation goal from an own goal scored after  Olympic’s Winnie Achieng  cleared into her own net a header by Christine Njoki's.

Winning trail

Meanwhile Mombasa Olympic coach Joseph Oyoo applauded his players for the victory despite the fatigue. Oyoo congratulated well-wishers whose contribution made it possible for the team travel back to Mombasa after the victory match.

-My girls played well and I wish to applaud them for their efforts. However fatigue took toll on us as we have traveled the whole night since we are a self-supporting club and cannot afford to come earlier to acclimatize. The artificial turf at Camp Toyoyo also made the matters worse as we are never used to playing on the turf unlike our opponents, he stated.

With the win Olympic have a total of 9 points from three matches. They started their league title campaign with a 3-2 victory over rivals Spedag before recording another resounding 3-0 win over Mathare United.

READ: Soccer Queens thrash Spedag in thrilling encounter


Eldoret Falcons 1 Wadadia 1 

Thika Queens 3 Kayole Starlets 0

Soccer Queens 5, Spedag 3

Mombasa Olympic 2, Soccer Sisters 1

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