UCU Canons Sink Kyambogo Warriors

medical geneva; font-size: small;”>”Two police officers have been killed. They were on patrol when gunmen shot at them and fled, ” a senior police officer who visited the scene said.

“Their guns were taken … we suspect Shabaab militia,” he added, referring to Somalia’s Al Qaeda-linked fighters.

Area police chief Philip Tuimur confirmed the incident but did not elaborate.

Last weekend, an ambush on Kenyan police left 42 officers dead as they hunted cattle thieves in Baragoi, a remote district in Kenya’s arid north. It was the deadly ever attack on the police.

Kenya has suffered a wave of grenade and gun attacks, often blamed on Shabaab sympathisers and sometimes aimed at police targets, since its army went into Somalia last year to flush out the Islamist fighters.

more about geneva; font-size: small;”>UCU Canons deserved to win this game as they did since they were the best side of the evening.

more about geneva; font-size: small;”>Sudi Ulanga was Outstanding in this game since he was on top of his form.

UCU canons need to win game four in order to qualify for the final Series.

If the Canons win, they will be in the National league final for the first time ever.

Game four will be played tomorrow Sunday 18th November 2012 at 18:00 hours.


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