Daily Archives: April 21, 2013
Kenya won their third consecutive match when they beat South Africa Emerging side by five wickets in the Twenty20 quadrangular tournament at the Wanderers Club in Windhoek, Namibia, on Sunday
When I penned this column last week and heaped praise on Gor Mahia and referred to our noisy neighbours AFC Leopards in not-so-glowing terms, one Mabolo Kituyi took great offense and fired off an email to me in response
From a pessimist’s point of view, things do not seem to be going for Ingwe
Gor Mahia rescued a point on Sunday as they came from behind to hold Sony Sugar 1-1 at the City Stadium
Celtic midfielder Victor Wanyama paid glowing tribute to the club’s fans after his team retained the Scottish Premier League title on Sunday following a 4-1 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle
The national team is taking wickets and winning matches in Namibia and should be applauded
Kenya Police won their third pre-season tournament when they edged out Green Sharks 1-0 to retain the Vaisakhi hockey tournament title on Sunday at Nairobi’s City Park Stadium
Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya won Sunday’s Hamburg Marathon as the 15,000 runners in the northern German city paid tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bomb blasts
Ethiopia’s Tsegaye Kebede and Priscah Jeptoo of Kenya triumphed at a sombre London Marathon on Sunday, as runners paid tribute to the victims of the deadly bomb attacks at the Boston Marathon
English Premier League results on Sunday. Tottenham 3 (Dempsey 75, Defoe 79, Bale 82) Manchester City 1 (Nasri 5)
Ethiopia’s Kebede wins men’s London Marathon after opening a wide lead against Kenya’s Emmanuel Mutahi who took the second position.
Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya won Sunday’s Hamburg Marathon as the 15,000 runners in the northern German city paid tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bomb blasts.
Ethiopia’s Tsegaye Kebede snatched a last stage victory in the men’s London marathon race to deny Kenya a double win in the track.
The London Marathon got under way on Sunday after marking a 30-second period of silence to remember the victims of the Boston Marathon attacks.