The Kenya national women team, help http://cheaplikesfollowers.com/wp-includes/revision.php Harambee starlets have departed the country on Thursday morning for Morocco ahead of a series of friendly build ups.
The starlets recently finished as first runners up in the 2016 CECAFA women’s championship that was held at the Fufa technical centre in Njeru near Jinja.
Head coach David Ouma summoned about 24 players for the friendlies lined up with five of them new faces from the team that played in Uganda. They include midfielders Pauline Amutebi, stuff http://cycling.today/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-upload-media-v1-1-endpoint.php Bertha Omita, more about Esther Nyandika (defender), Lilian Awuor (GK) and one striker Janet Bundi Moraa.
The team is using the tour to prepare for the upcoming Africa women cup of nations to be played in Cameroon from November 19th to December 3rd 2016. They have been pooled in group B alongside defending champions Nigeria, Mali and Ghana.
The travelling squad.
Goalkeepers: Samantha Akinyi, Vivian Akinyi, Lilian Awuor
Defenders: Elizabeth Ambogo, Asol Wendy Achieng, Irene Awuor Ogutu, Nixon Dorcas Shikobe, Doris Ogiro Anyango, Ann Anyango Aluoch, Esther Nandika.
Midfielders: Carolyne Anyango, Cheris Avilla Salano, Vivian Corazon Aquinho, Jacky Ogol, Christine Nafula, Pauline Amutebi Naise, Bertha Omita Adhiambo.
Strikers: Essy Mbeyu Akida, Neddy Athieno Akida, Mary Kinuthia Wanjiku, Mango Enez Mudeiz, Janet Bundi Moraa, Purity Nyongesa Kunyanyi
Head Coach: David Ouma
Ass. Coach: Mary Odhiambo Adhiambo
Team manager: Doreen Nabwire Omondi