FKF Women’s National Super League:Kisumu All Starlets Crowned Champions

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• Etot’s early lead

• KISPED Queens narrow qualification

• Vickers Queens crowned WDIV1 champions

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Kisumu All Starlets emerged victorious in a thrilling showdown against Mombasa Olympic to claim the title of FKF Women’s National Super League champions. The highly-anticipated match took place on Saturday, June 8, 2024, at Dandora Stadium, where fans witnessed an intense battle between the two top-tier women’s football teams.

Etot’s early lead

Despite an early lead secured by Monica Etot of Kisumu All Starlets, the team found themselves trailing after Bush Nell Sharon netted two goals for Mombasa Olympic in the 28th and 39th minutes. The first half ended with Mombasa Olympic in the lead, setting the stage for an exhilarating second half.

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The tables turned in the second period of play as Oraro Rosemary ignited a comeback for Kisumu All Starlets with a crucial goal in the 86th minute. The team’s resilience paid off when Monica Etot completed her brace with a decisive goal in the 94th minute, clinching the championship for Kisumu All Starlets.

KISPED Queens narrow qualification

In another pivotal match, KISPED Queens secured the last promotion slot to the FKF Women’s Premier League with a 1-0 victory against Kayole Starlet. Linda Ajwang found the back of the net in the 29th minute, sealing KISPED Queens’ promotion to the premier league.

Vickers Queens crowned WDIV1 champions

Additionally, in the FKF Women’s Division One final playoff, Vickers Queens displayed a dominant performance with a 4-1 win against Kakamega Starlets to be crowned WDIV1 champions. Diana Koseke opened the scoring for Vickers in the 20th minute, setting the tone for their impressive victory. Catherine Aringo extended their lead with a brace, while Ruth Chebungei added the third goal, securing Vickers Queens’ triumphant win.

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With the conclusion of the playoffs, KISPED Queens will join Kisumu All Starlets and Mombasa Olympic in the upcoming season of the FKF Women’s Premier League. Meanwhile, Vickers Queens, Kakamega Starlets, Makolanders, and Fortune Ladies are poised to compete in the FKF Women’s National Super League.

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The 2024/25 season promises to be an exciting one for women’s football in Kenya, with these talented teams gearing up to showcase their skills and determination on the national stage. Congratulations to Kisumu All Starlets on their well-deserved championship title, and best wishes to all teams as they embark on a new chapter in their football journey.

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