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Strathmore Gladiators storm into the 2011 Africa hockey cup finals

frank wanangwe of strathmore gladiators hockey

December 15th 2011… Davis wanangwe scored a brace against Niger Flickers in an electrifying semi-final match to send the strathmore Gladiators to the finals of the continental club hockey championship in Lusaka, Zambia.

The Gladiators won the match 4 – 1 to book a slot in the finals against 10 time champions and defending champions Sharkia from Egypt.

Strathmore’s Seth Oburu and Emmanuel Simiyu scored the other two goals for the university side.

African Olympic Qualifiers – Revised Shedule

Kenya's Lilian Aura(Red) in action against South African opponent at the AOQ 2011 in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe


AFRICAN OLYMPIC QUALIFIER -2011

The matches are being played on a round robin basis and the times indicated are Kenyan time (Note that Kenyan time is one hour ahead of Zimbabwe time).

MATCH SCHEDULE

MEN                                                                                                    WOMEN

SOUTH AFRICA (RSA)                                                                 SOUTH AFRICA (RSA)

EGYPT (EGY)                                                                                   GHANA (GHA)

GHANA (GHA)                                                                                 KENYA (KEN)

KENYA (KEN)                                                                                   ZIMBABWE (ZIM)

ZIMBABWE (ZIM)

MOROCCO (MOR)

MATCH NO.TIME TEAMSRESULTS
114:00 S. Africa v Morocco (M)
18-0
2 16:00Ghana v Kenya (M)2-2
3 18:00 Egypt v Zimbabwe (M)5-0
18:30 Opening ceremony
Saturday 3rd September

417:00S. Africa v Kenya (W)9-0
519:00Ghana v Zimbabwe (W)0-0
Sunday 4th September
6 15:00 Morocco v Ghana (M)0-6
7
17:00 Egypt v Kenya (M)3-3
Monday 5th September






9 11:00 Ghana v S. Africa (W)0-3
10
13:00 Kenya v Zimbabwe (W)
2-0
11
15:00
Morocco v Egypt (M)1-16
12
17:00 Ghana v S. Africa (M)0-4
13 19:00 Kenya v Zimbabwe (M)
4-0
Tuesday 6th September
REST DAYREST DAY
Wednesday 7th September


14 15:00 Kenya v Morocco (M)
12-1
15
17:00
Zimbabwe v Ghana (M)0-5
16 19:00 Egypt v S. Africa (M)2-2
Thursday 8th September


17
15:00 Kenya v Ghana (W)
1-1
18 17:00 S. Africa v Zimbabwe (W)10-0
Friday 9th September




19 15:00 S. Africa v Kenya (M)
8-2
20 17:00 Ghana v Egypt (M)
21 19:00 Zimbabwe v Morocco (M)
Saturday 10th September




22 17:00
5th/6th Place Match (M)
(5th in Pool v 6th in Pool)
23 19:30
3rd / 4th Place Match (W)
(3rd in Pool v 4th in Pool)
Sunday 11th September






24 13:30 3rd / 4th Place match (M)

(3rd in Pool v 4th in Pool)
25 16:00
FINAL (W)

(1st in Pool v 2n in Pool)
26 18:30 FINAL (M)

(1st in Pool v 2nd in Pool)
19:30 Closing CeremonyClosing Ceremony

AHF pledges support for Namibian hockey

khumalo hcokey staduim zimbabwe_2

It would be unthinkable if Namibia does not participate at the 2011 African Cup Olympic Games qualifiers in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. This was the sentiment of the President of the African Hockey Federation Seif Ahmed and its treasurer Claire Digby as they visited Namibia over the past weekend.

The President and Treasurer expressed their support of the Namibia Hockey Union (NHU) promising that they would lobby the Namibian government to provide financial support to enable the national hockey team participate in the Olympic qualifiers, to begin in less than 3 weeks.

10 Aug, 2011.. Five Kenya Police players are amongst eight axed from the mens national hockey team preparing for the 2012 Olympic games Africa Qualifiers due September 3rd in Zimbabwe.

Midfielders Godfrey Wakachunga, Felix Okoth and striker Moses Cheplait, Brian Saina (defender) and Duke Ombagi (goalkeeper) were dropped when the team was trimmed down to 21 players.

Police now remain with 3 players in the team. They are Francis Kayieko (goalkeeper), mid-fielders Willis Okeyo and Paul Birir.

Also dropped from the team are Tony Nyikuri of Greensharks, Francis Eshikuri of Strathmore and Gordon Owuor of KCA-U.

Strathmore make the bulk of the team with 11 players.

June 20, 2011… Goals from Shelley Russell, Tarryn Bright, Pietee Coetzee, Kim Hubach and Dirkie Chamberlain gave south Africa an emphatic victory against Japan in the second Pool A match of the day (Sunday 19th June) in Dublin in the on going FIH Champions Challenge I.