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Tunza Sports’ Pad Me Up Campaign to Help Keep Girls in School

Accessibility of sanitary products for teenage girls in Kenya has been a problem for some time now. Despite government scrapping taxes on sanitary products in a move to make them more affordable, research shows that most women still find these products too expensive. The government also amended the education act which seeks to provide sanitary products to girls registered at the schools, however this has not solved the problem at…

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5 Most Common Injuries in Field Hockey

Field hockey is one of the most popular non-contact sports. Like every other sport, the players are exposed to injuries that can be classified as extrinsic and intrinsic injuries. Extrinsic injuries are injuries resulting from being hit by a hockey stick or ball while intrinsic injuries are as a result of internal force or injuries caused by overuse. Extrinsic injuries are less common for professional field hockey players considering most…

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How to regain match fitness after the COVID-19 lockdown

The COVID-19 lockdown had a lot of effects on everyone and sportsmen were not left behind. Most training schedules were affected by the fewer hours available for training and the social distancing measures that had many training facilities closed during this period. Sports that require advanced training facilities, numbers and equipment such as field hockey were adversely affected which in turn affected the player’s fitness levels. With the lockdown easing…

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Kenyan Hockey has huge business opportunities that are yet to be exploited

If sport is your passion and you can get a job or build a business within it then you are halfway down the road to self-fulfillment. There was a time before the 1970s and 1980s when sports would be played for sport’s sake and not for the money. However, the numbers around sporting activities have grown quite much, considering ease of information access, creating an ideal environment to run a…

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Managing Sports as a Business

Contrary to the common assumption by many, sports can be more than just passion,  a pass time or leisure activity, sports can be run as an entity, a business; a revenue generating stream and hence provide employment. However, we need to provide a value-driven approach to the targeted organizations, in this case sponsors, rather than approaching them with a string of challenges. As put by Name of CEO here Nairobi…

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Former M.I Goalkeeper Chris Tsyamba appeals for financial help to settle medical bill

The family of former Mombasa Institute goalkeeper Chris Tsyamba is appealing for financial help to raise the funds required to travel to India for medical treatment. Chris Maruti Tsyamba is suffering from a spinal injury that requires immediate and urgent surgery, which could save him from permanent paralysis. In 2013 he developed a spine Injury and went for surgery to India in 2014. All was well until on 11th November…

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Kenya’s Squad Named for Test Series Against Uganda in Nairobi

Both the Kenyan Men and Women’s National Teams will have no shortage of experience and youth when they take on neighbours Uganda in a series of friendlies scheduled to kick of tomorrow at the Sikh Union Club in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi Both teams head to camp today with a 20-player squad, including the likes Of James Muthii, Kennedy Munialo and Constant Wakhura in the men’s squad while Elenor Chebet, Caroline Guchu…

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Mombasa Sports Club Gear Up for Their Return to The KHU Premier League

As Premier League resumption knocks, clubs are attempting to build up players’ fitness as well as get used to playing competitively. This is after an over 12-month break due to the Coronavirus Pandemic. The league is set to resume on the weekend of 3rd/4th April. Among the promoted teams in the Men’s Premier League is Mombasa Sports Club. The team was promoted during the 2019 season in a thrilling run…

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BREAKING: Kenya and Uganda agree to play friendlies

Kenya and Uganda have agreed to play official test matches. The matches will be played in Nairobi, Kenya from the 18th to 21st March, 2021 at Sikh Union Club. THU, 18/03/202114:30 – UG VS KEN (W)16:30 – KEN VS UG (M) SAT, 20/03/202114:30 – KEN VS UG (W)16:30 – UG VS KEN (M) SUN, 21/03/202114:30 – UG VS KEN (W)16:30 – KEN VS UG (M) The teams will be required…

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Kenya Hockey Union to carry out Online Coaching and Umpiring courses

KHU will this week start a program to develop the national hockey sport system funded by Olympic Solidarity through the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOC-K).

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