Harambee Starlets jets back after a successful outing in Uganda

Comments
Kenya forced a 0-0 draw in the return leg, at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo, Uganda after beating the host by a solitary

Harambee Starlets jetted back into the country on Monday ready to kick off their preparation for the next phase of Africa Women Cup of Nations Qualifiers against Equatorial Guinea.

Starlets had a successful outing in the first round where they forced a 1-0 aggregate win over Uganda.

Kenya forced a 0-0 draw in the return leg, at the StarTimes Stadium in Lugogo, Uganda, after beating the host by a solitary goal in the first leg in Machakos.

Kenya's lone goal was scored by right-back Lilian Adera.

Article continues below

The aggregate win consequently guarantees Starlets a date with Equatorial Guinea in the second and final qualifying round, set to be played between June 4, and June 12, 2018.

Kenya made a maiden appearance at the 2016 Africa Women Cup of Nations in Cameroon, bowing out in the first round at the hands of Ghana, Mali, and Nigeria.

 

Next article:
‘Ola Aina’s goal is to return to Chelsea’ - Agent
Next article:
Lacazette & Aubameyang are Wenger's biggest legacy at Arsenal - Keown
Next article:
Kane: I could have done better this season
Next article:
‘Scoring isn’t the final thing’ - Mahrez admits there's more Manchester City settling in to do
Next article:
'Mourinho has a great Man Utd team' - Lampard backs under-fire Red Devils boss
Close