Telkom and Kenya Police were crowned the champions of Kenya Hockey Union (KHU)women and women titles respectively over the weekend as Nashon Randiek retained his seat as the federations in a busy weekend of hockey activities.
Telkom Kenya won a record 20 titles on the KHU champions, defending the title they won last year. On Sunday afternoon, the telecommunication company thrashed Multimedia University 6-0 at City Park Stadium.
They collected 54 points from 18 matches with a total of 109 goals after conceding three , 14 less of second placed Strathmore University, scorpions.
Focus now shifts to defend their Africa Cup for Club Championships title in Accra Ghana beginning this weekend.
It was song and dance as Kenya Police redeemed themselves to recapture the 2013 men’s title at City Park stadium.
The uniformed officers beat Kenyatta University (KU), the Vultures by 6-1 to win their second KHU title with the first one being in 2013.
They won the title with 73 points with two games left. Before the match, The Police only needed a single win to take home the title.
It was also a good weekend for KHU chairman Nashon Randiek who retained his chairmanships post.
The elections were done on Saturday after The High Court threw out the case to have elections on Friday by Kenya Hockey Federation (KHF).
He will be deputized by Mike Malungu and Elyna Shiveka as first and second vice chairmen respectively.
Randiek floored his only opponent Inderjit Matharu in polls at the Parklands Sports Club.
Randiek got 12 votes against Matharu’s five votes to retain his seat for another four years.
Malungu and Shiveka were voted as first and second vice president respectively.