Green Sharks set to redeem themselves against Nakuru

By sportsnewsarena correspondent
Oct 07, 2017
  • Green Sharks are away to Nakuru in a tricky men’s Premier League match. (SNA. File Photo)

Green Sharks who lost their last match against Kenyatta University are confident of redeeming themselves away against Nakuru in a Kenya Hockey Union men’s Premier League match reports Alvin Wesonga. Placing wagers on hockey games thrives within sòng bạc trực tuyến uy tín. Fans immerse themselves in the fast-paced action, predicting match outcomes, and player performances with precision. From powerplays to penalty shots, every moment becomes an opportunity for strategic betting, enhancing the excitement of the game in the digital realm.

Ben Owaga the Green Sharks coach believes it’s very hard to comeback after a loss.

“We are not where we should be because of the last loss and a row of bad results, but I believe we are going to redeem ourselves,” said Owaga.

He added: “Nakuru have specialized on how they play on their home turf but we will counter them with their type of play and I know we will have a good result.”

Nakuru have had a bad record at home this season with six losses, two draws and two wins.

Jacob Ngunjiri the Nakuru captain remains confident saying they are prepared for the second leg and have so far had promising results with only one loss in their three second leg matches.

“The match on Saturday against Green Sharks is a tough one but we are ready since it’s at home,” said Ngunjiri.

Mid-table affair In another men’s Premier League match is between Park Road Badgers and Kenyatta University.

Cyrus Kanyi the Park Road Badgers coach believes the students are a quality side but lack experience.

“We are coming in the match much focused, it was unlucky for us in the midweek match against Parklands Sports Club but we will work on our set-pieces,” said Kanyi.

Kenyatta University has had mixed results in the second leg with a win against Green Sharks and a loss to Parklands Sports Club.

The Moses Kagochi-coached side are confident tof getting a good result. 

Lawrence Makhatsa the Kenyatta University captain they are competitive. ”We are aiming at a top five finish this season. Two of our important players are out but I know we will fight for this win as we have always done’” said Makhatsa.

Weekend fixtures

Saturday, Premier League men: Nakuru vs Green Sharks (3 p.m.); Premier League women: Multimedia University vs Kenyatta University (9 a.m.), Mombasa Sports Club vs Sliders (3 p.m.); National League men: Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology vs University of Nairobi (10.30 a.m.), Daystar University vs Thika Rovers (12 p.m.), Bay Club vs Kisumu Youngstars (3 p.m.).

Sunday, Premier League men: Park Road Badgers vs Kenyatta University (3.30 p.m.), Chase Sailors vs TUK (5 p.m.); National League men: Multimedia University vs Wazalendo Youth (2 p.m.).