[The Star]Leopards office hopefuls want outgoing chairman to name elections date Outgoing AFC Leopards chairman Alex Ole Magelo has been urged to set dates for the clubs elections.
[The Star]REIGNING Champions Co-operative Bank of Kenya blanked Strathmore University 82-61 in a top premier league cash at Nyayo National Stadium gymnasium.
[The Star]PRESIDENT Uhuru has promised to help recover grabbed land meant for development of sports facilities. He called upon corporate organisations to help the government put up sports facilities.
[The Star]UNITED States International University beat Masinde Muliro University of Agriculture and Technology 81-54 as the Zuku Basketball League got off to a thunderous start at Nyayo National Stadium gymnasium.
[The Star]KOLANYA Boys and Girls Secondary schools captured handball titles during the Busia County Term 2A ball games that ended at Mundika Secondary School at the weekend.
[The Star]Mt.Kenya Chargers put one foot in the final of the Samsung Cricket Cup with a 12 runs win over hard fighting Rift Valley Challengers as the event entered day two at Simba Union grounds yesterday.
[The Star]Kenya Revenue Authority have suspended their top goalkeeper Farouk Sikalo indefinitely for gross indiscipline. Head coach Ken Kenyatta said the player was given his 'marching orders" for being rude and arrogant when demanding his release letter.
[The Star]Ndovu booked their berth in the semifinals of the Bamburi Super Series with a 34-10 demolition over Rwenzori in Kampala on Saturday.
[Magharebia]Tunis -Tunisia's CA Bizertin moved closer to the CAF Confederation Cup group stage by beating Egyptian guests Ismaily 3-0 on Sunday (May 19th) in the round of 16.
[New Vision]SERBIAN tactician Milutin "Micho" SredojeviÃÂ has been unveiled as the new Cranes coach on a 2yr deal this afternoon at FUFA House in Mengo.
[New Vision]THE newly elected Uganda Rugby Union (URU) chairman Andrew Owor has pledged to undertake major changes that will significantly improve the sport in the next couple of years.
[New Vision]HUNDREDS of fans thronged Lido Beach in Entebbe expecting a competitive finale to the national beach soccer league season.
[New Vision]THE motocross fraternity that turned up in Garuga on Sunday returned home satisfied with the level of competition the riders exhibited during the 3rd round of the Mountain Dew National Motocross championship over the weekend.
[The Point]Current league leaders Wallidan beat Tallinding United 3-2 in the Gambia Football Association second division league in the week-thirteen fixtures played at the Banjul Mini Stadium on Friday.
[Premium Times]Nigeria's Flying Eagles defeated non-league Feldmoching 3-0 in their second friendly near Munich in Germany on Monday.
[The Herald]MID-WEST Rhinos, in conjunction with Cricket Tours Africa, will be hosting the Rhinos Cricket Twenty20 Festival in Kwekwe on Friday and Saturday. This is an annual fund-raising event which the Midlands
[The Point]Gambia Ports Authority came from one nil down to beat Interior 2-1 in the 2012-2013 Gamtel-Gamcel-sponored GFA division one league in the week-sixteen fixtures played at the Brikama Mini Stadium on Sunday.
[The Herald]ARMY side Black Rhinos will be on the road again as they look for redemption in a Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match against Shabanie Mine at Maglas this afternoon. Rhinos, who became the first team to fire a coach following the dismissal of Nesbert Saruchera last week, are coming from a losing cause at home when they lost 1-0 to Chicken Inn.
[Daily Observer]A 10-day basketball level one coaching course organised by the Gambia Basketball Association (GBA) in collaboration with the Gambia National Olympic Committee (GNOC), Olympic Solidarity and the International Basketball Federation, wrapped-up at the Bamboo Hotel in Kololi at the weekend.
[Vanguard]The 2013 UEFA Champions League final will mean different things to different Nigerians as MasterCard, the official sponsor of UEFA Champions League, has elaborate plans to celebrate the final of Europe's most lucrative club football competition.