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Ethiopia Outshines Kenya Again In Front Of Record Crowds

NAIROBI, Kenya- Ethiopia stole the show on the penultimate day of the Nairobi IAAF World Under 18 Championships on Saturday as hosts Kenya scooped four medals at an almost capacity-packed Moi International Sports Centre, Kasarani.

The official spectator figures were 50,300 in the evening and 37,600 in the morning sessions, the largest crowds seen at the venue for a sporting event for decades that created a deafening atmosphere for the competitors. READ MORE…

Matano Off To A Flier As Leopards Sink Bandari, Ulinzi Take SPL Charge

MOMBASA, Kenya – Robert Matano marked his return to the AFC Leopards SC dugout with a bang by leading the limping SportPesa Premier League giants to sink Bandari 1-0 at Mbaraki Stadium in Mombasa. READ MORE…

Nakuru AllStars Fire Coach George Maina, Hire Akwana

National Super League side Nakuru Allstars has parted ways with Coach George Maina and replaced him with former AFC Leopards’ boss Ezekiel Akwana.

Although the club announced the coach departed on mutual terms, SportPesa News understands there was conflict between the club’s administrators and the coach linked to unimpressive performances. READ MORE…

Everton Coach Koeman Impressed By Gor Mahia Grit

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania – Everton FC manager Ronald Koeman admitted surprise at the quality of competition given to his side by record 15-time SportPesa Premier League (SPL) champions Gor Mahia in their friendly on Thursday. READ MORE…

Manangoi Pep Talk Inspired Younger Brother To Gold

NAIROBI, Kenya – A pre-race pep talk from World 1500m silver medallist, Elijah Manangoi was all younger brother George needed to blast to Kenya’s first gold at Nairobi 2017 IAAF World Under 18 (WU18) Championships on Friday. READ MORE…

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