Black Mamba topple champs KDF on the log

Black Mamba men’s handball team ascended to the top of table standing, thanks to their two wins against Boomerang and Generation in the ongoing Kenya Handball Federation national league at the Nyayo Stadium, handball court over the weekend.
The side, coached by Martin Abunde, won against Boomerang 31-21 before extending the good performance with a 41-18 mauling against Generation yesterday to move to the summit unbeaten with 12 points from six matches.
The self-supporting outfit dislodged champions Kenya Defence Forces, who were not in action over the weekend and are now joint second with 10 points same Strathmore University.
Nicholas Ogoro (9), Paul Ondara(8) and Innocent Onyango (8) top-scored for Black Mamba in the match against Generation, while Michael Orimi (6), Yesse Komora (6) and Celestine Okoyana (3) scored for Generation. Abunde lauded the team’s effort, saying they can only get better going forward. “So far we haven’t lost a match and it gives us the confidence that we can go all the way and challenge for the title.”
Other results in the men’s category saw National Cereals and Produce Board overwhelmed National Youth Service 56-15, as Strathmore University trounced against St Paul’s University 21-18. Mt Kenya University -Thika won 41-36 against Kenyatta University. In thee women’s matches, KU laboured to win 27-26 over Sparklers.
KU had on Saturday humiliated NYS 50-14. Vienna Waki and Grace Atieno were joint top scorers with six goals each for the students as Sheryl Atieno (12) and Winfred Kimanya (5) top scored for the NYS.

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