Starlets set for camp as Olympic qualifier squad is named
The Kenya women national football team, Harambee Starlets, is set to report to camp on Sunday, July 14, 2019, in Nairobi, ahead of the upcoming 2020 Olympics qualifier against Malawi.
Some 39 players have been called up, most of whom featured in the 2018 Africa Women Cup of Nations qualifiers against Uganda and Equatorial Guinea.
The team will hold a five-day residential camp, with training sessions scheduled to be held at Camp Toyoyo, before they break on July 19, to join their respective clubs for their weekend Women Premier League matches.
The first leg of the qualifier has been slated for August 28, 2019, with the second leg set to be played on September 1, 2019. Kenya got a bye in the first round, and will have either of Gabon or Ghana in their way in the third round should they pass the Malawi test.
The qualifying tournament, which is in its fifth edition, will determine which team gains qualification to the 2020 Summer Olympics in Japan.
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Topista Nafula (Vihiga Queens), Tumaini Waliaula (Trans Nzoia Falcons), Mercy Airo (Kisumu All Starlets), Phoebe Owiti (Vihiga Queens), Terry Engesha (Vihiga Queens), Susan Muhonja (Trans Nzoia Falcons), Cynthia Achieng (Kisumu All Starlets), Winnie Kanyotu (Gaspo Youth), Elizabeth Katungwa (Kwale Girls)