RWC2015: Champions New Zealand Retain Trophy

New Zealand became the first team to retain the World Cup after they held off a fierce Australian comeback to win a thrilling final 34-17 at Twickenham. Wonderful tries by Nehe Milner-Skudder and Ma'a Nonu gave the All Blacks a 21-3 lead before David Pocock and Tevita Kuridrani replied

Dennis Wise: We Won’t Let it Slip

Nairobi City Stars have carved themselves out as the proverbial cat with nine lives in the Kenyan Premier League. Having escaped relegation last season due to a standoff between Kenyan Premier League Ltd and Football Kenya Federation (FKF), the Kawangware-based side are on the brink of securing their life in

Shedu: We’ll Need Spiritual Intervention

After blowing two chances to stay up in the Kenyan Premier League, KCB will have no one but themselves to blame should they go down  when the curtains fall on the 2015 season this Sunday. Should they be relegated – and there’s a huge chance they will be –

AHC2015: Kenya’s Olympic Hopes Dashed

Who is crowned continental champion will come down to the final game of the tournament as both Ghana and South Africa maintained unbeaten records at the women's Greenfields African Hockey Championship being held in Randburg, Johannesburg in South Africa. The two teams face each other in the final game

Bayern Lose 100% Win Record

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich saw their 100% winning record come to an end after they were held to a barren draw away to Eintracht Frankfurt on Friday night. The Bavarians had won their opening 10 games of the season as they traveled to the Commerzbank Arena against Armin Veh's

Cameroon Sack Head Coach Finke

  Cameroon coach Volke Finke has been dismissed from the job. The decision was taken by the Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) executive committee on Friday. German Finke, 67, had been in charge since May 2013 but suffered poor campaigns at the 2014 World Cup and 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.

Nakuru All Stars Duo Target KPL Stay

After surviving the topflight slice last season thanks to the row between Kenya Premier League Ltd. and Football Kenya Federation (FKF) that meant no team gained promotion nor got relegated, Nakuru All Stars are this time round destined for second division football having failed to flip the six in

Kogalo to be Crowned with a 12Kg Italy-Imported Diadem

Kenyan Premier League champions Gor Mahia will be feted with a new trophy this weekend, a 90cm high, 60cm wide and 12kg diadem made of brass with silver coating and imported from Italy. The glittering big-eared trophy was unveiled today, Friday Nov. 30 by Kenyan Premier League sponsors Sportpesa